Apr 18, 2024, 05:10 PM IST

In BLACK ADAM’s Post-Credits Scene, Henry Cavill Attempts Superman Return

Emily Horn

Henry Cavill recently shared a humorous look at his life through post-credits sequences at the screening of his latest film made by Guy Ritchie, "The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare." 

In a reflection on his previous experiences as a actor, including his appearances in Ritchie's films, such as "The The Man From U.N.C.L.E" and an unremarkable cameo appearance for the role in "King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword" Cavill joked, "Turns out, I'm not having any luck with post-credits scenes." 

The actor also referenced his much-discussed role in the role of Superman during the after-credits scenes in the film "Black Adam" in 2022. 

The scene was intended to mark his return to the DC Universe and set up the possibility of future battles with Dwayne Johnson's Superman character. 

In the wake of this appearance, Cavill announced on social media on the 24th of October 2022 that he would officially reprise Superman's role. Superman. Cavill expressed his appreciation to the fans to their patience as well as love and said that it would be acknowledged. 

Following Cavill's announcement management of Warner Bros. and DC Studios changed and the new leadership was James Gunn and Peter Safran as the new directors and establishing an overhaul of DC Studios and the DC Universe, which included the selection of a new actor to play Superman. 

David Corenswet was later chosen to play the role of Superman in the film, directed and written by James Gunn and Safran, which is scheduled to be released on June 11th 2025. 

Gunn was looking for the next Superman stressed the importance of choosing an actor who could embody the character's compassion and humanity in his statement"The next Superman is one "you would want to hug." 

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