Heroic garb isn’t required for every hero. When a 12-year-old boy’s classmates refused to sign his yearbook, Paul Rudd stepped in. His mother Cassandra Ridder’s social media posts on her son Brody’s middle-school experience went viral in May.
I’m sorry for my son,” I moaned. No signs of improvement,” Cassandra captioned a picture of his almost-empty signing page on Instagram. Only two students signed his yearbook, despite the fact that Brody had asked all kinds of students to do so.
What Is the Colorado adolescent?
It was then revealed in a Washington Post piece that older kids had stepped in to help the Colorado adolescent. His mother disclosed in the essay that her kid had “gone through a lot” because of the bullying he had experienced.
Marvel actor Rudd was moved by the story and sent the youngster a signed Ant-Man helmet and a personal note. After all that, he also made an unexpected FaceTime call. Cassandra documented the sweet gesture, posting photos of the gifts and a video of the chat.
What Are Rudd’s Replies?
Rudd replies in the video, “Anyway, I heard about you.” As soon as I heard his name, I was like, ‘I’ve got to talk to this child.'” Is he right?” he asked. “Likes dinosaurs? Chess? Fencing?” “Well, I’m really looking forward to getting to know you and meeting you!”
After their phone talk, the actor wrote a note to his new friend in which he shared some of his experiences and insights. There is comfort in knowing that even at the darkest of times, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Everyone loves you, including me, and thinks you’re the coolest kid ever.” “I can’t wait to watch what you accomplish. I know you’ll do a great job.”
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They Could Autograph His Yearbook.
Wow. When it comes to letter-writing, though, he has a gift that few others can claim: his ability to overcome Thanos (and warm our hearts).
The cast of Dear Evan Hansen was moved by Brody’s tale and invited him to the Broadway staging of the show so that they could autograph his yearbook. So Rudd is correct, after all. It really does “get better” when you’ve got Ant-Man and Evan Hansen on your side.