Actor Henry Cavill who played Superman in Justice League (2017), admitted that the press tour for the film was a very uncomfortable experience.
It was all trouble for the movie League of Justice, since its director Zack snyder had to leave the shoot halfway and Warner Bros hired Joss Whedon to finish it, but the director instead of just following through with the plans, changed everything and the end result was a huge box office failure. Also, some actors have complained about problems on the set and now Henry cavill explains his bad experience presenting the film.
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During a recent interview, Henry cavill He reflected on his experience in the Justice League, and surprisingly noted that the press tour was more awkward than what happened with the famous "mustache theme."
"It was one of those weird situations where I guess nobody really knew what they wanted." Henry Cavill reflects. “And it was like: Hey, we need Henry on the press tour, but let's not tell anyone he's in the movie. I was like: Okay, well, it's going to be very awkward for me, guys. Thanks for giving me an impossible scenario. I'm just going to tell people on the press tour: Well yeah, I was here for moral support. I made the tea. So I had a really bad time. "
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They were very difficult moments for the actor because he was the laughing stock of the whole world.
On the one hand, Henry cavill had finished his work on League of Justice and i was rolling Mission Impossible: Fallout, where he had an aesthetic very different from that of Superman. That's why when they called him to record new takes, they had to digitally remove his mustache, which caused many jokes on social networks. In addition, his character did not appear in the promotion, since it is assumed that he was one of the surprises of the film, because he had died in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).
Now Henry cavill will have a new opportunity to look like Superman in the version of Zack snyder of League of Justice which will premiere in HBO Max in 2021.
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