- Regé-Jean Page said the armor in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves was “offensive”.
- “You’re hot all day long,” said Paige.
- Paige has previously said that all the training for the film has put him in great shape.
Léger-Jean Page credits Dungeons & Dragons: Thieves’ Honor with getting him in great shape, but the actor openly admits he doesn’t miss his on-screen costume. wear.
During an interview with BBC Radio 1 (Via Entertainment Weekly) to promote the film, Page joked that he made a “Robert Downey Jr. mistake” by referring to Downey Jr. who once said While “my next guest doesn’t need an introduction with David Letterman,” he avoided wearing awkward Iron Man armor in “Avengers: Endgame.” The team chose to add costumes later.
“It’s like, shooting in armor isn’t where you want to be,” Page says, adding, “You’re hot all day. You can’t sit. Sweat isn’t going anywhere. It’s just hanging out. Scuba Suits, just my own juice. It was delicious.”
The actor previously talked about his ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ outfit Variety available At the Oscars in March 2023.
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“It’s like everything is digging into your ribs,” he explained. Armor? This isn’t made for comfort.”
An advantage of Page’s hard work training for the Xenk role was his extremely fit physique.
“Coming into this, I got really, really good with the sword,” he said. in cast panel At Comic-Con 2022. Time training and dragon subjugation. ”
Audiences and critics also seemed to have a good time. “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” is now 91% fresh rating rotten tomatoes, generated $71.5 million According to Paramount, the weekend’s global box office success bodes well for the film’s theatrical release and a possible sequel.