Henry Cavill hasn’t played the character of Superman in the DC Extended Universe for five years, but he’s finally taken it on courtesy of the “Black Adam” mid-credits scene.
Fans have been overwhelmingly supportive of the actor returning to the role, and many are excited to see what lies ahead for the Man of Steel.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, producer Charles Roven is working on a Cavill-starring sequel, albeit it won’t be released for some time. But when talking to MTV’s Josh Horowitz during a discussion at the 92nd Street Y, the actor previously addressed what it was like slipping back into the red boots.
the outfit he wore in “Black Adam.”
Cavill stated that the scene was filmed in the United Kingdom “I returned to the costume in the Warner Bros. studio in the UK. For me, it was a really moving time.”
He chose the “Man of Steel” suit for the brief sequence, the same one he wore at his debut as Superman, and he wasn’t sure how it would feel due to the memories associated with the outfit.
“I wasn’t certain of my feelings. I re-done the Man of Steel suit, but I don’t know if it would be something extremely emotionally stirring. Because of the nostalgia associated with the suit, I specifically chose that one “Cavill said.
He finds the experience to be deeply moving and is happy to take on the role once more.
He stated: “It was crucial for me to be present at that time and to enjoy it. That ranks among my career’s pinnacle moments. It’s wonderful to get the chance to wear it once more.”
The protagonist has such a promising future. I can’t wait to tell a tale about a Superman who is incredibly happy.”
Fans have rightfully been thrilled by the actor’s comeback, but it’s also intriguing to learn that Peter Safran and James Gunn will serve as co-CEOs of DC Films. The DCEU is clearly entering a new age, and Warner Bros. is plainly determined to do so.
The Suicide Squad movie and Peacemaker, the TV show that followed it.” Therefore, it will be intriguing to see how a future Superman film will turn out with him serving as co-CEO.