Henry Cavill says he would love the chance to play Superman once more sooner or later.
Talking with THR, Cavill stated there’s extra alternative for him to develop with the Superman character saying, “There’s nonetheless a variety of storytelling for me to do as a Superman, and I’d completely love the chance.”
On the finish of 2013’s Man of Metal, Superman kills Zod, the final remaining member of his species. Cavill says he needs extra possibilities to discover Superman’s development after that call.
“That’s the selection he made in that second, and he’ll by no means do this once more,” Cavill stated. “There’s a chance for development after that, to discover the psyche of Superman as a deep, seemingly invulnerable god-like being however with actual feeling on the within. As I at all times say, ‘The cape continues to be within the closet.’”
Cavill has performed Clark Kent/Superman in Man of Metal, Batman v. Superman: Daybreak of Justice, and each cuts of the Justice League film, however there are at the moment no introduced plans for him to reprise the position. Nevertheless, there have been experiences claiming Cavill was in talks to return as Superman in a future DC film starring a special character.
Proper now, the Man of Metal is a part of Superman & Lois on the CW, and Michael B. Jordan is engaged on a Val-Zod undertaking for HBO Max. Cavill says his want to return to the position does not imply he is not on board with the opposite Superman initiatives in improvement.
“It’s thrilling — Superman’s excess of pores and skin colour,” Cavill stated. “Superman is a perfect. Superman’s a rare factor that lives inside our hearts. Why not have a number of Supermen occurring? Joaquin Phoenix did an exquisite Joker film; so what if it’s not tied to the remainder of [the franchise]?”
Whereas his future as Superman stays unclear, Cavill is the star of The Witcher Season 2, which is ready to premiere on Netflix subsequent month. For extra on the plan for the DC Universe, take a look at each upcoming DC film and TV present.
Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. You’ll find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.