As an actor, it is natural to put on a costume to portray any role you want to come to life on the big screen. Whether you are playing a stupid teenager or an atomic monster stomping your feet in town, you need a costume to sell to the audience. However, not all costumes are the same, at least in terms of comfort, which is why many actors responsible for playing some of the most memorable roles on the big screen hate the costumes they have to wear. Our favorite Hollywood stars have long entertained us by introducing us to otherworldly characters. However, the real heroes are actors who play unusual roles, forcing them to wear atypical costumes. Wearing bulky superhero costumes or elaborate biological makeup for a few hours a day is not always a pleasant experience. You will eventually be soaked in your own sweat, accompanied by unbearable heat and itching.

8. In a 2014 interview with Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence divulged that transforming into the X-Men‘s Mystique was an exhausting process that could last up to eight hours:

Not only does it take a whole day to put on makeup, but in the first movie, J. Law had such a serious negative reaction to the blue paint that the crew members had to call a doctor to complete it. After that incident, she wore a jumpsuit below her neck.

 

7. During an interview with Stephen Colbert, Kit Harington said that the cape he wore as Jon Snow on Game of Thrones “weigh[ed] a ton” and “smell[ed] awful.” He speculated (jokingly) that they added weight to the piece every year, because “Michele [Clapton], the costume designer, hates actors.”

Clapton later explained in an interview with Vogue that the cloak had become heavier to reflect Jon’s growing status. He also pointed out that in the worst weather, many actors have to wear heavier clothing. “There is no personal dressing table to help.”

6. Going Grinch was grueling for Jim Carrey. He described the process of getting into the yak hair suit, which could take up to eight and a half hours, as “being buried alive.”

Kerry almost quit the film until the producer hired an expert to train CIA agents to resist torture. Experts recommend smoking, turning on the TV, and letting others beat you. Kerry somehow avoided “breaking” for the 100 times he had to wear this costume.Makeup artist Tsuji Kazuhiro suspended work on the film because of Kerry’s anger, but when Kerry asked him a few weeks later, he came back.

5. While filming the first Iron Man movie, the filmmakers were hoping to achieve superheroic heights with practical effects, but the suit proved too difficult for Robert Downey Jr. to work in:

The LED lights in the helmet “absolutely blinded” Downey Jr. In later films, the Marvel team defaulted to CGI to produce their film magic.

4. It takes Paul Bettany 3.5 hours to be Vision-ified, but after 10 hours of shooting, he’s so frustrated with the costume that he only spends 30 seconds tearing it off:

Your main gripe isHelmets that cause hearing and breathing difficulties are “quite painful” and “uncomfortable”. Bettany’s trick for controlling her excitement is to imagine a cast of thousands of actors dedicated to the Marvel movies.

3. In 2008, Tom Felton said that the worst part of being Draco Malfoy was having to maintain the character’s signature platinum blonde hair:

Felton (born with black hair) dyes his hair every 10 days. Fortunately, Felton said her hair “produced superhuman resistance, but it seemed to survive.”

2. Andrew Garfield said during an interview on Ellen that wearing his Amazing Spider-Man costume fell short of amazing: It “irritated” him and often looked “unflattering.”

The presence of the paparazzi has exacerbated these concerns, especially because, according to Garfield, “knowing that your paparazzi are being photographed from many different angles can make you very uncomfortable.” I will believe you.

1. Oscar Isaac didn’t realize before signing on to X-Men: Apocalypse that playing the titular villain meant being “encased in glue, latex, and a 40-pound suit.”

The presence of the paparazzi has exacerbated these concerns, especially because, according to Garfield, “knowing that your paparazzi are being photographed from many different angles can make you very uncomfortable.” I will believe you.

So, yeah, these are 8 A-listers who have put on costumes that they particularly don’t enjoy wearing. Well, what a waste guys I mean, look at these costumes; it’s possible that the actors had difficulty wearing them. So what do you people have to say about the costumes? Please feel free to tell us your valuable thoughts in the comment section below. For the time being, keep reading Animated Times, the perfect place to get a closer look at the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We’ll have you covered. Thus keep reading animated times, guys, for more.

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