During an interview on the 'Armchair Expert' with Dax Shepard podcast, the 'Big Little Lies' actress praises her husband Karl Glusman for putting up with her 'psychotic behavior.'

AceShowbiz - Actress Zoe Kravitz struggled through the first two weeks in isolation with her husband Karl Glusman after driving herself coronavirus crazy with her "psychotic behavior."

The "Mad Max: Fury Road" star has been on lockdown in London ever since filming on "The Batman" shut down in March due to the global pandemic, and Kravitz admits she initially had a tough time emotionally adjusting to the new normal as she became obsessed about preventing the spread of COVID-19 in her rental home.

"It was rocky for us (in the beginning) only because I was so freaked out," Kravitz shared on the "Armchair Expert" with Dax Shepard podcast. "When this whole thing started, I was like, 'Is the world ending? Is this it?' and I would just break down and cry, and then I would say we have to disinfect everything, and then I would order a pizza and then I would cry because I ate the pizza but... I was like, 'I didn't disinfect the box properly.' "

"I was such a maniac, and one of the reasons he (Karl) is so great is he put up with my psychotic behavior really beautifully, really sweetly!"

Kravitz and fellow actor Glusman wed last summer (19).

She is set to portray Catwoman opposite Robert Pattinson as Batman in Matt Reeves' upcoming superhero movie, which recently had its release pushed back from June 2021 to October next year as a result of the coronavirus filming delay.

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