It looks like Warner Bros. has finally seen sense and decided to open up negotiations again with Henry Cavill to reprise his role as Superman in the DC Extended Universe.
Per Deadline, there is no Man of Steel sequel in the works. But they’re hearing that Warner Bros are looking to use Cavill’s Supes in other DC Films. With Wonder Woman 1984 and The Suicide Squad in the can, Cavill is not expected to turn up in either, however, there is potential for the Big Blue Scout to play a role in Shazam 2, Black Adam or Aquaman 2.
Some outlets have described Cavill’s new role similar to Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk in the MCU, but I’d expect it to be more akin to Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man.
I for one am delighted to see Cavill return to his rightful place as the Man of Steel and once again don the symbol of hope wherever that may be.
SOURCE | Deadline
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