Either way, it'd be the first time Cavill would reprise the role since 2017's disastrous Justice League film. Furthermore, the 37-year-old British actor is said to make a cameo in either ' Aquaman 2", "The Suicide Squad" and "The Batman' as per reports making rounds on the internet. However, Warner Bros and Henry Cavill's representatives couldn't be reached for comments on Wednesday, reported Variety. Cavill's Superman was a little stiff and cold in both movies, maybe, but that's more to do with the tone of the films than his performance.
Henry Cavill playing Superman is probably the one thing DC fans can agree on across the board.
Also, since Henry Cavill was trending, a Twitter user recalled his cookie eating moment from the Oscars. "The cape is still in the closet". It's still mine. I'm not going to sit quietly in the dark as all the stuff is going on.
Having joined Zack Snyder during the online "Man of Steel" Watch Party earlier this week, there's a lot of speculation surrounding whether Henry Cavill is set to return as Superman in an upcoming Warner Bros. film. A lot of storytelling to do.
Fans have been waiting to see the director's true vision in the "Snyder Cut" of Justice League, which is slated to hit HBO Max in 2021. In his interviews and social media posts, the actor always shows his appreciation for Superman and the character's importance in the comic book universe, even naming his beloved dog "Kal".
The news of his return has left Twitter jumping with joy. That's important to me. He then reprised the role for the 2016 DC team-up, Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice opposite Ben Affleck's Batman and Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman. The status is: "You'll see".
Disney plans to reopen Walt Disney World starting July 11
The Disney resort in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, will also reopen June 15 to members and guests, officials said . A social distancing squad , which McPhee claimed has been successful at Disney Springs , will be added to each park.
US Stocks surge with economic hopes
In Europe, Germany's DAX returned 1.3% and France's CAC 40 rose 1.8% after the announcement of the region's recovery fund. The Dow racked up its second straight 500-point gain , surging 2.2% to close above 25,000 for the first time since March.