Interviews & Magazines

Somebody finally tugged on Superman’s cape. The DC Comics hero, who turns 75 this year, has soared to such hallowed pop culture status since the 1938 publication of Action Comics #1 that he’s been in desperate need of being brought back down to Earth. He’s not only bulletproof, he’s faster than a speeding bullet. And if he’s ever too late to save the day — as 1981’s Superman II showed us — he can just spin the planet the other way and reverse time. You’ve always rooted for him, but you’ve never been able to relate to him. So how do you fix a character whose problem is perfection? That was the core question facing Man of Steel, a full-on…
The makers of Man of Steel had to start thinking like a cadre of supervillains: how do you get under Superman’s invincible skin and really make him hurt? This week’s cover story reveals how the new film (out June 14) attempts to humanize the superhuman by finding new flaws and vulnerabilities. The most common one, however, was off the table: “I’ll be honest with you, there’s no Kryptonite in the movie,” says director Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen) Those glowing green space rocks – Superman’s only crippling weakness – have turned up so often as a plot point in movies, the only fresh option was not to use it. Anyway, if you want to make an audience relate to a character,…
Superman gets off to a flying start in Man Of Steel, a bold, believable new dawn for the world’s biggest superhero. Total Film talks exclusively to Zack Snyder and his stars about an epic that’s as much about the man as it is about the super…
Henry Cavill says Man of Steel is "a Superman for a modern age". The British actor plays Clark Kent/Superman in the fantasy movie, which will be released later this year.
He was Total Film’s Future 100 cover star when he was first cast and this summer the pressure’s on him to make Man Of Steel soar. Henry Cavill mulls over the life-changing impact of filling some very big red boots – not to mention that suit…
It is time to start to gather a collection of mags with Henry Cavill as Superman on the covers.  This is a Limited Edition Collector's Cover of March, 2013 issue of Empire Magazine. If you are a lucky Empire subscriber, you will get early covers in the mail (like this one) minus a lot of the writing on the cover about what the other stories are. If you aren't a subscriber, this cover will have additional writing on the cover.   UPD: Photoset of Man of Steel cast & the article!
The Outsourced Superhero Superman-in-waiting Henry Cavill stands for truth, justice, and the not-actually-American way. See Henry's brief interview for Details Magazine.
Superman and his new director dish on next summer’s reinvention of the world’s first comic-book superhero
Just prior to the release of Tarsem Singh’s Immortals and while Man of Steel was in production, Ed Gross was able to sit down with actor Henry Cavill for this exclusive interview in which he discusses both and the way that his life is changing. What follows is a transcript of that interview.  
Nine months to go before we see Henry Cavill’s take on Superman in the much-anticipated Man of Steel. But this month we get a taste of Cavill as a different kind of hero — an accidental one — in the action thriller The Cold Light Of Day. In his interview for Cineplex Magazine Henry Cavill admits the perk of playing an average-guy-turned-hero in the thriller was not having to work out.