Paul Rudd, we adore you, but farting your way through an interview? That’s just so “rudd” (pun totally intended) of you!
Fart jokes are not funny, but the actor made it exceptionally hilarious when speaking with Clevver Movies about his superhero role in Marvel‘s upcoming “Ant-Man” movie. He just couldn’t stop himself from “tooting” throughout the entire interview, and surprisingly everyone is quite okay with that.
Of course, before you judge his unpleasant behaviour, those fart noises he made are all part of his impromptu jokes.
He was tasked to sit on a leather chair while doing a media interview with a Clevver Movies reporter. However, no matter how he sat, the squeaky chair kept making funny noises that made it seem like he was farting. The reporter tried to keep a straight face during the interview, but once Rudd realised that he could move around and make fart noises, the whole interview instantly turned into a giggle fest.
We don’t blame the reporter, because we don’t think we can contain our laughter for more than a minute either.
Watch the hilarious video below:
As if that wasn’t enough to make us fall in love with him, Rudd was recently honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The “Ant-Man” actor, who made an appearance with his family at Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, received star No. 2,554 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During the ceremony, he jokingly said:
I remember being a kid and walking this boulevard and reading the names and thinking about what so many other millions of people thought about, which is, “Who’s that?”ADVERTISEMENT
“The fact that millions of people are going to be able to now see me and ask that same question…is humbling beyond belief,” he added.
Rudd made his acting debut in 1992 through his role as Kirby Quimby Philby in a television drama titled “Sisters”. After starring in”Wild Oats” for 6 episodes in 1994, he became the object of affection via his breakthrough role in 1995’s “Clueless” with Alicia Silverstone. He then started appearing in a number of comedy films and began working with director Judd Apatow in a string of her movies.
From “Knocked Up” to “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” to “Role Models”, the actor has undoubtedly built an impressive resume with his memorable performances.
Even his former “Wet Hot American Summer” co-star, Elizabeth Banks, agreed that he is a very “serious” actor:
— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) July 1, 2015
Meanwhile, Marvel has released yet another “Ant-Man” clip, this time showing Rudd’s Scott Lang trying to get used to his new superhero suit.
“In the right hands, the relationship between man and suit is symbiotic,” Hank Pym said (played by Michael Douglas) in the clip, while trying to explain to Scott how to use the suit. “The suit has power, the man harnesses that power. You need to be skillful, agile, and above all fast”.
Check out the short clip below:
Slated for cinematic release on 16th July 2015, “Ant-Man” also stars Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne, Corey Stoll as Darren Cross/Yellowjacket, Bobby Cannavale as Paxton, Michael Pena as Luis, Tip “T.I.” Harris as Dave, and David Dastmalchian as Kurt.