After his classmates refused to sign his yearbook, one 12-year-old little boy got a famous surprise that he will never forget.

I’m Tomi Lahren, more next.

It’s hard enough to be a 12-year-old kid these days, kids are mean.

But when actor Paul Rudd heard only 2 classmates signed little Brody’s yearbook, he swooped in and saved the day.

When Brody’s mom took to social media to share her son’s struggles with bullying and alienation at school, his story not only went viral but caught the attention of Avenger’s actor Paul Rudd.

Rudd took it upon himself to not only FaceTime the boy, but send him a signed Ant-man helmet and handwritten message.

He called Brody his “friend” and reminded him that so many people love him and think he’s the coolest kid around!

Since Paul Rudd’s selfless act of kindness, Brody’s mom has been inundated with messages asking to send Brody letters and words of encouragement.

Needless to say, he has more than a few signatures in his yearbook, he has a country full of good-hearted people, and one mega Hollywood actor in his corner.

There are a lot of bullies in this world, but this heartwarming story is a reminder there are a lot more good and decent ones out there to make up for it.

I’m Tomi Lahren and you can listen to all of my hot takes at Foxnewscommentary.com