Henry Cavill is apparently out as Superman in Warner Bros DC Universe


Henry Cavil Exit


According to THR, Henry Cavill no longer play Superman in Warner Bros and DC Comics Superman. Cavill suited up as Superman in three DC Movies started as standalone Superman: Man of steel (2013) and in other two movies (Batman and Superman and Justice League). But as for now, the contract has broken down between Cavill and Warner Bros and this will lead to a new potential Superman cast.

A Shazam! deal fell apart as Warner Bros reached Cavill for a cameo in their upcoming DC’s Shazam! Movie which is going to release next year but due to scheduling conflicts. Cavill recently signed Netflix series The Witcher and have scheduling issues. Another source told THR that,” There's a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn't work” and some other source hints that Warner Bros is trying to hit a reset button and change the direction of DC Universe films.

Warner Bros has already shifted its focus on standalone Supergirl movie and has no future prospects for Superman Sequel, so this could be other reason for Cavill’s exit as Superman. As Supergirl going to be an origin story and Warner Bros wants to cast a teenager actress for the role of Supergirl and Superman Cameo could not hold a potential cameo for this movie.

Cavill was recently starred in Mission: Impossible – Fallout for which Cavill had scheduling conflict which leads Warner Bros to use CGI to remove Cavill mustache for Justice League Movie and the scenes were highly criticized.

As for now, there are no comments from the Warner Bros or Henry Cavill but it will surely affect the future of DC Universe movies as Ben Affleck also walked out from the DCU. So, for now, we have to wait for Superman and Batman standalone movies but this led to other potential movies for other DCU characters. 

Henry Cavill is apparently out as Superman in Warner Bros DC Universe Henry Cavill is apparently out as Superman in Warner Bros DC Universe Reviewed by Vicky Singh on September 12, 2018 Rating: 5

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