As for Cavill, the actor stirred headlines recently when he confirmed his casting in Netflix's adaptation of The Witcher.
After dying and being resurrected onscreen in the DCEU, it appears that Henry Cavill's Superman is dead again at Warner Bros.
It may be time for Henry Cavill to hang up the cape and comb back the spit-curl.
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Speaking about his new ranking, he added: "That's obviously boyhood dream stuff, something I'm incredibly proud of". He will have an unexpected week off before joining the American team for the September 28-30 Ryder Cup in Paris.
It's quite possible, then, that Warner Bros. will have both a new Superman and a new Batman, following persistent, almost two-year rumors that Ben Affleck is finished playing the Dark Knight. According to multiple reports, the star has parted ways with Warner Bros. and will not be featured as the Man of Steel in any upcoming movie ventures.
Ben Affleck's return is looking increasingly unlikely as Batman, which leaves the other Justice League heroes - Aquaman, Wonder Woman Flash and Cyborg - with strong solo projects lining up but no group action. 'There's a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn't work, ' says the studio insider. "Another source says Warners is trying to hit a "reset" button with the DC universe, steering its ship slowly into another direction". Director Matt Reeves' The Batman would, of course, then introduce a new Bruce Wayne, but an unnamed source told THR that it may be a while before a new Superman movie goes into production. The contract talks were allegedly for an appearance in next year's Shazam!
There are no plans for a third Superman film for several years, and it is now thought that Warners are shifting their strategy and focusing on standalone movies, including an upcoming Supergirl movie, which will be an origin story featuring a teen superheroine.