Henry Cavill's Superman is leaving the DC Universe

Henry Cavill has reportedly quit the role of Superman.

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. Cavill played the Kryptonian in Man of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. Henry Cavill is a talented actor, but he's a bit too old to play Superbaby (I have a sinking fear that that is an actual thing somewhere in a Superman comic). If Cavill is out, it looks like the two founding pillars of Warner Bros' DCEU might be leaving crimefighting behind.

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THR has updated their bombshell story, saying that Warner Bros.is now shifting their focus towards a Supergirl movie. "But contract talks between Cavill's WME reps and Warners broke down, and the door is now closing on other potential Superman appearances". Not only that, it also featured Zack Snyder going full-Zack Snyder, stumbling into self-parody with its over-the-top violence, and convoluted storyline.

With its Supergirl plans, WB is said to be keen to shelve the character of Superman for a few years before a Bond style reboot with a new leading man.

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The decision for Cavill to leave the DC Extended Universe seems like a recent one.

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.

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"There's a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn't work, ' adds the studio insider while a second source suggested the studio is hoping to hit a 'reset" after a string of failures and lack of critical acclaim.

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