Paul Rudd Continues To Be Charming By Handing Out Cookies to New York Voters
America's sweetheart Paul Rudd stopped by New York voting lines to thank people for doing their part.
Everyone thinks of something different when they think about Paul Rudd. Ant-Man in the MCU, Andy in Wet Hot American Summer, that memetastic Hot Ones interview. To me, he'll always be Celery Man. But lately, Rudd has been taking part in New York civics. September brought us the actor's Covid/Mask PSA (on Governor Cuomo's YouTube page, no less), and this week New Yorkers spotted him handing out cookies to queuing voters in New York City.
Rudd stopped by the Barclays center in Brooklyn, New York to snap a few masked-up selfies with voters as they waited in the rain to place their votes. While there, Rudd thanked voters for "coming out and doing your part and voting."
In this contentious presidential race, a bunch of normally-quiet celebrities have been coming out of the woodwork to show support for the first time ever. Michael Keaton proclaimed himself the best Batman last week and reiterated that in a political ad endorsing Joe Biden. Earlier this year, Dwayne Johnson endorsed a political candidate officially for the first time.
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