Ben Affleck's hunky Batman body may be a sight for sore eyes, but his diet and exercise regimen isn't exactly beneficial for everyone involved.
The Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice actor's wife, Jennifer Garner, spoke about her husband's transformation in an interview with On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday, Oct. 7, touching on the negative effects that it has had on her.
"There's something about it… whenever one of us has to be really good, the other one pudges up," Garner, 42, admitted. "I don't know why it is, but I blame my pudginess on his strict and disciplined place in life. There's something about it that just makes me like, 'Well, I'm gonna have a bonbon. I'm gonna have some ice cream.'"
Explaining that she felt the need to eat the junk food to take the temptation away from Affleck, Garner added that her movie star love is resisting indulgences.
"He worked out twice a day and ate only what was put in front of him by some very mean, mean person…" the Draft Day actress said. "Everything was cut out… If I made dinner and it was a healthy dinner, he wouldn't even look at it, in case something hadn't been steamed."
While Affleck, 42, was beefing up for his superhero role, Garner was filming the upcoming Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day with Steve Carell and a bevy of child stars. She brought her own little ones, daughter Violet, 8, daughter Seraphina, 5, and son Samuel, 2, out to the movie's set to have a little fun.
"They came and they held the wallaby and pet everything," Garner said of her children. "The thing that they're the most excited about, besides craft services, is there was a fake alligator head nearby. They thought that was really cool."
"That's what they always tell people," she continued. "'There was a fake one made out of Styrofoam -- it looked real!' I'm like, 'Yeah, but remember guys? How you held a kangaroo?'"
Listen to Garner gush about her family in the clip above!