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Earned about a million views on YouTube—and the dynamic duoof Aleck and Norton knew theyneeded to take their training up anotch—or six.After consulting with Batman vSuperman director Zack Snyder, theydecided they didn’t want Aleck tolook at all like he did in The Town.And they definitely didn’t wanthim to look like Christian Bale orMichael Keaton. They were thinkingbigger. Much bigger. After all, ifBatman （a human being with noactual superpowers） was going tostand a chance against an alien whocan fly, freeze stuf, and turn backtime, he was going to need majormuscle. Like, comic-book muscle.
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In fact, initially some within thestudio even had the idea that Bencould transform himself into a youngArnold Schwarzenegger. “We gota good chuckle out of that,” saysNorton. “You’re talking about maybethe best body of all time.” Eventually,more logical heads prevailed, andthe target look for Aleck became anMMA heavyweight fighter.“With Batman, we had to get aphysically imposing, powerful look,”says Norton. “And that takes a lot ofreps. You have to be in the weightroom day after day after day, so itcertainly was a process.”For 15 months, Norton and Alecktrained anywhere from 90 minutesto 2? hours a day, typically six dayson and two days of. They trainedthrough the filming of Gone Girl,
when Aleck was often getting up at4 a.m. to work out before a 14-hourday of shooting. （Gone Girl’s director,David Fincher, is known for beingparticularly demanding with actors,requiring long hours and dozens anddozens of takes.） But according to
Norton, Aleck understood this wasall part of the job. Rather than shyingaway from the process, he embracedand enjoyed it. “You’re not going tohave a ton of success if you’re scaredby the number on the clock, and hecertainly is not,” says Norton. “He
gets it done, and it doesn’t matterwhat time it is. We often worked outat 5 in the morning, or late at night.”
Another challenge during GoneGirl: They couldn’t get Aleck toolean, as his character was supposedto look pufy and hungover. So theyfocused on establishing a good baseof muscle, and when that moviewrapped, Norton had Aleck train-ing twice a day to slowly peel of thefat. （“I would be curious to know,”says Aleck, “the sheer amount ofmass I had to move over the courseof training.”） When filming forBatman v Superman finally began inDetroit in 2014, Aleck worked outdaily in a three-car garage convertedinto a gym, using a hybrid programthat was equal parts bodybuildingexercises and functional movements.（See the workout on page 90.）