Being Aquaman is a hard job…but not for the reasons you might expect. In a recent Entertainment Weekly interview, Aquaman stars Jason Mamoa and Amber Heard discussed the pros and cons of their elaborate costumes.
As always, Mamoa was perfectly candid in his answer, which left the audience with a little too much information!
Mamo explained that even Aquaman sometimes gets “the poopsies”:
“It looks like it’s easy to pee in that. But really it’s not. And if you have the poopsies, it is very challenging. You’ve gotta be really good at holding it.”
It ain’t easy to be a superhero
— SamN (@samnoaches) November 26, 2018
The star then explained that having children has taught him to use dignified terms such as “poopsies” in lieu of any lewd language.
Heard had a more eloquent point when it came to her outfit:
“It’s a whole other level of functional art. They’re so intricate. You have to move in it, you have to breathe in it, you have to live in it.”
People online felt a lot of sympathy for Mamoa’s poop issues.
Jason Momoa says it's hard to poop in his 'Aquaman' suit https://t.co/fGIwTxF7MM via @pagesix I wonder if Adam West's biggest regret, if he could ponder his earthly time, is that he never got a chance to let us know how difficult it was to pass fecal matter in the Batman suit.
— David Rayd (@DavidRayd1) November 28, 2018
Well, many of them wished they didn’t have the image in their mind.
Too much information!
— Jim Zarroli (@JimZarroli) November 29, 2018
This is what I live for.
— Rosa Noesi (@NoesiRosa) November 29, 2018
At least Mamoa’s honest!
Oh, Jason … shhhhh
— SunLover25 (@SunLover749) November 29, 2018
— Christina C. (@Christinajobs) November 29, 2018
When it comes down to it, we all poop.
I told my wife that I have lots of things in common with Jason Momoa. She asked for a list. So far all I have is:
1. We're dudes.
2. We're human.
3. He probably poops and pees so there's that as well.
— Jason Thomas (@Corpsie74) September 21, 2018
I think you mean “while wearing “ his suit. I doubt he wants to or does poop in his Aquaman suit lol
— ♏ark Jedrick (@TheJedster66) November 29, 2018
There’s something magical about making a movie…
— Todd Schnick (@toddschnick) November 29, 2018
To see the costume that kept Mamoa from his movements, check out Aquaman in theaters December 21!