Henry Cavill Calls Filming Superman Reboot ‘Fantastic’

written by Luciana XXIV.VII

British actor Henry Cavill is already at work on the new Superman reboot, “Man of Steel,” but he took a quick break on Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego, showing off a new look as he promoted his upcoming Greek gods and heroes drama, “Immortals.”

“Your hair’s a little darker,” Access Hollywood pointed out, noticing his Clark Kent-looking black-haired sheen, when Henry hit the “Immortals” press line.

“It is, yeah. Can’t imagine why,” the actor said with a sly smile.

While he was under orders to keep “Superman” related news to a minimum, Henry said working on the 2013-due project, directed by Zack Snyder, has been a dream come true.

“It’s fantastic. That’s all I can…” Henry trailed off. “It’s one of the best scripts I’ve ever read.”

Henry confirmed filming has begun in Chicago.

“It’s going really well,” he noted.

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Collider Interview

written by Luciana XXIV.VII

With visionary director Tarsem Singh at the helm, Immortals is certain to be a film that is much talked about, when it hits theaters in November. An epic tale of treachery, vengeance and destiny among the Greek Gods, it promises to be a stylish and spectacular 3D adventure that is as unique as the filmmaker himself. In it, actor Henry Cavill plays Theseus, a stonemason who vows to avenge the death of his mother and who is called upon to embrace his destiny in a final battle for the future of humanity.

After their Hall H panel presentation at Comic-Con, Henry Cavill and Tarsem Singh talked about the appeal of a project like this, what changed to make an almost non-existent script something that could be brought to life for the screen, what the overall tone will be, and why 3D worked for this. Cavill also talked about how he’s already put on 25 pounds in training for playing Superman in Man of Steel, how it’s both humbling and an honor to take on a role that he hopes he can do justice with, and how he’s chosen not to focus on the celebrity aspect of all the attention he’s now receiving. Check out what they had to say after the jump:

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Comic-Con Interviews

written by Luciana XXIV.VII

I added a couple of interviews done yesterday, hoping more to come.

So happy that finally someone decided to ask him questions about the movie he IS promoting right now. 😉
More interviews under the cut:

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July 24 Interviews Videos

Man of Steel: Henry Cavill reacts to production delay

written by Luciana XXIII.VII

Plenty of fans were surprised when news broke that the release date for Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot, “Man of Steel,” was pushed back six months to June 14, 2013 — but none more so than the would-be superhero himself, Henry Cavill.

“They broke it to me gently,” he told MTV News on Saturday (July 23) at San Diego Comic-Con. “I was just told the other day. It’s OK, it’s nothing to do with me. That’s stuff which I have no control over. I just focus on the character and do my job.”

Speaking of stepping into the shoes of the iconic superhero — or tights, rather — Cavill said he’s “prepared enough” but anxious to start production. “I’m really raring to go,” he said. “It’s exciting, humbling, and about time to get started.”

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