Superman actor Henry Cavill will make a comeback after appearing in the Dwayne Johnson film “Black Adam.”
Henry Cavill has declared that he will play Superman once more in upcoming DC Extended Universe (DCEU) films. The declaration follows the actor’s appearance as Superman in a mid-credits sequence in “Black Adam,” starring Dwayne Johnson, which saw a global opening last week.
On Monday, Cavill posted a message to his fans on Instagram.
“Hello, everybody. I wanted to wait to post this till the weekend was gone. I did this so that you may all see “Black Adam.” However, now that many of you have, I wanted to formally announce that I have returned as Superman “The actor, who is 39, remarked.
The Hollywood actor went on to say that “Black Adam” just gave viewers a “very small taste” of what was to come.
“There are many things for which I am grateful, and I will get to them eventually, but I wanted to thank you all especially. Thank you for being patient and for your support. I guarantee you’ll get paid for it “said Cavill.
In 2017’s “Justice League,” the actor played Superman in a previous appearance. In 2013’s “Man of Steel,” he made his acting debut as the well-known superhero. Next, he appeared in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (2016).
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