Russell Crowe is dishing about one of his most difficult acting challenges to date — wearing spandex!
The Hollywood A-lister opened up to MTV News about the trying experience of rocking spandex for his role as Superman's father, Jor-El in "Man of Steel." It was so tight that he even called this costume one of the hardest he's ever had to put on.
The Oscar winning actor said, "The spandex in this thing is like four layers. And then when you put the ceremonial robes on top and 40-pound leather cape and all of that sort of [stuff], it's fine if you're just standing there, but when you have to jump around doing fight sequences and everything, it was a bit of a challenge."
But Russell also suggested that it wasn't even the physical scenes that proved to be the most difficult. So, what was the most challenging part of donning the ensemble? Going to the bathroom!
Check out the vid to hear how long it took Russell to get in and out of his spandex.
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