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Want To Have Lunch With Paul Rudd Or Nathan Fillion?

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paul-ruddThe latest “Have lunch with a celebrity” charity auction has landed — and this one features an impressive list of participating actors and actresses.

Jon Hamm, Edie Falco, Keri Russell, Paul Rudd, Jeremy Sisto, Patrick Duffy, David Schwimmer, Rosanna Arquette, Ally Sheedy, Nathan Fillion, Kevin Smith, John Slattery, and Lili Taylor have all signed on to auction off lunch dates for The Adrienne Shelly Foundation — a non-profit that supports the artistic achievements of female actors, writers and directors through a series of scholarships and grants.

Currently, actor-director Kevin Smith is leading the bidding — most likely because every aspiring screenwriter is throwing their credit card at the auction in an attempt to get some time with the guy. That, and he’s pretty damn cool. Right behind Smith are Hamm, Fillion, and Rudd — who will meet you in either LA or NYC depending on scheduling; you’ll just need to cover travel and hotel expenses. The Foundation will cover lunch. Oh yea, you’ll also need to have a background check — so any stalkers are SOL.

Still hungry? Have a look at all of the auctions items here! Bidding ends on the 16th.

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