Well, the good news is that Cavill is reportedly planning on reprising his role as the Man of Steel.
Should a deal be reached, it would mark Henry Cavill's fourth appearance as Superman, following 2013's Man of Steel, the polarizing 2016 film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Justice League from 2017.
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The new update on his stand in the superhero universe comes months after Cavill confessed he was not done playing the role.
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While that parallel negotiation isn't seen as almost so contentious, the two are also clearly not as separate as you might think. Another option being floated around is a deferred payment, but that has not yet been brought up from the owners' side of things.
In a Mens' Health's December cover story, Cavill revealed he had not given up the role. "The future of Cavill's Superman has not yet been fully decided, and it sounds like Warner Bros. and DC Comics are still figuring out where the character best fits in upcoming films".
So, with Cavill in talks to play Superman once again, fans are wondering what movie he could potentially appear in.
"I would love to make a Superman movie, I would love to draw from all of my favourite comic books and make an original story which is based on the essence of those characters and have that joyful, hopeful, powerful figure who Superman is". I've not given up the role. He could come back in Aquaman 2 opposite his Justice League co-star Jason Mamoa. A lot of storytelling to do. Warner Bros.is not developing a Man of Steel sequel, and Wonder Woman 1984, Suicide Squad are in the can, and Superman isn't expected to make a cameo in Matt Reeves' The Batman.
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