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Entertainment Henry Cavill Is Not Ready to Give Up on Superman

05:46  20 november  2019
05:46  20 november  2019 Source:   gizmodo.com

‘The Witcher’ Trailer: Netflix Announces Release Date for Fantasy Series

  ‘The Witcher’ Trailer: Netflix Announces Release Date for Fantasy Series ‘The Witcher’ Trailer: Netflix Announces Release Date for Fantasy SeriesNetflix’s “The Witcher” series is based off the hit Polish fantasy novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, which center on monster hunter Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), who gets wrapped up in a continent-spanning tale of heroics and political intrigue. As a witcher, Geralt is ostracized for his supernatural abilities, but “The Witcher” isn’t a superhero tale in the vein of recent Marvel projects. Sapkowski’s world of monsters and magic is adult-oriented and morally grey, and “The Witcher” seems like it will be a fairly faithful recreation of the author’s fantasy setting.

Everybody’s been saying it: Henry Cavill is no longer Superman . Last year, reports surfaced that after three movies, Cavill was done playing the iconic DC character. However, after those reports spread like wildfire, both Warner Bros. (the company that controls Superman ) and Cavill himself

Although there have been reports Henry Cavill would not reprise his role as Superman in the DC Extended Universe following Justice League, the actor says he isn't ready to give up the part yet. "I’m not just going to sit quietly in the dark as all this stuff is going on," Cavill told Men 's Health.

Henry Cavill holding a sign posing for the camera: Henry Cavill at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. © Photo: Kevin Winter (Getty Images) Henry Cavill at San Diego Comic-Con 2019.

Everybody’s been saying it: Henry Cavill is no longer Superman. The one person who hasn’t said that, though, is Henry Cavill himself. And now, in a new interview, the current cinematic Man of Steel sets the record straight.

“The cape is in the closet,” Cavill told Men’s Health. “It’s still mine.”

Video: Henry Cavill Jokingly Says 'Today Was Exciting' After Reports He Left the Superman Franchise (Entertainment weekly)

Last year, reports surfaced that after three movies, Cavill was done playing the iconic DC character. However, after those reports spread like wildfire, both Warner Bros. (the company that controls Superman) and Cavill himself provided non-binding responses. You can read all about it in the below link.

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Now the actor is reiterating that he remains committed to playing the part, despite not being announced in any future Warner Bros. titles since the studio shook up its DC empire in the wake of the 2017 film’s critical and box I’ve not given up the role. There’s a lot I have to give for Superman yet.

Henry Cavill isn't ready to give up on the role of Superman . While his counterpoint Caped Crusader has exited the DC Universe, Cavill has more In an interview with Men 's Health, the British actor said he wants to return to DC even as the studio is moving away from its flagship characters following the

Basically, that was it. The issue was left up in the air over a year ago. Since then, Cavill filled much of his time playing Geralt for Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of The Witcher. And so the rumors—which Cavill is now addressing—largely just kind of became fact.

  Henry Cavill Is Not Ready to Give Up on Superman © Shutterstock “I’m not just going to sit quietly in the dark as all this stuff is going on,” Cavill said. “I’ve not given up the role. There’s a lot I have to give for Superman yet. A lot of storytelling to do. A lot of real, true depths to the honesty of the character I want to get into. I want to reflect the comic books. That’s important to me. There’s a lot of justice to be done for Superman. The status is: You’ll see.”

“When?” would be the common response to that question and the answer is “we don’t know.” We aren’t even sure if Cavill knows. The last time Cavill played the role was in Justice League, a film he admits in the same interview “didn’t work.”

Henry appointed Montreal Impact coach

  Henry appointed Montreal Impact coach Thierry Henry has been appointed as the new head coach of MLS side Montreal Impact. The 42-year-old, who spent four-and-a-half years with the New York Red Bulls before ending his career in 2014, has signed a two-year deal with the option for an extra 12 months.After agreeing to the move, Henry said: "It's an honour to coach the Montreal Impact and return to MLS. It's a league I know well, in which I had some very nice moments."To be in Quebec, in Montreal, which has an enormous multicultural heritage, it's extraordinary. I've always kept an eye on the club and now I'm here.

For all the problems with Justice League — and there were many — most agree that Henry Cavill reprising his role as Superman was not one of them. “It’s still mine. I’m not going to sit quietly in the dark as all the stuff is going on. I’ve not given up the role. There’s a lot I have to give for Superman

Update (2.02am, September 13): Henry Cavill has responded to talk of him giving up his role as Superman . Posting a cryptic video on Instagram with the caption "Today was exciting", Cavill is seen wearing a "KRYPTON LIFTING TEAM" T-shirt as he slowly lifts an action figure of himself in character

Henry Cavill attends © Getty Henry Cavill attends "The Witcher": A Netflix Original Series Panel during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center on July 19, 2019 in San Diego, California. Since then, the DC Films has mostly righted its ship. Aquaman was a massive hit. Shazam (which almost featured a Cavill cameo) was well-received. New Batman and Suicide Squad movies are in the works. It’s anyone’s guess where Superman could fit into that—but it sounds like Cavill wants to be part of that conversation.

British actor Henry Cavill arrives for the 20th GQ Men of the Year Award at Komische Oper on November 8, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. © Getty British actor Henry Cavill arrives for the 20th GQ Men of the Year Award at Komische Oper on November 8, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. We’re sure to hear more from the actor as he continues to promote The Witcher, which hits Netflix on December 20. And for much more on Cavill, like how he intimidated Ben Affleck while working out during Justice League, head to that Men’s Health piece.

Netflix's The Witcher has already been renewed for a second season

  Netflix's The Witcher has already been renewed for a second season Netflix's The Witcher has already been renewed for a second season , before the show has even debuted on Netflix. Stars Henry Cavill (Geralt), Anya Chalotra (Triss) and Freya Allan (Ciri) will all return for a follow-up run. The first season, meanwhile, is set to debut on December 20. Here's how Netflix made the announcement:Geralt's adventure is only beginning....The Witcher has been renewed for Season 2! pic.twitter.com/6iPrUFeujI— Netflix US (@netflix) November 13, 2019The Witcher is an adaptation of Andrej Sapkowski's dark fantasy novels (start with The Last Wish if you want to give them a try).

According to Men ’s Health, Man of Steel and Justice League star Henry Cavill has shared that the Superman cape is still his and that he has “not given up on the role.” “There’s a lot I have to give for Superman yet,” the actor continued. “A lot of storytelling to do.

Henry Cavill as Superman in Warner's "Batman v Superman ". Cavill 's Man of Steel was good and did blockbuster business in 2013, grossing 8 million worldwide. However, studio expectations were higher, given what they felt was a high-quality result sharing the same sort of "grounded in realism"

Gallery: We Ranked the Best (and Worst) Actors to Play Superman (Men's Health)

Henry Cavill, Brandon Routh, Christopher Reeve are posing for a picture: We live in a golden age of Superhero movies. With the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the D.C. Extended Universe, and any number of stand-alones (like Joker) or satirical/self-referential spinoffs (looking at you, Watchmen and The Boys), there's a new superpowered movie or show debuting just about every couple of weeks.  In that mix there are a number of eccentric and out there characters to play; there's the billionaire arms dealing playboy (Iron Man), the criminal mastermind ostracized by society who chooses to dress up like a clown (Joker), and a teenager who, I don't know, shoots webs from his wrists and can climb on walls (Spider-Man)? And those are just some lead characters, not even touching on supporting players, like the brainwashed WWII soldier turned into a killing machine with a metal arm (The Winter Soldier). Which makes the original superhero—Superman—seem relatively tame by comparison. The alien from outer space poising as a farmboy from Kansas is a character that can be extremely difficult to play, if for no other reason than the fact that he's so perfect. How can you make the embodiment of a flawless being interesting on screen? It's always been an incredible challenge, and the actors on this list—including Men's Health's December Cover Star Henry Cavill—have all given it their best. Here's how we think they stack up:

Michael B. Jordan In Talks to Play Superman .
Michael B. Jordan pitched an idea for his own take on Superman to Warner Bros., according to Variety. Read everything you need to know below!According to Variety, the DC Universe isn't quite done with Superman just yet, as Black Panther alum Michael B. Jordan pitched an idea for a new take on the Man of Steel to Warner Bros. earlier this year. Jordan's production company, Outlier Society, signed a first-look deal with Warner Bros. in January, so it's not all too shocking that the star would make the move from Marvel to DC.

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