Movies that Henry Cavill was Almost a Part of in the Last Decade
Henry Cavill has come a long way, the kind of work that he has done in movies and TV is highly commendable. From his work in the “The Immortals” to “Man of Steel,” audiences have had a unanimous opinion of Henry’s work and it only gets better. However, things haven’t been smooth sailing for Henry right from the beginning. He has like any other actor lost some really good projects, but he knew how to make the best of it.
According to Comicbook.com, Henry Cavill was on “Live With Kelly and Michael” to take some time to talk about his return as the Man of Steel in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” He was visibly quite pleased to talk about it and also stated that he along with his co-stars have already finished shooting for the movie last December.
From the trailer that released a month back, it is clear how amazing the movie is going to look like once all the special effects are incorporated into it. Jokingly, the hosts also tried to ask what the outcome of the most epic battle between the two titans will be. It looked like Henry was almost going to reveal it but at the right time he stopped stating that it would cause him some trouble with Warner Bros. who have until now kept the movie completely under wraps. Since the movie is anyways going to release in a few months, no one seemed to be complaining.
Subject of the conversation quickly changed to the fact that how Henry was actually going to play the role of Superman about a decade ago. The “Man of Steel” star revealed that he was to play the role that was going to be directed by McG, however, when the director dropped out and the script was changed, the movie never materialized. The other role that Henry almost lost out on was the role of the iconic British Spy James Bond, about which he mentioned that he is glad that makers made the right choice by casting Daniel Craig.
As of now, fans could probably start their countdown for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” that will release next year on March 23rd.
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