We recently covered a story where older students rushed to sign one student’s yearbook as his classmates refused to. Now it’s been revealed that Paul Rudd reached out to the young boy. 

Cassandra Cooper, the mother of Brody the student took to Facebook to share her despair after it came to light that his classmates were refusing to sign his yearbook. 

She said, “My poor son. Doesn’t seem like it’s getting any better. 2 teachers and a total of 2 students wrote in his yearbook. Despite Brody asking all kinds of kids to sign it.

“So Brody took it upon himself to write to himself. My heart is shattered. Teach your kids kindness,”.

This isn’t the first time Brody has been subject to bullies as at his previous school kids ‘pushed’ him around and ‘called him names’ his mother told The Washington Post. 

After hearing about his situation older students came into his classroom to cheer him up and now, none other than Ant-Man has also reached out. 

When posting the news on Facebook Cassandra wrote, “Something AMAZING happened today!!!! Brody got to talk to Paul Rudd! ANT-MAN!!!! Like this this real life?! Pinch me now! Brody was so excited! I wanted to share a clip of their call!

“Shout out to Paul Rudd, and his sister Mandi for reaching out and setting this up! You truly made Brody so happy! My heart is so full right now!” 

Not only did he FaceTime he also sent him a letter in which one of the lines read, “It’s important to remember that even when life is tough that things get better.

“There are so many people that love you and think you’re the coolest kid there is – me being one of them!”

But wait, there’s more! Paul Rudd also sent Brody a signed Ant-Man helmet with a note reading, “To my good friend Brody for when he takes on the world! Paul Rudd. ANT-MAN’

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