Henry Cavill will reportedly no longer play Superman in every Warner Bros. and DC movies.
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The world of DC superheroes will reportedly have them without Henry Cavill is Superman. According to several reports, the star parted ways with Warner Bros. and will not be featured as the Man of Steel in an upcoming movie ventures.
It is worth to note that other DC comics heroes together, a screen with Cavill in the critically panned “Justice League” will continue with their characters. Gal Gadot will reprise her role as “Wonder Woman” for the fourth time in “Wonder Woman 1984″ set for 2019, Jason Momoa will headline Aquaman” in December, and Ezra Miller is reportedly still on board for a “Flash” film to shoot in 2019.
Cavill, however, is to move away from the idea as the most important figure in the line-up of heroes. According to The Hollywood Reporter, negotiations for Cavill to appear in a cameo in the next connected function “Shazam!” and broke down due to scheduling conflicts with “Mission Impossible: Fallout.” Things reportedly falls open there and now it seems that the studio is ready to go in a completely different direction with the Kryptonian lore.
Neither representatives for Cavill, neither Warner Bros. immediately responded to Fox News’ request for comment.
According to Deadline, the studio is a look at a “Supergirl” movie, thanks to the success of the CW series of the same name. According to the comic book storyline, Supergirl, Superman’s cousin, was a teenager when their home planet, Krypton, was destroyed. As a result, her timeline would mean Cavill the character of a child, for all relevant origin story. The outlet previously reported that “22 Jump Street’ writer Oren Uziel is working on a “Supergirl” movie script.
The news of Cavill leave in the role comes just after Netflix has announced that he will star in the eight episodes of the series “the Witcher”, based on the popular book and video game franchise. He will Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter in the fantasy epic.
Cavill first donned the red cape in 2013 the movie “Man of Steel”. He reprised the role again three years later at the battle of Ben Affleck’s Batman in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.” His final appearance of the character was in 2017 for the “Justice League.”
It is worth noting that Affleck has long been rumored to step away from the role of Bruce Wayne, especially considering his recent rehab stint for alcoholism. Although nothing has been confirmed, many believe that he will not lead Matt Reeves upcoming standalone “Batman” movie. However, there is no word yet on who would replace him as the third actor to play the caped crusader in less than a decade.