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Marvel alum Paul Rudd and Chris Evans joined “Variety Studio’s Actors on Actors” where they discussed all things related to the billion dollar superhero franchise and their moves since leaving the big screen for TV. Evans talked about portraying a dad in Apple TV Plus’s “Defending Jacob.” Rudd talked about his Netflix series “Living With Yourself” and shared that people used to laugh when he first said he was taking on the role of Ant Man.

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