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5 Superhero Actors Finally Admit To How Uncomfortable Their Amazing Costumes Are

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Nowadays, every actor in Hollywood wants to be in a comic book movie. Becoming a superhero (or villain) can mean superstardom and big paychecks. While it’s great saving the world, the suits might create some bad experiences. These amazing actors had some troubling times with their on-screen gear.

Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman became an overnight star as Black Panther. His first time putting on the suit was a bit overwhelming. “Every time they’d add a part I’d be like, ‘You mean it’s going to cut off my air supply?’ Oh, okay, let me figure out how to breathe like that,” he told Comic Book Movie.

Michelle Pfeiffer

Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman is easily one of the most iconic in the world of superhero movies. It was also one of the toughest roles for the three-time Oscar-nominated actress. “It was the most uncomfortable costume I’ve ever been in. They had to powder me down, help me inside, and then vacuum-pack the suit,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

Gal Gadot

At first, Gal Gadot wasn’t fond of her Wonder Woman outfit. “I was so happy and so grateful for being there and doing this role that I didn’t say anything about the fact it was so tight, I literally could not breathe,” she told Jimmy Kimmel. Nowadays, the suit fits her like a glove.

Paul Bettany

Paul Bettany made his physical debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Age of Ultron. After only delivering the voice of J.A.R.V.I.S. for four movies, bringing Vision to life was a bit tiring. “You’re working in it for ten hours and not really being able to hear well. There’s only [so] much of your face open to the air,” he told USA Today.

Ron Perlman

Ron Pearlman, who earned a Golden Globe for Beauty and the Beast, is no stranger to makeup. When it came to talks of Hellboy 3, Perlman rejected the offer. “He really grew tired of the makeup in the second film, and he was really rubbed the wrong way by those seven-hour sessions,” director Guillermo del Toro told Den of Geek.

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