Good news for Superman fans of Henry Cavill: It seems, the actor is set to return to the role for a sequel Steel manreleased in 2013.
The news was confirmed this Tuesday (18) by the The Hollywood Reporter, which claims the film is already in development at Warner Bros. According to the portal, Cavill’s return was possible thanks to the departure of executive Walter Hamada, who allegedly barred the actor from appearing in the studio’s films.
With Warner Bros. behind-the-scenes executives changing, Superman appearances should be more frequent, according to the THR. It is worth remembering that rumors about a possible participation of Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel in Black Adam are growing stronger.
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the production of Man of Steel 2 is on behalf of Charles Roven (Wonder Woman, Oppenheimer and The Man of Steel), who is looking for screenwriters. Christopher McQuarrie (Mission Impossible) is one of the most popular names to assume the role.
The last time Cavill was seen as the character was in Justice League (2017). Prior to that, he also participated in Batman v Superman (2016).
At the end of last year, the actor had already revealed his desire to return to the role. “I would love to. There’s an opportunity for growth after that[fromtheeventsseeninthefirstfilmtoexploreSuperman’spsycheasadeepseeminglyinvulnerablegod-likebeingbutwithrealfeelinginsideAsIalwayssay’Thecapeisstillinthecloset’”[dosacontecimentosvistosnoprimeirofilmeparaexplorarapsiquedoSupermancomoumserprofundoaparentementeinvulnerávelsemelhanteaumdeusmascomsentimentorealpordentroComoeusempredigo’Acapaaindaestánoarmário’”