Paul Rudd, you're our favorite.

As if we needed any other reason to fall in love with the adorable actor, Rudd showed us why he's the greatest by farting throughout an entire interview. Yes, seriously. He couldn't stop tooting. Well, maybe.

While speaking with Clevver Movies about his highly anticipated film Ant-Man, the hunky star kept letting it rip. And initially, you couldn't believe what was happening and wondered whether or not it really was his booty or just the actor making funny noises with the chair, which is what he blamed the noise on.

But it's not necessarily outlandish to think that Rudd would seriously pass gas for two minutes straight (although let's hope he doesn't eat whatever he ate for lunch again!). He just kept making farting noises and funny faces and the poor interviewer could barely get a word in.

It was incredible and absolutely hilarious.

Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Walk of Fame

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With such a memorable performance to add to his growing list, it comes as no surprise that Rudd was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today!

"I remember being a kid and walking this boulevard and reading the names and thinking about what so many other millions of people thought about, which is, 'Who's that?'" Rudd said during the ceremony.

"The fact that millions of people are going to be able to now see me and ask that same humbling beyond belief."

The celeb's Ant-Man co-star, Michael Douglas, and Adam Scott, who starred in the Starz comedy, Party Down, that Rudd created, spoke at the ceremony.

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Rudd, who first entered many hearts as Alicia Silverstone's older brother in Clueless, is best known for his Judd Apatow films like Anchorman,The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and This Is 40. His other films include I Love You, Man, Wet Hot American Summer, Dinner for Schmucks, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Our Idiot Brother and Role Models.

Paul Rudd

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Paul Rudd

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