PAUL RUDD – This election year, Hollywood must have some inside gamble to see how far they will get Americans to vote. Less than a week after the vote count for local issues, officials and the United States President are now beginning to vote in person across the country. Paul Rudd took to the streets to reward them with cookies… naturally.
The Ant-Man actor is a healthy king who never ceases to give us reasons to love him more. Paul Rudd was seen on the streets of Brooklyn outside the Barclays Center with cookies to distribute to voters lined up.
Did I mention it happened in the middle of the rain? Between the storm in New York and the busy streets of the city, Paul Rudd showed up to voters Thursday only to “say thank you for coming out, voting and doing your part.” The actor also stopped and took some pictures with fans.
After sharing the heartfelt viral video on Twitter, Brian Rosenworcel said the cookie he received from the Avengers actor was cream of blueberries, which looks delicious. Rudd was joined by All Good Things director Andrew Jarecki, who expressed support for the voters who left polls in raincoats and umbrellas in hand. During his cookie handout, Rudd told Now that he believes voting should be comfortable and accessible for Americans. Of course, the Internet loved applauded his good deed.
Celebrities have done everything in recent months to promote voting in the 2020 elections. This week Jack Black played his version of “Time Warp” from Rocky Horror Picture Show with his team, Tenacious D and Susan Surandon. Fellow actors, including Mark Ruffalo, Sarah Silverman, Chris Rock, and Josh Gad, went naked to bring attention to the importance of voting by November 3 as well.
Last September, Paul Rudd shot a funny video for New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to express a message about wearing masks and following the pandemic’s health protocols. He joked that he was a “certified youngster” because he is not aging. He used youth buzzwords like “fam”, “Billie Eilish,” and “TikTok” to convey the public health message.
Paul Rudd is doing his best to get involved with his NYC community right now, and it’s not only cute, relevant, but inspiring to watch. The “Ant-Man” actor had every excuse in the world not to go on a busy street, but he was there. The actor will star next in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, which is set to hit theaters next summer. Stay with us here for more updates on how Ant-Man will adapt to the MCU in the future. In the meantime, check out CinemaBlend’s list of upcoming MCUs.
While people stood in the rain waiting to cast their votes, Rudd waited with them and handed out cookies as they left the polls. Brian Rosenworcel, drummer of the group Guster. He was standing in line to vote at Barclay’s Center when Rudd started handing out the goodies.
“I was standing in line, and I thought Paul was just there to vote, but then he starts handing out cookies to people in line,” Rosenworcel said. “And he waited to greet people as they exited to say thanks for voting in the rain.”
Rosenworcel photographed the moment on video and posted it to Twitter. The photo circulated all over social media.
“I want to say thank you for coming out and voting and doing your part,” you hear Rudd say, his baseball cap and a mask covering his face. And for the record, this isn’t the first time Rudd has used his popularity for something beneficial. The 51-year-old actor took part and joined in a public caravan announcement last month, urging New Yorkers to wear a mask.
In this election cycle, an unprecedented number of Americans have chosen to cast their ballots early, as more than a third of registered voters – more than 75 million people — have already voted, according to a poll of election officials in all 50 states and Washington. , DC.