Sam Worthington finds his paunch 'healthy'
Australian actor Sam Worthington has defended his recent weight gain, insisting his paunch is 'healthy' and 'human'
Australian actor Sam Worthington has defended his recent weight gain, insisting his paunch is 'healthy' and 'human'.
The 'Avatar' star was photographed earlier this week on a beach in Hawaii sporting a fuller figure and the pictures were published with a headline containing the phrase "Clash of the Xmas puddings", a reference to his role in action movie 'Clash of the Titans', reported Daily Express.
However, Worthington, 35, said he is proud of his bulging belly as he hates working out at a gym. "Clash of the Xmas puddings, that's good. I like it. I hate working out.
I like the fact that I've got a paunch. It's good, I think it's healthy. "Sometimes all these eight-packs and things you see in the movies, yeah that's all well and good, but I've seen Gerard Butler, he's got a paunch. He's not (in 2007 movie) 300 anymore and there's something kind of nice about it, human," Worthington said.