‘It’s official: I’m back’: Henry Cavill confirms he’s returning as Superman in ‘Superman films’
In a new interview, the actor revealed that his ‘DC Animated Universe’ TV series has been cancelled and it’s possible that a movie based on the cartoon will still happen.
Henry Cavill is back in the headlines. The star has confirmed that he’ll be back as Superman in at least two Warner Bros. films.
And in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Cavill said he’s already set up his next film with The Walking Dead alum Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the title will be Superman / Batman: Family Matters.
“We need to start talking about the upcoming TV series that I’m going to be doing on Superman, as well as the movie I’m signed on for, and I think we’re in a good position to do that. We’re in position to do both at the same time. That should be an amazing thing if it all goes well,” Cavill told Rolling Stone.
Also on the horizon is a sequel to his ‘The Man of Steel’ sequel that’s set to be released in 2018. But Cavill revealed that he has a lot to learn about doing the superhero role: “I’ve already learned so much about the job, because I’ve been doing it twice now that I now see what it’s like to go through it again. It’s quite challenging.”
Henry Cavill confirmed that he’s back as Superman in “at least two” super hero films
With his Superman character now set to be played by both Man of Steel and Batman in a joint franchise, Cavill revealed the next film he’s set to direct will be another Superman film, and that the script has been co-written by the ‘Superman Returns’ co-writer Michael Dougherty.
Cavill revealed that the project has been in the works since the beginning of 2019. “It seems like this is something that’s been brewing for a while. We’re going into mid-2019 to set up a production. And then we’re on the cusp of going to a studio for the second year,” he said.
Cavill also revealed that the DC Animated Universe, will take place