Henri Cavill | Henry Cavill hopes to play the comic book version of Superman
Henry Cavill wants to play Superman as portrayed in the comics.
The 38-year-old actor has played the iconic superhero in three films, but hopes to continue in the role as he hopes to play a version of the character similar to the one featured in DC Comics.
Henry told Collider, “I would love to have the opportunity to play the Superman we all know and love in the comics, continuing his development and seeing the hero. It would be really, really exciting for me because there is an opportunity to tell a lot of interesting stories there.
“It’s just about finding the right hooks to have a character as good and idealistic as Superman, that there are wonderful opportunities to explore what it’s like to exist as him and the hardships that go along with that. with. When you have to save everyone, how hard is that for you? That could be an interesting line to run. “
Henry explained that while he enjoyed his previous films in the role, he wants to dig deeper into the character.
The ‘The Witcher’ star said: “I felt like ‘Man of Steel’ was a wonderful opening story, an origin story for Superman. It gave him a lot of room to go beyond- beyond that and become the hero we recognize.
“’Batman v Superman’ took a tough turn on a darker road and it was a perspective Batman story and so it didn’t really show the aspects of Superman that I was very, very keen to show. ‘Justice League Snyder Cut ‘definitely leaned a bit more into that. “
Henry recently expressed a desire to play Clark Kent again and believes the lack of follow-up to the 2013 movie “Man of Steel” left him with more stories to tell as a superhero.
He said: “There are a lot of stories to tell for me as Superman, and I would love this opportunity.”