Interviews & Magazines
Henry Cavill is featured in the June issue of Glamour UK where he talks about landing the role of Superman, getting acting advice from Russell Crowe and addresses rumours once again about the Fifty Shades of Grey movie.
Get cape. Wear cape. Fly He was once dubbed “the unluckiest man in Hollywood” after missing out — just — on blockbusters from James Bond to Harry Potter. But Henry Cavill is finally flying high as he revs up for the lead in this summer’s Superman reboot, Man Of Steel. Here, the Tudors star tells GQ about how close he came to joining the army, getting comic-book buff and being reunited with his own childhood superhero, Russell Crowe…
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… a Brit? Nick Setchfield meets Henry Cavill, the big screen’s latest Superman. Read the interview with Henry Cavill in the new issue of SFX magazine.
Is it a bird? No, it’s a hunk! In the interview for OK! magazine fit Brit Henry Cavill talks about playing out his fantasies as the new Man Of Steel...
In the interview for GQ magazine Henry Cavill discusses becoming Superman, explains that he thought he’d messed up his audition due to being overweight, reveals that he nearly missed landing the role thanks to World of Warcraft, recalls the acting advice Russell Crowe gave him at age 16, and says he’s one star who won’t pretend he’s not in it for the millions.
There are eight pages of supercoverage of Man Of Steel in the new issue of SFX, out next Wednesday, including exclusive, all-new interviews with the Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman, Henry Cavill and director Zack Snyder (plus Superman Returns director Bryan Singer and his thoughts now on his attempt to reboot Superman).
Zack Snyder says Superman ‘must be taken seriously’ Zack Snyder and Henry Cavill featured in an article in the LA Times, discussing the complexity of the Man of Steel.
Henry Cavill combines as Clark Kent, Kal-El and Superman Read the interview with Henry Cavill from Empire Magazine on Man Of Steel, his training regiment, and his desire to play James Bond.
Henry Cavill had nearly 75 years of Superman comics to consider before putting on the red cape, but four books in particular from the character’s recent history helped him shape Man of Steel.