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Ant-man himself, Paul Rudd, made an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday and he said that being on the sets of Captain America: Civil War left him absolutely star struck and brought out the 10 year old inside him.

On being asked by Graham Norton about his fangirl moment on the sets, Paul Rudd replied, "We shot Ant-Man – but I was alone in a bubble. All of a sudden I'm standing around seeing Robert Downey Jr in the Iron Man suit, and seeing Chris Evans. They're all there. I've seen the movies. I felt like I was 10 years old. It was crazy. It was pretty cool!"

Graham Norton then asked Paul, "Did you really do touching the arm thing?"

Paul Rudd had this to say, "I saw Sebastian Stan getting his arm, the silver arm on, and it was–it was like I was watching someone bathing. I am not supposed to see this! But I did.. I went over and touched the arm."

He also went on to add, "Chris Evans had to run to the bathroom once. So he asked a prop guy, 'Can you just hold this?' and he was holding his shield. He ran outside. I said.."

After actually holding Cap's shield, his reaction was, "Wow! It's heavier than I imagined! It's made of vibranium. Of course, it's going to be heavy!"

Go check out the interview:

And like him, his on-screen character, Scott Lang is seen fangirling on seeing Captain America for the first time. Watch that clip from Captain America: Civil War right here.

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