Superman Star Terence Stamp Talks Man of Steel...In the Men's Room

Terence StampOver at The Hollywood Reporter, they've got a conversation with Terence Stamp about one of the oddest things you'll ever hear a celebrity did in a public restroom without being arrested for it afterwards.

As part of a Q&A session at the Landmark Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday, the star--who played General Zod in Superman: The Movie and Superman II, which becomes important in a minute--shared the story, which begins with a road trip...

"I spent an hour and a half driving down here from Ojai, and the first thing I wanted to do when I got out was take a leak. I go into the men's bathroom and there's a whole load of guys -- obviously, Man of Steel [the Superman reboot] had just turned out. So I take a pee, and I start washing my hands, and there's about 10 or 12 guys there, and they're talking about Man of Steel. And one says, 'Well, I don't know. If they'd have, like, peeled the buildings off the screen I wouldn't have been surprised, you know?' Another says, 'It was all so loud.' Then the guy down at the other end, who was only a little guy, said, 'Yeah, yeah!' And he said, 'It really wasn't as good as the first one, was it?' And I just couldn't resist, and I said, 'You're a very discerning man.' And as soon as they heard the voice they said, [screaming in shock] 'Oh my God! It's General Zod!' I swear to God, it just happened!"