Actors who hated their on-screen costumes

Sean Astin as Samwise Gamgee - Sean Astin didn't enjoy having to gain weight to play the hobbit Samwise Gamgee in 'The Lord of the Rings' franchise.

Kit Harington as Jon Snow - During an interview with Stephen Colbert, Kit Harington said that Jon Snow's cape on 'Game of Thrones' "weigh[ed] a ton" and "smell[ed] awful."

Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy - In 2008, Tom Felton said that the worst part of being Draco Malfoy in 'Harry Potter' was having to keep up the character's signature platinum blonde hair

Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique - To make matters worse, during the first movie she had a severe negative reaction to the blue paint that left her covered in blisters.

Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana - Speaking to Marie Claire, Miley Cyrus revealed that the Hannah Montana costume negatively affected her self-image. 

Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man - In the first 'Iron Man,' director Jon Favreau and Marvel Studios wanted a practical suit so that they could spend as little as possible on CGI replacement.

Paul Bettany as Vision -
Paul Bettany told USA Today that the worst part about his Vision costume is the tight headpiece, which makes it difficult to hear and breathe.

Matthew Lewis as Neville Longbottom -  Lewis revealed that while shooting the 'Harry Potter' series he had to wear a fat suit to play Neville, especially once he became a teenager.

Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man - Andrew Garfield said during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that wearing his 'Amazing Spider-Man' costume "irritated" him and often looked "unflattering."

Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze - In Joel Schumacher's 'Batman & Robin,' it reportedly took an 11-man team up to six hours to help Schwarzenegger get into his costume as Mr. Freeze.

Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard - Patrick Stewart's costume on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' was so painful for him to wear that he told Newsweek: 

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