Henry Cavill’s Reportedly Reached Out To Marvel Following Superman Reboot News
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It might sound harsh, but Henry Cavill’s accomplishments read much better on paper than they do in practice. Of course, the 37 year-old is a big name in Hollywood and, but there’s a well-founded argument to be made that he hasn’t cracked the A-list in the way people were expecting him to a decade ago.
Having missed out on the chance to play James Bond afterbefore losing out to Daniel Craig, Cavill was also overlooked when Superman: Flyby morphed into Superman Returns and Brandon Routh was cast as the Big Blue Boy Scout. The Englishman did eventually go on to headline the highest-grossing movie ever, but he never got a sequel and by all accounts for J.J. Abrams’ reboot.
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He also became the latest in a long line of names to play Sherlock Holmes in, but his performance saw . The Man From U.N.C.L.E., The Cold Light of Day and Night Hunter all bombed, but at least there’s always Mission: Impossible – Fallout, which was an unqualified success.
Insider Daniel Richtman is claiming that Cavill reached out to Marvel Studios after the Superman news broke, although the tipster doesn’t offer any additional information.that he could be jumping ship to play any number of characters for DC’s great rivals, with Captain Britain frequently mentioned, and it would admittedly be a hilarious flip of the bird to Warner Bros. if he headed straight for the MCU as Abrams’ Superman gathers momentum.