Our superhero celebs are often paid in millions. Well, why wouldn’t they? Working for 10 hours straight with their uncomfortable full-body costumes isn’t an easy feat. We know almost everyone is inspired by their gorgeous costumes, and they sure look quite cool on-screen, but, for some celebrities, these costumes are just too much!
In this post, we’ve listed photos of 20 celebs who couldn’t stand their movie costumes. Though we find them distinguished in their shiny armor, these stars didn’t experience the same feelings while acting in their roles.
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Oscar Isaac could barely move because of his metallic costume. He says the most difficult times were when he wanted to cool his body down by going into air-conditioned areas during the shooting process.
Harley Quinn isn't really a big fan of her tight shots. Margot said in an interview, “The sacrifice I have to make is that I have to do this nudity thing that I don’t really want to do.”
Scarlett might look sizzling in her tight Black Widow costume but according to her, it was a very harsh experience. She expressed that it felt like wearing pajamas that are sweating and really tight.
According to Tom Holland, he felt like a Big Thirsty Plant while wearing that costume. The costume doesn't have any opening to ear or drink so Tom had to drink water through a pipe, making him dehydrated at times.
The Batman costume designed for George Clooney showed a clear indication that his nipples were erect. DC made sure that the whole world knows Batman can feel the cold too.
Malin Akerman may look stunning in the latex suit but according to her, it felt like she was wearing a condom on every part of her body.
Rebecca Romijn felt discomfort when she felt that her most sensitive body parts are covered only by a few pieces of artificial clay. She had to ask everyone if she's all covered up over and over again.
Chadwich deemed the costume to be "non-breathable" due to the level of suffocation it causes for you. It gets harder as the temperatures go up.
Perlman hated strings and makeup being moved around you. According to the artist, “worth whatever pains one had to go through to play him.”
Princess Leia had to wear a bikini made of pure metal to really get into character. I asked around and the main concern of Carrie was how she felt insecure by the dress.
According to Michelle, “had to powder me down, help me inside, and vacuum-pack the suit.” Michelle says that it would feel like someone was choking here and have a had a bad dream.
Ben Grimm said he likes the movie overall but this costume is the worst part. He couldn't move or function properly.
Even for a seasoned actress, wearing the costume was a physical nightmare for Anne. The biggest struggle for Anne is to fit in the small-sized bag.
Jennifer Lawrence was bound to go through hours of makeup. During this procedure, the toxic fumed arising from open makeup take a toll on Jennifer's life.
Rob felt claustrophobic in his Iron Man suit and cannot stay in the suit for too long. In an interview, Rob said I’m not claustrophobic, but after moving around in it for a couple of hours, your spirit is kind of broken and you’re like".
Paul played Vision in Avengers Age of Ultron. Wearing the costume, Paul said that it is both uncomfortable, and painful. Paul said that he was able to listen to any voices from outside.