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Paul Rudd and Meryl Streep dancing behind the scenes like there's no tomorrow is healing our souls

Paul Rudd and Meryl Streep dancing on the set of Hulu's 'Only Murders in the Building' is the sweetest thing!

Paul Rudd and Meryl Streep dancing behind the scenes like there's no tomorrow is healing our souls
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Paul Rudd is dreamy. Meryl Streep is a queen. And watching them dance with the sweetest chemistry? Priceless! After "Only Murders in the Building" Season 3 wrapped up filming in April 2023, Johnny Hoffman shared an adorable video on Instagram of the duo busting a move together.

"That's a wrap on Only Murders S3! #merylstreep #paulrudd #selenagomez #stevemartin #martinshort @onlymurdershulu," Hoffman captioned the footage showing the Oscar-winner and the "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" star in a lively dance routine. @paytonjkoch commented, "Thank god this is out in the world," while @allison.guinn added, "All that talent and they're dancers too."


 
 
 
 
 
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According to Collider, the first season of the comedy-drama was an instant hit starring Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short. The series also casts Amy Ryan, Jane Lynch, Andrea Martin, Tina Fey, Ryan Broussard, Jayne Houdyshell and several other talented actors. In the upcoming season, along with Rudd and Streep, the show will add actors like star Ashley Park from "Emily in Paris" and Jesse Williams, alum of "Grey's Anatomy." Martin co-created the series with Hoffmann and they executive produce alongside Short, Gomez, Dan Fogelman, Jess Rosenthal and Jamie Babbit.



 

Gomez previously posted a video to her Instagram back in January revealing that Rudd, 53, and Streep, 74, were on the set of the show. "Hey guys, we're on set! What are we shooting? Season 3! The gang is back!" Gomez said as the camera panned to her costars, Martin and Short. "Yay! Could this honestly get any better? Oh, wait!" She then turned the camera to Rudd and Streep.


 
 
 
 
 
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Rudd couldn't be more excited to be part of the Emmy-nominated show and work with veterans and comedy legends. "I came in there, and there's Meryl Streep, who is arguably the greatest of all time," he recalled to PEOPLE. "And Martin Short, who is one of the funniest people on the planet, and somebody that just, I love, I really love. And yet to be there with Steve Martin, when I think back on people who probably had more of an impact on my life and my wanting to do this, or my understanding that performing or anything was even a career somebody would have, it was him." The "Friends" star said he was joining a "special place" and a "great group of people" and couldn't be more thrilled. 


 
 
 
 
 
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As for 30-year-old Gomez, the singer previously shared how working alongside veterans Martin, 77, and Short, 73, has affected the way she views her career. "I remember when I was leaving L.A. to go and shoot the first season, I was worried that I'd be a little lonely because I'd be on set and most of the time I would be with Steve and Marty, who I had only met briefly on Zoom," she told The Wrap. "And the moment I got on set, they made me feel included. Working with Steve and Marty, I was terrified at first but relieved that comedy happened to be in my comfort zone. If anything, they've helped me sharpen my skills."

Image Source: (L-R) Martin Short, Selena Gomez and Steve Martin attends the Los Angeles premiere of
Image Source: (L-R) Martin Short, Selena Gomez and Steve Martin attend the Los Angeles premiere of "Only Murders In The Building" Season 2 at DGA Theater Complex on June 27, 2022, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

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