The “Ant-Man” star contacted the Westminster 12-year-old after a now-viral Fb publish.
WESTMINSTER, Colo. — A Colorado boy who garnered nationwide consideration after a publish about an alienating expertise at his center college is now attempting to assist be sure different younger youngsters aren’t bullied.
“Ant-Man” star Paul Rudd stunned 12-year-old Brody Ridder from Westminster with a FaceTime name after studying that his classmates refused to signal his yearbook, according to CNN.
In a Fb publish, Brody’s mom, Cassandra Ridder, posted a photograph of the yearbook displaying his classmates refusing to signal it and a notice from Brody himself on one of many clean pages that learn “Hope you make some extra pals — Brody Ridder.”
The actor from the hit motion pictures “Ant-Man” and “Avengers: Endgame” reacted to the publish not solely with a name, however he adopted up with a handwritten notice posted by the boy’s mom on social media.
“It was nice speaking to you the opposite day,” wrote Rudd, who additionally instructed Brody “it is essential to do not forget that even when life is tough, issues get higher.”
Together with the notice, Brody acquired his personal “Ant-Man” helmet signed by Rudd, who, in keeping with CNN, turned out to be the teen’s favourite superhero.
Cassandra Ridder introduced by way of Fb that she and Brody have since partnered with the UGLI Basis, which works to finish bullying amongst youth.
“Brody and I might be teaming up with the UGLI Basis and dealing collectively to realize our aim to #endbullying!” the publish reads.
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