Photos: Backstage at Broadway’s “Groundhog Day” Musical

Posted by Jen on 13 May 2017 with 0 Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Paul backstage at the Groundhog Day musical on Broadway on May 5.

Photos: Richard Hambleton Pop-Up Exhibition at Hambleton Studios

Posted by Mouza on 24 April 2017 with 0 Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Paul showing his support to Richard Hambleton by showing up to his Pop-Up Exhibition in New York yesterday.


Site Update: Happy Birthday Paul Rudd!

Posted by Mouza on 06 April 2017 with 0 Comments

Today is Paul Rudd’s 48th Birthday! Myself & my partner in crime Jen would like to wish him an amazing birthday spent with friends & family!

As a small way to celebrate Paul’s birthday, my co-web Jen designed our brand new layout for the site & the gallery using one of my favorite Paul shoots from 2013.

And as a small gift from my side, I’ve replaced some of the gallery photoshoots with a bigger size and some additional outtakes I found around the web.


Photos: “The Hairy Ape’s” Opening Night Party

Posted by Mouza on 01 April 2017 with 0 Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Paul attending the opening night after party of “The Hairy Ape’s”.


Photos: ‘Fun Mom Dinner’ in Sundance Film Festival 2017

Posted by Mouza on 28 January 2017 with 0 Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Paul attending the premiere and after party of “Fun Mom Dinner” in Sundance. Paul has a producer credit on the movie starring his best friend Adam Scott.


2017 – 27 January – 2017 Sundance Film Festival – “Fun Mom Dinner” Premiere 
2017 – 27 January – 2017 Sundance Film Festival – “Fun Mom” Dinner at The Acura Studio

Photos: Empire Scans

Posted by Jen on 07 January 2017 with 0 Comments

Thanks to my friend Lu, I’ve updated the gallery with a scan of the Mute feature in the February edition of Empire.

News: First Look at ‘Mute’

Posted by Mouza on 06 January 2017 with 0 Comments

Set in Berlin in 2052, Mute follows a bartender named Leo (Skarsgård) who lost the ability to speak after a childhood accident. After his beloved girlfriend Naadirah (played by Seyneb Saleh) unexpectedly disappears, he sets out on a noir-ish quest to find her, diving deep into the city’s seedy, neon underworld.

The only recurring clue that Leo finds is a pair of wise-cracking American surgeons: Rudd, wearing a hell of a mustache, and Theroux, wearing a hell of a wig. Jones co-wrote the script with Michael Robert Johnson (Sherlock Holmes), and he’s said in the past that Mute is somehow connected to his 2009 debut film Moon, which stars Sam Rockwell as a man working as a solitary miner on the Earth’s moon.

Netflix signed on to distribute Mute last year, and it’s expected to hit the streaming service later in 2017. [Source]

Site Update: Paul Rudd A Year in Review

Posted by Jen on 31 December 2016 with 0 Comments

With 2016 finally coming to an end, inspired by my friend Lu at jessica-chastain.com, I thought it would be great to do a summary of this last year in regard to Paul’s career.

The year started in mid-January with Paul attending the premiere for the HBO show Vinyl, which starred his friend, Bobby Cannavale. It then continued with his appearance at the Sundance Film Festival for the premiere for his film, The Fundamentals of Caring, which was released later in the year on Netflix on June 24, 2016.

Paul starred in a short film titled Anyone Can Quantum, which also starred Dr. Stephen Hawking and Keanu Reeves. It was released on January 27, 2016 on YouTube and can be watched here. Later in the year, Rudd returned for a voice-over cameo in the sequel titled Quantum is Calling, which starred Dr. Hawking and fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe actor, Zoe Saldana, along and her Star Trek co-stars Simon Pegg and John Cho. The sequel was released on December 12, 2016 on YouTube and can be watched here.

In February and March, Paul attended a couple of events, one was a benefit event for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Foundation, and the other was a premiere for the film Hello, My Name Is Doris, which was directed by his friend, Michael Showalter.

During April, Paul attended the Los Angeles and United Kingdom premieres of Captain America: Civil War for the press tour, and he appeared on multiple late night talk shows witha few of his co-stars to promote the film.

In between the Captain America press, Paul also attended the premiere for one of his animated films, Nerdland, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 14, 2016. And a couple of weeks later, it was announced that Paul was cast in the upcoming film, The Catcher Was a Spy, as Moe Berg, a professional baseball player, who was also an O.S.S. agent during World War II.

During the first week of May, Paul attended a few events, including the Met Gala 2016 and the New York screening of Captain America: Civil War, which was theatrically released during that week. Later in the month, an episode of Bob’s Burgers, which guest-starred Rudd as the voice of an imaginary horse named Jericho, aired on television.

In May, Paul also began filming a movie titled Ideal Home, which stars Steve Coogan and Paul as a bickering gay couple. The film was later sold wide in AFM 2016 to a number of international buyers.

Every year in the summer, since 2010, Paul has hosted a charity weekend with follow actors from the Kansas City area called “Big Slick Celebrity Weekend” to raise money for Children’s Mercy Hospital. This year’s event took place during June 17-18, 2016.

In August, two of Paul’s animated films were released. The 2015 film The Little Prince was released on Netflix on August 5, 2016, in which Paul voices Mr. Prince, the adult version of the title character. A week later, Sausage Party, in which Paul voices the main human antagonist, Darren, was released in theaters. Paul attended the New York and Los Angeles premieres of the latter film.

Post-August 2016 was more slowed down for Rudd, compared to the rest of the year. He attended a few events in September and December. And his upcoming sci-fi film, Mute, in which he stars alongside Alexander Skarsgård, was picked up by Netflix in October.

Along with the movie releases, Paul did a few new photoshoots to promote his films.

And I think that’s about it? It’s been a pretty busy year, had it ups and downs but as long as we focus on the positive and keep going, we’re going to be ok. I’d like to thank everyone for visiting, for the comments and for the amazing feedback about the site.
I’d also like to wish Paul (and you guys) a happy new year, may 2017 bring you and your families joy and happiness.

Photos: Holiday Fundraiser for #StockadeWorks

Posted by Jen on 19 December 2016 with 0 Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with 3 photos of Paul attending the Holiday Fundraiser for #StockadeWorks in New York on December 17.

News: ‘Ideal Home’ Sells Wide in AFM 2016

Posted by Mouza on 06 November 2016 with 0 Comments

Ideal Home, the comedy in which British comic actor Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd play a bickering gay couple whose extravagant lives are turned upside down by a new addition to the family, has been snapped up by international buyers, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.

The film, being offered at AFM by Fortitude Films, has attracted sales from Icon (Australia/New Zealand), Remstar (Canada), Scanbox (Scandinavia), Crystal Sky (Philippines), Lusomundo (Portugal), Forum (Israel), Tanweer (Greece/Cyprus), Pictureworks (India), Falcon (Middle East) and Cinesky (airlines).

Written and directed by Andrew Fleming (Hamlet 2, The Craft), Ideal Home is produced by Aaron Ryder, Gabriella Tana and Maria Theresa Arida. Clark Peterson and Maxime Remillard of Remstar Films and Lisa Wolofsky of the National Bank of Canada exec produced. [Source]