Henry Cavill Joins the Mission: Impossible 6 Cast

Henry Cavill Joins the Mission: Impossible 6 Cast

Christopher McQuarrie has revealed, via Instagram, that Superman star Henry Cavill (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, upcoming Justice League) has joined the Mission: Impossible 6 cast! He will join Tom Cruise in the Paramount Pictures and Skydance sequel, which will also see the return of Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner. It was recently revealed that The Crown and Everest star Vanessa Kirby will have a role as well.

Production on the upcoming Mission: Impossible 6 is set to begin April 10 in Paris with McQuarrie, who previously helmed Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, once again writing and directing. McQuarrie noted in a recent interview that even more familiar faces from the franchise will be returning for the upcoming film.

McQuarrie’s return to the franchise marks the first time a director has helmed more than one Mission: Impossible film. Brian De Palma directed the original adaptation, which was followed by sequels directed by John Woo, J.J, Abrams and Brad Bird.

Mission: Impossible 6 is set to debut in theaters July 27, 2018.

Henry Cavill teases black Superman suit

It looks like black is the new black for Henry Cavill’s Superman.

On Monday the Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star shared a close-up photo of what appears to be an updated costume for the Last Son of Krypton, with an inky color scheme and an intricate armor-like texture. The image is accompanied by a single hashtag: “#Superman.” Continue reading

Snyder and Cavill Both Eager for Solo Superman Movie for Different Reasons

Snyder and Cavill Both Eager for Solo Superman Movie

Back when Warner Bros. revealed their full slate of DC Comics films, no release dates were given for stand alone Superman and Batman movies, both of which are being planned with the latter currently being written by Geoff Johns and Ben Affleck. The Man of Steel himself, Henry Cavill, has spoken about it previously, citing that allowing the rest of the DCEU to expand around him on film would allow for a better use of the character in the future.

Speaking with IGN, however, Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder offered a different reason for why it hasn’t happened, but maintained it’s something he’d like to see done. Continue reading

Superman Sixth Scale Figure by Hot Toys

“Black and blue, god vs. man, day vs. night!”

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the epic blockbuster by DC Comics and Warner Brothers, will hit theaters around the world in March 2016! In this exciting film, fearing the actions of the god-like Superman left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable and forceful vigilante Batman will take on Metropolis’ most revered, modern-day savior.

To get fans ready for this installment of the DC Extended Universe, Sideshow Collectibles, and Hot Toys are very excited to officially present the sixth scale collectible figure of Superman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice!

The movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Henry Cavill as Superman in the movie and features a newly developed head sculpt, movie-accurate body proportion, newly tailored Superman costume with embossed pattern, the iconic red cape made with new material, and a specially designed Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice themed figure stand. This special edition includes an additional LED light-up Kryptonite as a bonus accessory. Continue reading

Christopher Reeve Vs. Henry Cavill


In our next versus round up we have 2 actors that have played the same part! Superman!  Who was the best actor that have played Superman!  There actually have been many, 8 to be exact! In live films! But for today, we are focusing only on 2. Christopher Reeves and Hnery Cavill!  I know many might argue to include others  but  for this purpose its only the 2!  So with that said  who would make the better Kryptonian alien super hero!  We will let you decide!

Superman, also known as the Man of Steel, is one of the most powerful superheroes in the DC Universe. His abilities include incredible super-strength, super-speed, invulnerability, freezing breath, flight, and heat-vision. Born as Kal-El on the dying planet Krypton, his parents Jor-El and Lara sent him in a rocket to the planet Earth where he would be the last surviving member of his race. His rocket was discovered by the kindly Jonathan and Martha Kent, who raised him as their son Clark Kent in the town of Smallville, Kansas. His upbringing provided him with strong moral values, and life-long friends Lana Lang and Pete Ross. In his secret identity he works as a reporter at the Daily Planet in the city of Metropolis. This is where he interacts with his love interest Lois Lane, and his co-workers Perry White and Jimmy Olsen. His greatest nemesis is the brilliant super-villain Lex Luthor. To preserve the memory of his home planet and provide him rest from his double-life and adventures, he maintains a Fortress of Solitude at the North Pole.

Superman remains proud of his dual heritage, taking seriously the lessons of his birth-parents and his adopted parents. Although he is an alien to this world, he heavily values his humanity, and fights with conviction for truth, justice, and the American way. There are several other heroes inspired by or directly related to his legacy, including Superboy and Supergirl. He is also a member of the Justice League of America and the Legion of Super-Heroes.

Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938, first appearing in Action Comics #1. His supporting cast and his villains have had a lengthy publication history, making him one of the three most important characters at DC Comics including Batman and Wonder Woman.


Christopher Reeve – The Superman films (1978-1987)

Man_of_Steel_38254Reeve was incredible in the role, portraying Clark as a wimpy, fainting small town everyman, every bit mild-mannered. But then he would change that completely, and with such simple effects as deepening his voice, standing straight, and showing some backbone (as well as parting his hair on the other side), he became Superman. He was also the first actor to honestly convey the idea that this man isn’t human, but an alien who, while having grown up on Earth, isn’t truly one of us. While the film series became a little sillier with every entry, Reeve always played the role as though it were Hamlet or King Richard, selling his lines and never seeming condescending of the material.

He had an honest respect for the property, and could have gone on longer with it had it not been for shoddy scripts and a back injury in 1995 that left him paralyzed. Reeve made the role his own, and became Superman for a whole new generation.

Henry Cavill - man of steel (2013-present)

movies-man-of-steel-henry-cavill-supermanAs Superman, Henry Cavill becomes the third British actor to play the lead role of a comic book superhero (once again, Christian Bale is Batman and Andrew Garfield is the new Spider-Man). He also becomes the first non-American to play Superman. Although he’s turned it around big time, the critics who once felt sorry for him now have the knives out, saying a Brit shouldn’t be playing the all-American Clark Kent and his stars and stripes hero alter-ego. But Henry is unfazed. He explains: “He is from the planet Krypton. He doesn’t have to be an American,” Henry says. “If we were really true to the story, I would be an invulnerable alien. But I’m not, I’m an actor. Superman is an American icon. Whether it’s an American role or not, I can’t be sure... Superman stands for something very universal. He was certainly raised in America but he himself is not necessarily an American, because he’s come from a place very far away... He is very different and therefore all the more beautiful when he tries to do so much for all of us, who are totally different from him.”

At the Man of Steel panel at Comic-con 2012 Henry Cavill said on what he plans to bring to the Superman legend: “I just wanted to bring as much of the modern Superman into the world. You, guys, know everything about him, but it’s for everyone out there as well who hasn’t experienced what Superman can be. With this, hopefully I bring a modern version which everyone can associate with.”

“It is pretty intense, I’m not gonna lie,” Henry said when talked to the responsibilities which come with the role. “I’ve just been looking at the trailer and... I get to wear that on my chest. I just really, really hope I've done everything I need to do to please you, guys, because this is 100% for you, guys. Thanks for the support.”

Now that you have heard  some about  each actor that have played the name of steel who would you choose?

Christopher Reeve
8 Vote
Henry Cavill
0 Vote
Tie Breaker
0 Vote
Another actor who played superman
0 Vote

Henry Cavill Calls Batman v Superman ‘Cinematic History’

Henry Cavill talks about Batman v Superman

At the BAFTA Tea Party, Henry Cavill was asked several times about Warner Bros. Pictures’ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, coming to theaters on March 25, 2016. Speaking to The Daily Mail (via Henry Cavill News), Cavill was asked what we can expect from the anticipated movie. Continue reading