Paul Rudd recently opened up about his experience being part of the Friends finale, revealing that he felt “weird” and thought he “shouldn’t be there”. In an interview with Heart, the actor explained that he was never meant to be part of as many episodes as he was and felt out of place in the finale. Everyone was crying and he was just in awe of the situation.
Rudd was part of the series in the ninth and tenth seasons, playing the role of Mike Hannigan and winning over the public with his portrayal. The actor is now known for playing the superhero Ant-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). His latest film, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, has been released in theaters and has received mixed reviews, mostly criticizing the visual effects of the film.
In our review of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, we said it has enough funny moments and a heartwarming family story, plus impressive performances, to make up for its less developed aspects. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, our complete guide offers insight into the future of the MCU.
Paul Rudd’s experience on the Friends finale has been an interesting one, with the actor feeling out of place and yet still being part of one of the most iconic television series of all time. His latest venture as Ant-Man has also been an impressive one, with the actor playing a major role in the MCU.