Paul Rudd presented at the Oscars and fans are saying he's literally never aged
Paul Rudd has been in the acting game since 1992, when he was 23 years old. In the years that followed, he acquired fame through his appearance in films like Clueless, Romeo + Juliet, and The Cider House Rules, before cementing his place in the Hollywood comedy hall of fame with his appearances in the likes of Anchorman, Friends, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Knocked Up.
Now he's playing a superhero in the Ant-Man series, so it looks like he's all set, but the topic of conversation when he turned up at the Oscars on Sunday was how he looked. Despite the fact he's been on our screens since the mid '90s, it's hard to believe that Paul Rudd is nearing 50 - because 49-year-old Paul Rudd looks practically the same as fresh-faced mid-20s Paul Rudd.
For this year's Academy Awards, the actor turned up at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre to present the award for Best Visual Effects alongside Sarah Paulson (who also looked incredible that evening).
The award went to Paul Lambert, Ian Hunter, Tristan Myles, and J. D. Schwalm for the Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, but a huge takeaway for viewers was how eternally youthful Rudd looked. As soon as he made an appearance, Twitter went insane over how young he still looks:
Most people first saw the actor in Clueless all the way back in 1995, and can barely see the difference.
So how exactly does he do it?
That's when the most obvious joke came in:
It looks like the Marvel money is so good, you can get yourself digitally remastered.