Although Paul Rudd is know widely known for his role as the Ant-Man in MCU, one of his most known roles took place over two decades ago in the comedy film called Clueless. But since the film premiered in 1995, it doesn’t look like Paul Rudd has aged a single day.
Paul Rudd also acknowledged his immortality this weekend while appearing at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo. He appeared alongside Alicia Silverstone, Brecken Meyer, Donald Faison. During the expo, Paul Rudd was asked how does he look so young.
Paul Rudd On His ‘Immortality’
“I’m 80 years old on the inside,” Rudd said before pointing to his chest, “In here, pure darkness — and a little moisturizer.”
Paul Rudd is older than most of his co-stars when he did the film and compared himself to Oscar-winning Matthew McConaughey.
“You know how in Dazed and Confused Matthew McConaughey looks older than the rest?”
People have often joked about Rudd’s youthfulness, including his Avengers: Endgame co-star Mark Ruffalo. We hope that he’s as young from the inside as he looks, as Ant-Man will be needing a lot of tricks to win against The Mad Titan.
Paul Rudd talked about Avengers: Endgame last year
While speaking with Comicbook.com last year, Rudd talked about Avengers: Endgame and his experience on the set.
“Well, you know, again, it’s a bit of a surreal feeling,” Rudd said, referring to his time with the casts of Avengers: Endgame as well as Captain America: Civil War. “Also, we’re filming everything kind of on the same place. Just even in passing, it’s like, ‘Oh, hey Benedict.’ Yeah, it’s cool. It feels a little bit like you’re a part of something, and part of a group, and it’s nice. Everybody’s very cool, very nice, but it’s just still so surreal to me.”
Many fans want to learn more about the film, but Rudd was in kept dark about things in Avengers: Endgame.
“I knew some things,” Rudd said. “I know some things. Also, understanding, being one of the writers, I have to know certain things anyway. But there are also things that I don’t know, that people are like, ‘Oh, Marvel’s very good at kind of keeping secrets from the public.’ Well, you know what? They’re also pretty good at keeping secrets from their employees!”
Avengers: Endgame will hit the theaters on April 26.