Jimmy Fallon rushed through a monologue and a one-minute interview with Paul Rudd in a compressed version of “The Tonight Show.”
The first trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp makes it clear that the Wasp isn't just a variation on Ant-Man. She's a partner who's a little smarter about this superhero stuff.
The stars of this summer's Marvel team-up are pictured together in costume for the first time.
Disney posts a 14-second video focusing on two shrunken production chairs to herald start for 2018 superhero sequel starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly
Details about Goggins’ character and Marvel sequel's plot being kept under wraps; the studio will be discussing the film this week at San Diego Comic-Con
Last week, Netflix released the first glimpse of the long-awaited sequel series to the cult classic, showing us how some of our favorite characters have “blossomed” since that fateful and absurd last day at Camp Firewood. All Eight episodes of Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later will be available Friday, August 4 on Netflix.
This weekend, the NFL divisional round games are being played, with eight teams vying for a coveted spot in the AFC and NFC conference championships: the Seattle Seahawks vs. Atlanta Falcons, the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs, the Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots, and the Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys.
In honor of Halloween, we’re celebrating the best costumes characters have donned in cinema. Starting with Amanda Seyfried in “Mean Girls,” here are five faves.
Four years removed from her breakout acting role in the Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place, Selena Gomez continues to add to her film résumé. Earlier this summer we saw the Spring Breakers alum play a snooty sorority girl in Neighbors 2, and now she can be seen opposite Paul Rudd and Craig Roberts in the road trip drama The Fundamentals of Caring.
On Monday’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie, Paul Rudd, and Sebastian Stan talk about the time they spent together filming their latest movie.
Paul Rudd in ‘Ant-Man’ (Marvel/Disney) In late October, word came that Marvel and Ant-Man director Peyton Reed were in talks on a contract to make a sequel. In mid-2014, Reed took over for fan-beloved director Edgar Wright, who had been developing the project for nearly a decade, only to split up with Marvel in a highly publicized divorce. Thanks to his own history with Marvel (Reed grew up a comic book obsessive, and had some near-misses with the studio before) and a crucial rewrite by star Paul Rudd and collaborator Adam McKay, Reed was able to make the project his own. Since we know [the characters’] origins, we can go in some weird, unique and different territory.” Reed’s Ant-Man was more of a heist film that superhero epic, with Rudd’s Scott Lang using his master lock-picking skills — and the super-powered suit given to him by Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) — to interrupt the terrorist plans of former Pym protégé Darren Cross (Corey Stoll).
Paul Rudd’s Potty Pranks Jason Segel was a guest on Wednesday’s Conan and he shared some funny prank stories about his friend Paul Rudd. Apparently Rudd likes to make his friends feel awkward in public restrooms by pulling his pants down to his feet at urinals. Segel also said hisI Love You Man co-star enjoys commenting on the endowment of friends while they use urinals. I wonder if there are anyAnt-Man jokes?
To get you all packed up and ready for another trip to Camp Firewood, Yahoo TV chatted with creators Michael Showalter and David Wain and came away with seven things to know about your next summer TV binge-watch.
“I distinctly remember Paul’s face in my crotch — that’s what I remember the most” Evangeline Lilly told us when the Ant-Man cast dropped by Yahoo studios last week.
Like the Guardians, Ant-Man is considered a lesser character in the Marvel Comics canon. Marvel acted quickly and replaced Wright with hit comedy director Peyton Reed, who brought an undeniably sunshiney approach. Abby Ryder Forston, the young actress who plays Ant-Man’s daughter held a count-the-Goldfish-cracker contest, and stars Paul Rudd (as the titular shrinking superhero) and Corey Stoll (as the villain Yellowjacket) sang the ubiquitous Frozen song “Let It Go” in between takes.
Paul Rudd stopped by The Late Show With David Letterman on Tuesday to talk about his new flick, Ant-Man, and his family’s reaction when he told them he’d be suiting up to play the pint sized scientist-turned-superhero.