Imagine it was your first day at the coolest school on earth. Lord knows you would likely spend the day oohing and ahhing at everything you saw.
That times 10 is what actor Paul Rudd felt when he finally got to join the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe cast on the set of Captain America: Civil War. He went into detail on some of those moments while on The Graham Norton Show.
Norton asked: "I heard that when you got to set, you were a bit like that. You were kind of fangirling around a bit." to which Rudd responded: "After we shot Ant-Man. but I was alone on that. It was like working in a bubble pretty much, and then all of the sudden I'm standing around and seeing Robert Downey Jr. in the Iron Man suit and seeing Chris Evans and they're all there. I've seen the movies, and uh, I felt like I was 10 years old. It was crazy. It was pretty cool."
In addition to picking up Cap's shield when Evans was on a bathroom break, he also felt up Bucky actor Sebastian Stan's robotic arm during filming.
When Graham asked if he really did the arm thing, Rudd laughed and responded: "I saw Sebastian Stan getting his arm, the silver arm on, and uh it was weird, it was like I was watching somebody bathing, like I'm not supposed to see this, but I did, I went over and kind of felt the arm."
This is why we can't have nice things Paul! Though if I were in his shoes, I'd have probably done the same thing.0comments