The 64-year-old actor shot to fame in the hit film The Bodyguard alongside Whitney Houston.
But Kevin Costner made a surprising revelation about the poster for the 1992 movie this week.
The iconic poster features Kevin carrying Whitney in the pouring rain while he buries her head in his shoulder.
However, it turns out that not all is as it seems.
Speaking to Entertainment Daily, the Hollywood star explained that he was actually carrying a body double after she’d left the set for the day.
He said: “That wasn’t even Whitney actually.
“She had gone home and that was her double, and her head was buried into my shoulder, which was appropriate anyway.
“She was frightened.”
Kevin also revealed that it was he who decided to pick that particular image because it was taken by his friend Ben Glass.
He said: “I sent it to Warner Brothers and I go, “There’s the poster.”
The famous film saw Kevin take on the role of ex-Secret Service agent Frank Farmer, who is assigned to serve as a bodyguard for R&B singer Rachel Marron, played by Saving All My Love For You hitmaker Whitney.
The Bodyguard turned out to be a gigantic hit for its studio, Warner Bros, amassing over £313,000,000 worldwide and landing at number seven on the US domestic box office chart for 1992.
It also garnered two Oscar nominations.
Whitney died tragically in 2012 at the age of 48.
Her death was determined to be accidental drowning in a bathtub, with heart disease and cocaine use as contributing factors.