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Henry Cavill, the next Superman

February 7, 2013

Henry Cavill is a British actor. He is above all famous thanks to The Tudors, a  television series, as Charles Brandon, the 1st duke of Suffolk. He almost had the role of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the goblet on fire and of Edward Cullen in Twilight. Unfortunately for him, these roles went to Robert Pattinson. Moreover, he almost had the desired and famous role of James Bond. He was a final contender, the producers were torn between him and Daniel Craig, but again, he failed. That’s why, the American magazines dubbed him the “Unluckiest Man in Hollywood” in 2005. In 2011, it was announced that Henry had been cast in the role of Clark Kent/Superman. Zack Snyder told him that he was “the perfect choice to don a cape and S shield”. A big victory for Henry Cavill, the third British actor to portray an American comic book superhero.

Filmography :

  • 2002 : The Inspector Lynley Misteries
  •                The Count of Monte Cristo
  •                Goodbye Mr Chips
  • 2003 : I Capture The Castle
  •                Midsomer Murders
  • 2005 : Hellraiser : Hellworld
  • 2006 : Tristan + Isolde
  • 2007 : Red Riding Hood
  •                Stardust
  •                The Tudors
  • 2009 : Blood Creek
  •                Whatever Works
  • 2011 : Immortals
  • 2012 : The Cold Light Of Day
  • 2013 : Man of Steel

In my opinion, Henry Cavill deserves the role of Superman, he is a talented actor. I discovered him in the TV series The Tudors, but I never saw him in a movie, that’s why I have to see Man of Steel !



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