Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s crotch ‘has its own story’ in war film ‘The Wall’

You just gotta leave it.’”
How’s that for committing to the role? The Wall   director Doug Liman and star   Aaron Taylor-Johnson were committed to absolute authenticity while making their new military film. Catch more of Doug Liman and Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the full episode of   Entertainment Weekly: The Show, available now on the new People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). “To be honest, the first day of shooting, the crotch blew out, and the costume person wanted to stitch it up. Show Full Article Go to   PEOPLE.com/PEN, or download the free app on your Smart TV, mobile and web devices. The Wall   is in theaters now. The pair stopped by   Entertainment Weekly: The Show   to talk about certain details — like the crotch of Johnson’s fatigues — and how it was important to get everything just right. And I said,   ‘You know what, you can’t. Just how authentic? “Like the crotch of his pants in the movie has its own story.”
Taylor-Johnson explains: “You hear a lot of stories from the military guys, and what agitated them or frustrated them about certain movies is that they never got the detail right about their costumes,” he said. “[Taylor-Johnson] was just so committed to getting it right, to every detail,” Liman said in praise of his actor.