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The museum were thrilled to host the Marvel star and took to social media to thank Paul for visiting the attraction.

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Paul Rudd with staff members at the Titanic Experience Cobh

Paul Rudd with staff members at the Titanic Experience Cobh

Paul Rudd with staff members at the Titanic Experience Cobh

Hollywood star Paul Rudd paid a visit to the Titanic Experience museum in Cobh, Co. Cork this week.

The actor, whose late father Michael was a world-renowned Titanic historian, is currently enjoying an Irish holiday and took the tour with his family on Wednesday.

The museum were thrilled to host the Marvel star and took to social media to thank Paul for visiting the attraction.

In a Facebook post, the company wrote: “We were delighted to welcome Paul Rudd and his family to Titanic Experience Cobh earlier today.

“Paul's family have been regular visitors to Cobh in the past, as Paul's dad (the late Michael Rudd) had a great passion for history and the Titanic story. As the last port of call, Cobh has a unique and emotive link to the story and we hope the Rudd family enjoyed our tour and our stories.

“We had a few #antman fans at the experience today and thank you to Paul for being so gracious to his enthusiastic young fans (and the not so young fans!) #peoplessexiestman"

Back in 2019, the 52-year-old revealed that a young Leonardo DiCaprio had expressed uncertainty about taking on the role of the male lead Jack in the Titanic film.

In an interview on the Graham Norton Show, he recalled an “interesting conversation” that he had with his friend and Romeo + Juliet co-star at the time.

“I was riding to the place with Leo and he said, ‘I just got offered this movie, and it’s a big movie.’ And he had done indie films up to that point.

He said, ‘It’s a studio movie, it’s Titanic.’” Rudd said.

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“I said, ‘That’s incredible!’ And I knew a lot about Titanic because my dad just talked about it at the table. And we had a conversation about it and [DiCaprio] was saying, ‘Oh, like I don’t know what I’ll do.’”

“I remember saying, ‘You should do it! I don’t think I had any say, but it is kind of interesting to think back on that. 'Cause he did it. He did the movie.”

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