Paul Rudd Dresses up as a Millennial in Coronavirus PSA
The actor has a message for young people: wear a face mask.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo put Paul Rudd’s acting chops to the test in a humorous PSA urging young people to wear face masks. The 51-year-old star, known for his roles in Clueless and Anchorman, dressed up as a millennial (complete with a pair of headphones and skateboard) to deliver an important message: wear a face mask.
Rudd dons a hoodie, sweatpants and high-top sneakers while trying his hand at millennial and Gen-Z lingo throughout the 2-minute clip. “So fam, let’s real talk: masks, they’re totally beast! So slide that into your DMs and Twitch it,” he says. Eventually, Rudd gets serious: “Just wear a mask! It’s easy, it’s simple…People are dying. Hundreds of thousands of people are dying and it’s preventable. Just wear a mask; I shouldn’t have to make it fun. It’s science,” the actor concludes.
Watch Paul Rudd and Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus PSA above and check out our guide on how to make your own cloth face mask, no sewing required.
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