Henry Cavill is desperate to "look like Superman" when he's naked.
The 32-year-old actor, who starred as the iconic superhero in the 2013 movie 'Man of Steel', explained that assuming the role is a double-edged sword.
He shared: "There's a blessing in being Superman. You get more attention. But there's also a curse, which is that you'd better f***ing look like Superman any time you need to get your kit off.
"You have your dark moments when you go on the internet forums.
"You're peeking behind the curtain. You wonder, 'What are people saying about me? Oh, that's nice. Oh, how lovely.'
"But then you find one that isn't. One that says you're only in a relationship to raise your profile, or to prove you're not gay. You think, 'Why are they being so nasty?' Then you start shaping your behaviour around the comments, and that's not OK. That's not healthy."
Henry finds such critics frustrating, but accepts it's part of being a movie star.
He told the Guardian newspaper: "It's weird, because there's no accountability. Someone can quite happily write a diatribe about how much of a d**k I am. But if they met me in real life, I know what they'd probably say. 'Can I have a picture with you?'"
The star aadmitted when he was at school the kids would pick on him because he was heavier than most and had "ambitions".
He admitted: "Because I was overweight and I had ambitions, I was target number one for the alphas of each group."
However, now he is a successful actor when he sees any of the "alphas" now he is older he said he just "ignored" them and he "really enjoyed it".
He told The Sun newspaper: "I've had a couple of awkward moments where I've seen one in a room and deliberately ignored him and really enjoyed it.
"He kept looking over and trying to make eye contact and I just kept on blanking him. That was enjoyable because he looks like he's still a w*****."
Henry may now be seen as a sex symbol, but because of the different body types of the characters he plays on the big-screen his weight is all over the place so he has to buy new clothing all every time he changes shape and admitted he is "bigger" than he was in 'Man of Steel'.
He previously shared: "I'm buying new clothes every year. I'm bigger than I was in the first Superman film [Man of Steel], so I don't fit the same clothes I did then. And when I was doing 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E'., I was smaller, so it's a constant shift in body size and shape."