While filming the upcoming Superman movie "Man Of Steel," each of the four babies chosen to play infant Kal-El relieved themselves on actor Russell Crowe.
Director Zack Snyder had to hire four newborns due to filming laws, and Crowe, who plays Jor-El, got a little more than he bargained for when shooting scenes with the little ones.
He told WENN: "I had a very interesting experience being a father on this movie... Unlike in my own experience as a father of two, I've managed to dodge all the p**s and the poo! I'm pretty slick with a nappy. But on this movie I got p**sed on, which was a little inconvenient.
"Then the topper happened under those hot lights; it was after lunch, which was to be expected, and I got a handful of the essential Kryptonian material so I learned a lot! I had new experiences as a parent on this movie that I hadn't previously had, so thank you Zack!"
"Man of Steel" centers on a young boy who discovers that he has extraordinary powers and is not from earth. He eventually sets out to find out where he came from and what he was sent to earth to do. The movie hits theaters June 14.
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