Paul Rudd's Real-Life Bromance


Mar. 20 2009, Published 3:19 p.m. ET

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In Paul Rudd's latest movie, I Love You, Man, his character goes on a series on man-dates in hopes that he will find a best man for his upcoming wedding.

So what's the actor's preferred activity on a real-life man-date? In a recent interview with, Paul said his favorite day of male bonding was one he shared swigging and singing with his co-star, Joe Lo Truglio.

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"I remember meeting Joe at an Irish pub in New York and watching football games on a Sunday and then leaving kind of halfway through and going to sing karaoke, the two of us, which is really kind of sad but true," the actor remembers. "And ... you know what, it was a perfect day. Starting off with beer and nachos then ending with the Glen Campbell songbook, you know, it's not a bad way to spend a Sunday."

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Paul is also in the upcoming animated flick from DreamWorks, Monsters vs. Aliens, opening next weekend. He loaned his voice for the character Derek Dietl. He can also be seen in this summer's The Year One.

Is there any chance that he may reprise his role as Mike Hannigan in a film version of Friends? Right now, the actor says it's unlikely.

"I haven't heard anything about that, nor would I hear anything about that. I'm way down on the Friends chain. On Friends I feel like I was one rung below Oliver in The Brady Bunch. I was the Robby Rist of the Friends cast," jokes the actor. "And how I know the name of Oliver in The Brady Bunch sucks...not proud of that."


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