Obviously yes as it’s Paul Rudd. Well, he wants it too!
You j’adored him as Josh, the cute ‘brother’ character in Clueless; you fell hook, line and sinker for him as a gay with Jennifer Aniston in Object of My Affection and then you wanted to chew on his underwear as Mike, Phoebe’s husband in Friends. And all this time, all Paul Rudd has wanted to do is show you his D&B arrangement. Looky here…
‘I’ve often said I’d like to do a play where I’m completely naked,’ he says. Well, go on then.
‘But each and every time the director and the cast have insisted I put some clothes on.’ Give us their names and addresses and we’ll make sure they never work in this – or any other – town again.
‘A few times I was fired from a production because I did a full-frontal scene at the very first performance and they said it was inappropriate.’ Inappropriate, schmimapproriate. We’ll be the judge of appropriacy and can’t – off the top of our heads – think of a single play where full-frontal male nudity wouldn’t enhance a production.
‘In all seriousness,’ he concluded, ‘I’m pretty carefree about stuff like that. If it was something classy, I’d show the old D&B. And by D&B, I mean, of course, dick and balls.’
If anyone could now quickly write a classy play with lots of full-frontal nudity required, we’d be grateful.
Thanks to Towleroad for the tip-off.