Henry Cavill confronts his recent death (according to the internet)

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As of this writing, Wikipedia and Google have corrected the error.

On Monday, Justice League actor Henry Cavill posted a hilarious (despite the subject matter) photo on Instagram debunking his own death two days ago.

It's a sad day when you have to learn about your own death via the internet.


The Man of Steel may have met his maker in the closing moments of 2015's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but DCEU mainstay Henry Cavill is now very much alive and well, both on and off the big screen.

Superhero mash-up Batman v Superman starred Cavill alongside Ben's Affleck Batman and Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman.

The film received a generally negative response from critics, with review aggregating site Rotten Tomatoes giving it an approval rating of a lowly 27%.

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