Henry Cavill Calls BATMAN V SUPERMAN “Cinematic History” and Says He's Not Going Anywhere

Like all of you, I’m really curious to see how Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice turns out. Regardless of whether it’s good or bad, the movie is going to make an insane amount of money because it’s the first time ever that we will have seen these two iconic superheroes up on the big screen together. During a recent interview with The Daily Mail, star Henry Cavill discussed the upcoming film and said it will make cinematic history.

"It's Zack Snyder, so it's going to be a visual spectacle and it's cinematic history. We're doing Batman and we're doing Superman, and it's all happening at the same time. So, fingers crossed it turns out to be as exciting as I think it is."

I have no doubt that the movie movie will be an exciting visual spectacle. I’m just hoping that Snyder was able to pull off a good story that is better than Man of Steel. When asked if he had any advice for Ben Affleck about suiting up as Batman, he said,

"Right. We're talking about Ben Affleck here. I don't need to give him any advice. The guy's a legend. He does his own thing! He's great. He's fantastic." 

In a separate interview with The Anglophile Channel the actor discussed his long term plans for Superman and explained that he hopes to play the character for years to come.

”As many as it takes. I love the character. I love working with Warner Bros. and what they're doing with it, and so fingers crossed I'll be able to tell the story for many, many years to come.”

Even though I wasn’t the biggest fan of Man of Steel, I still think Cavill makes an amazing Superman, so he can play the character for as long as he wants. My big thing is just making sure Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment handle the character in the right way moving forward. It will be interesting to see what other DC films he pops up in as WB is trying to build their cinematic universe over the years. It's cool to know that the actor is in it for the long haul!

Via: CBM

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