“Ant-Man” Paul Rudd appeared on “The Graham Norton Show” with Martin Freeman. While on the show, he admitted to his fanboy moments on the sets of “Captain America: Civil War.”

“I felt like I was 10 years old! It was crazy!” quipped Paul Rudd. The actor joined an ensemble cast of superheroes in “Captain America: Civil War.” He admitted on “The Graham Norton Show” to being as starstruck as a kid when he stood around the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, informs Movie Pilot.

“We shot Ant-Man, but I was alone on that, it was like working in a bubble, pretty much. And then all of a sudden I’m standing around and seeing Robert Downey Jr. in the Iron Man suit and seeing Chris Evans and they’re all there,” he said.

“I’ve seen the movies, and I felt like I was 10 years old! It was crazy!” added Paul Rudd.

The actor also confessed to getting giddy seeing Sebastian Stan, states Tech Times. Stan plays Bucky in the movie. He was getting ready for the shoot and was getting his silver arm on. Rudd said that he felt pretty awkward like seeing someone having a bath. “I saw Sebastian Stan getting his arm, the silver arm on, and it felt like I was watching somebody bathing,” said Rudd. “I’m not supposed to see this! But I did, I went over and kind of felt the arm,” he added.

Gossip Cop reveals that Rudd’s ultimate superhero geek moment happened when he grabbed Captain America’s shield and ran away with it. It so happened that Chris Evans had to take a quick bathroom break. So he handed his shield to the prop guy. That’s when Rudd convinced the guy, just took the shield from him and started running around. “I was like, ‘Wow! It’s heavier than I imagined!’” revealed Rudd.