Paul Rudd shows why he's a real-life superhero by helping a Colorado bullying victim

Not only has Paul Rudd repeatedly helped save the Marvel Cinematic Universe onscreen, but he's also a superhero in real life as well. According to NPR, the star of the Ant-Man franchise recently reached out to Brody Ridder, a 12-year-old boy in Colorado who had experienced months of bullying at his school. His mother, Cassandra Ridder, reached her breaking point when Brody brought home his yearbook that only two teachers and two students signed. "Hope you make some more friends," Brody wrote in a heartbreaking note to himself.

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