"I wasn't an athlete so I didn't know about working out every day for two hours, that was something new".
The casting of Affleck as the new Batman was met with some scepticism from devotees, but the actor said he feels under far less pressure now that filming is finished. "Fans have come to expect that if you're going to play a superhero, you got to look in the body like a superhero".
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice will go on general release on Thursday March 24 and will be shown on three screens at Cineworld Silverburn.
They aren't Warner Bros. "I'm feeling honored to be [someone] that's a part of that".
"I've wondered about directing movies like this before and it was a really valuable learning experience for me to watch Zack do it and see how he did it", he continued.
After just concluding a week of almost nonstop press ( "I'm losing my voice" ), the onetime Miss Israel confided, "I'm still kind of in denial and have had no time to sit down and relax and enjoy the ride". I think we did something different but something that's still very much Batman and I really believe in this movie and I think people are going to like it.
"I'll have to con one of the editors into giving me a truncated version of the movie without some of the scarier stuff", he said.
Laughing as Schofield asked if he suffered difficulties using the toilet this time round during filming, Cavill quipped: 'I made sure they put one in this one'.