Paul Rudd recently appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where he discussed his experience attending Taylor Swift‘s “Eras” tour. Despite being an actor known for his roles in Ghostbusters and Frozen Empire, Rudd found himself gaining new fans because of his appearance in the Casey Super Bowl ad. Colbert asked if Rudd welcomed the new fans, to which Rudd replied that he found it strange but also exciting to have all eyes on the Chiefs. However, Rudd admitted that it was heartwarming to see stories of fathers and daughters bonding over sports and music. He shared that his daughter, who is a fan of both the Chiefs and Taylor Swift, wondered how many “new swifties” would know about Leonardo DiCaprio’s filmography. Rudd praised Taylor Swift for her kindness towards his daughter when they met at the Grammys. He even jokingly said that he would do anything for Swift if she asked because of her nice gesture.

Moving on, Rudd shared another exciting experience at the Taylor Swift concert. He met a fan named Claude, who happened to be a musician. Claude invited Rudd to be in their upcoming music video for a song titled “Paul Rudd.” Delighted by the opportunity, Rudd gladly accepted the invitation and even complimented Claude’s musical talent.

Switching gears, Colbert discussed Rudd’s involvement in Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire, which brings back most of the original Ghostbusters cast, including Annie Pots. Colbert asked if Rudd got to use any iconic props from the original films, to which Rudd enthusiastically replied that he got to use the iconic car, Ecto-1. He described the car as cumbersome but marveled at how all the gadgets inside appeared functional. Rudd expressed his belief that the car could catch some ghosts if it existed in real life. Driving the car was a thrill for Rudd, and a clip from the movie showed him and the car in action.

In conclusion, Paul Rudd had a fantastic time attending Taylor Swift‘s tour, meeting fans, and being part of the Ghostbusters franchise. Fans can catch Rudd in Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire, which hits theaters on March 22nd. Make sure to mark your calendars and prepare for a ghost-busting adventure like no other.