Paul Rudd is not just a hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he seems to be quite the hero in real life as well.
Recently, he came to the rescue of a bullied 12-year-old boy from Colorado.
His on-screen persona, Ant-Man, tends to find solutions in the microworld of Quantum Physics.
Rudd shows that in real life too, it's the little things that matter.
12-year-old Brody Ridder got only four signatures on his yearbook, with two of them being teachers.
His mother Cassandra shared the story, so a few older kids in his school stepped up to support him, and he got more than 100 signatures in the end.
The story reached Paul Rudd and he reached out to Cassandra and Brody.
First he Facetimed the soon-to-be teen and connected with him, motivating him with kind and encouraging words.
Later he also sent over a note with an autographed Ant-Man helmet. Needless to say, Brody, his mother, and Rudd’s fans are blown away by his kindness.