Temuera Morrison has revealed his trick to getting "intimate" with Hollywood super star Nicole Kidman.
The Kiwi actor recently appeared on The Project Australia to discuss his role in the upcoming superhero flick Aquaman.
He revealed: "I spent two to three weeks very intimately with Nicole".
While the Project hosts pressed him for details on just how "intimate" the pair got, Tem threw them a curveball.
"I had to stand on a box," he said, to a stunned panel. He then clarified, "she's so tall - I spent most of my time with Nicole standing on a box."
He went on to reveal that it's a common occurrence for those starring alongside the 180cm Kidman, who is well known as one of Hollywood's tallest actresses
He said actors either stand on an elevated platform or the crew dig a hole for Kidman to stand in, to even out the height difference.
Morrison and Kidman play the parents of Aquaman, played by Game of Thrones' Jason Momoa in DC Comics' upcoming blockbuster.
This follows Morrison's other roles in major films like Star Wars, Moana and another DC hero flick Green Lantern.
Aquaman also features Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
The film is due for release in December.