'Man Of Steel' Star Henry Cavill Is Done Playing Superman


Talks between the actor and Warner Bros. reportedly broke down earlier this year when the latter wanted to carve out room for a Superman cameo in Shazam! According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Mission: Impossible - Fallout star and famed mustache model will no longer be playing Superman in Warner Bros.' wild world of DC superhero films. "Another source says Warners is trying to hit a "reset" button with the DC universe, steering its ship slowly into another direction". Rumors about such a move swirled last week when it was announced that Cavill would be starring in Netflix's video-game adaptation The Witcher, and it does indeed appear that scheduling conflicts may have been the initial root of the problem.

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Anyone hoping to see Henry Cavill don the red cape of Superman again will likely hate this news. Director Matt Reeves' The Batman would, of course, then introduce a new Bruce Wayne, but an unnamed source told THR that it may be a while before a new Superman movie goes into production.

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It's worth noting that other DC comics heroes that shared a screen with Cavill in the critically panned "Justice League" will continue with their characters. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio is shifting focus to Supergirl and putting any solo Superman projects on the back burner.

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It's quite possible, then, that Warner Bros. will have both a new Superman and a new Batman, following persistent, almost two-year rumors that Ben Affleck is finished playing the Dark Knight.