Andrew Garfield wants some costume adjustments when he the makes sequel to 'The Amazing Spider-Man' because the current costume is so difficult to take off.
The 28-year-old actor - who plays Peter Parker and his superhero alter-ego in the movie reboot - admitted he had difficulties getting in and out of the costume which caused him some problems on set, especially when he needed to use the restroom.
He told MTV News: ''It's like you have to body-shoehorn yourself out of it. It looks good, but they didn't really consider that, the whole bodily-functions thing. But next time we will remember that I am human. We're going to make it easier for me to p**s. That's number one.''
Andrew also revealed he had trouble seeing out of the crusader's mask which caused problems for him while filming stunts.
Speaking about the mask, he said: ''That was tough as well, but I don't think we can readjust that because the eyes have to be the eyes. That was hard, visibility was hard, especially for the bigger stunts because you need to know what you're doing.''
'The Amazing Spider-Man' is set for release in July.