It's not everyday that a Hollywood movie star can stroll around the busiest square in the world and not be bothered.
But that is exactly what happened to Superman actor Henry Cavill.
The 32-year-old, who was also crowned People's Sexiest Man Alive, strolled around a packed Times Square in New York and not one person noticed him.
To add insult to injury, the actor also donned a Superman t-shirt and even stood underneath a massive billboard poster for his upcoming flick, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Henry posted the gas video to his Instagram to prove that a pair of glasses are more than enough to keep Superman disguised.
Watch him discuss the experience on Jimmy Kimmel Live:
Gravity was one of the big blockbusters for 2013 and is mostly known for all the Oscar nods, including Sandra Bullock’s extraordinary performance.
But one YouTube creator, Krishna Shenoi thought of a more interesting way to end the Oscar winning film by having none other than Superman to come and save the day.
Not sure what director, Alfonso Cuarón would think of this ending but it sure made us laugh.
‘Batkid’ was funded by the Make-a-Wish Foundation and saw 5 year-old Miles Scotts’ dream of being Batman for a day come true.
Miles is recovering from lymphoblastic leukaemia. The entire city of San Francisco got involved and even President Barack Obama had a role. See the video above.
‘Batkid’ was supposed to be honoured at this year’s Oscars ceremony.
When the producers of Sunday’s Oscars ceremony were forced to cancel Batkid’s segment, no one was more upset that Andrew Garfield.
It was arranged that Miles and his family would go to Disneyland where Andrew drove down to meet them.
The Academy have taken full responsibility for the unfortunate event saying: “Due to the nature of a live show, hard decisions sometimes must be made which require the Academy to cut segments due to the logistics of production.”
It is not known if this incident has anything to do with Emma Stone’s unexplained absence at the awards ceremony.