A group of lucky kids in NYC got the surprise of their lives this week when a real life superhero joined them at a charity film screening.

Kids from Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC and SAY – the Stuttering Association for the Young – had gathered to watch a special screening of the new blockbuster Ant-Man when the film’s star, Paul Rudd, joined them.

“It was the first time I could have a screening for kids for one of the movies I’ve done,” Rudd told the NY Daily News. “I know a lot of these kids for years, so it was really fun to stand up there while they were sitting there with their three-D glasses.”

Rudd has supported SAY for a number of years.

To read more about his visit to the screening, click here.

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