Paul Rudd reveals his hilarious NSFW photography talent on Hot Ones: 'That one's gross'

Paul Rudd has been making the press rounds of late for his new Netflix series Living With Yourself, and he revealed a hilarious and slightly obscene hidden talent.

The 50 year old actor was the latest guest on Hot Ones, where host Sean Evans brought up something director Judd Apatow told Larry King about Rudd, his penchant for making it look like there is a naked butt in front of them.

Evans then gave him his phone, and watched as Rudd bent his index finger in a certain way, and the resulting photo made it look like there was a naked person standing in front of the camera.

Paul says: Paul Rudd has been making the press rounds of late for his new Netflix series Living With Yourself, and he revealed a hilarious and slightly obscene hidden talent

Paul says: Paul Rudd has been making the press rounds of late for his new Netflix series Living With Yourself, and he revealed a hilarious and slightly obscene hidden talent

Talent: The 50 year old actor was the latest guest on Hot Ones , where host Sean Evans brought up something director Judd Apatow told Larry King about Rudd, his penchant for making it look like there is a naked butt in front of them

Talent: The 50 year old actor was the latest guest on Hot Ones , where host Sean Evans brought up something director Judd Apatow told Larry King about Rudd, his penchant for making it look like there is a naked butt in front of them

'So, that looks like you're standing in front of a guy, or girl, that's totally naked,' Rudd said, as he turned the phone to show the bizarre photo to Evans.

When asked where he learned this skill, Rudd simply replied, 'I don't know, but I'm glad I did.'

He adjusted his hand again, and took another photo, showing Evans the photo and stating, 'Now that one is definitely a guy,' with Evans adding, 'Whoa, you've got a ball sack in there.' 

Photo: 'So, that looks like you're standing in front of a guy, or girl, that's totally naked,' Rudd said, as he turned the phone to show the bizarre photo to Evans

Photo: 'So, that looks like you're standing in front of a guy, or girl, that's totally naked,' Rudd said, as he turned the phone to show the bizarre photo to Evans

Talent: When asked where he learned this skill, Rudd simply replied, 'I don't know, but I'm glad I did'

Talent: When asked where he learned this skill, Rudd simply replied, 'I don't know, but I'm glad I did'

'After a while, you can learn new tricks. You're expanding, growing. I found my pinky at the right angle makes a great scrotum,' Rudd continued. 

Rudd then arranged his thumb and forefinger in a V, stating,' This is probably not one you're gonna be able to show on the show,' with the photo making it seem like Evans was in front of a pair of spread legs, with Rudd adding, 'No that one's gross.' 

'I have thousands of those pictures with people you wouldn't expect to see in those photos, that are pretty good,' Rudd added.

New tricks: 'After a while, you can learn new tricks. You're expanding, growing. I found my pinky at the right angle makes a great scrotum,' Rudd continued

New tricks: 'After a while, you can learn new tricks. You're expanding, growing. I found my pinky at the right angle makes a great scrotum,' Rudd continued

New shot: Rudd then arranged his thumb and forefinger in a V, stating,' This is probably not one you're gonna be able to show on the show,' with the photo making it seem like Evans was in front of a pair of spread legs, with Rudd adding, 'No that one's gross'

New shot: Rudd then arranged his thumb and forefinger in a V, stating,' This is probably not one you're gonna be able to show on the show,' with the photo making it seem like Evans was in front of a pair of spread legs, with Rudd adding, 'No that one's gross'

Rudd wouldn't reveal any names of celebrities who he has photographed in this fashion. 

Rudd's new series Living With Yourself, where he plays a character dealing with his own clone trying to take over his life, debuts on Netflix October 18. 

The actor also starred in the new Netflix movie Between Two Ferns: The Movie, which debuted in September. 

Celebs: Rudd wouldn't reveal any names of celebrities who he has photographed in this fashion

Celebs: Rudd wouldn't reveal any names of celebrities who he has photographed in this fashion

No names: Rudd wouldn't reveal any names of celebrities who he has photographed in this fashion

No names: Rudd wouldn't reveal any names of celebrities who he has photographed in this fashion

He also stars in the upcoming Sony Pictures movie Ghostbusters 2020, which is slated for release next year.

He will also return as Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man, in the new Marvel TV series What If...? which is slated to debut in 2021.

He also voices Scott Lang in the video game Avengers: Damage Control. 

Coming soon: He also stars in the upcoming Sony Pictures movie Ghostbusters 2020, which is slated for release next year

Coming soon: He also stars in the upcoming Sony Pictures movie Ghostbusters 2020, which is slated for release next year

Coming soon: He will also return as Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man, in the new Marvel TV series What If...? which is slated to debut in 2021

Coming soon: He will also return as Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man, in the new Marvel TV series What If...? which is slated to debut in 2021

 

His new Netflix series Living With Yourself gets off to a horrifying start with Rudd emerging from a shallow grave, scrambling for breath after clingfilm is wrapped around his head. 

Turns out, there was no going around it – the 50-year-old star had to actually do that himself, and he has marked it down as one of the most awful moments he’s ever had as an actor and was literally buried alive. 

Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, he said: ‘That was awful. You know what it was? The shooting schedule was we thought that was when it was going to be the warmest, and it just so happens that there was a cold spell that week, and it was awful.’ 

‘It was the weirdest thing that I’ve ever had to film, and it was kind of unexpected,’ he continued. ‘I’m not so claustrophobic really, but something within us knows that’s not the right thing to be doing. To be buried alive.’ 

Explaining how they managed to get the savage shots, Paul continued: ‘I was in an open grave, and there was a tube that went underground and had this thing that I had to put in my mouth so I can breathe. 

‘I wasn’t buried too much because I had to get out but it was substantial. So I would get in, they would start putting dirt over me and I’m like “oh. I don’t like this!” because we would all wait until the last minute and then they would put it over my head.’ 

‘They would start rolling before they did it so I didn’t have to wait, but they did it several times,’ he continued. ‘So my head’s on the side, I’m breathing through a tube, I can’t see a thing, I feel a weight of all the dirt and I have to wait until action and they tap the tube in case I can’t hear it. ‘It was not…fun.’ 

While Paul went through potentially a life-threatening situation (in a nappy no less), it seems that everyone around him was a little less bothered about it – particularly residents near the public New York park the gang shot the scenes in. ‘Somebody coming out of the ground wearing a diaper? “That’s only the third weirdest thing we’ve seen today!”,’ Paul joked.  

Paul Rudd reveals his hilarious NSFW photography talent on Hot Ones

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