The next premiere of "The Witcher" on Netflix is allowing journalists to ask Henry Cavill for his future as Superman and recently he wanted to advance that he is still in charge of interpreting the character despite the fact that in Warner Bros. there are no plans (presumably) for a direct sequel to "The Man of Steel".
However, he has recently been asked about the topic of SnyderCut, the version of "League of Justice" which would be closer to the original version that director Zack Snyder had. Cavill rejects the question quite quickly saying that he has not seen it and that he does not even know if it exists to focus on what the future holds, for him this whole issue is an episode of the past that has closed.
I would like to talk about what will happen in the future of Superman and how I can express that character from the cartoons, something that naturally connects with "The Man of Steel", which is a movie that I really like and I wish I could tell the story where we left it at that particular moment.
By his words we could assume that there is something on the way but the actor states that he cannot say anything, except that it would be "great".
“I have not seen any Snyder cut.”
Henry Cavill and I geek out about our shared love for @ZackSnyder’S masterful MAN OF STEEL, his idea for future of his Superman character & how is character in THE WITCHER is a combination of Batman & Superman!#ReleaseTheSnyderCut #TheWitcher pic.twitter.com/xg6WWKVRAB
– Kevin McCarthy (@KevinMcCarthyTV) December 3, 2019