Henry Cavill Talks Superman Return, Black Adam Cameo – The Hollywood Reporter

Henry Cavill says he’s never given up hope of playing Superman again someday. But even he was surprised at how emotional the experience was when he finally put the cap back on.

Cavill worked six days a week on Netflix’s The Witcher when a contract came to appear in one scene Adam black, he recalled during a chat with MTV’s Josh Horowitz at the 92nd Street Y on Wednesday night. He had to get permission from The Witcher team, but as the actor recalled, “It was so secret that we couldn’t tell them what.

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When he arrived at the studio Warner Bros. in the UK for the shoot, he put on a suit he chose because of how interesting it was: the suit he wore in 2013. The Man of Steelhis first time as a hero.

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“I chose that one specifically because of the nostalgia associated with the costume,” Cavill said during the conversation, which was a live recording of Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast. “It was very important for me to stand there and enjoy that moment. That is one of the best moments of my career. It’s great to be able to wear it again.”

The conversation comes after a week of news for Cavill. The actor returned to the big screen as Superman for the first time in five years Adam black. And on Monday, he confirmed that he will indeed be playing Superman in future DC installments, saying in a video posted on social media that what audiences saw was there. Adam black it was just a “small taste” of things to come.

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Henry Cavill in conversation at the 92nd Street Y

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Cavill was originally cast as Superman for The Man of Steel, directed by franchise architect Zack Snyder. The DC Universe has gone through seismic shifts since then. Warner Bros. under new management, by Guardians of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad filmmaker James Gunn and producer Peter Safran have been named to the top posts at DC under the newly launched DC Studios, which will be home to Cavill’s future Superman outings.

Cavill said he was “excited” about Gunn’s hiring and scoffed at rumors that he would join Marvel. Lokisaying that if Gunn could jump back and forth between Marvel and DC, he probably could too.

Sources are stated The Hollywood Reporter that Warner Bros. taking pitches from writers for a sequel to The Man of Steel. Cavill declined to comment when Horowitz asked if there was any news to share regarding the filmmakers or writers: “Right now I can’t share anything, … things to come.”

Filmmaker Snyder posted a video question from the set of his Netflix film Rebel Moonasks Cavill to reflect on their early flight scenes, and ends the video by saying, “I can’t wait to work with you again.”

Cavill responded by thanking the director: “He’s a beautiful man, and I’m very grateful for everything he’s done for me. … Those are formative memories for me, career-wise. That’s when everything changed. I remember them fondly. … Zack, if you’re watching … Thanks, my friend.”

As for his future, Cavill had some thoughts.

The actor said: “The character has such a bright future ahead of him, and I’m so excited to tell a story with a super happy Superman.


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