I added 390+ screencaptures of a 2002 episode Henry guest starred at “The Inspector Lynley Mysteries” aired on BBC television during 2001-2008.
Dean Cain wishes British actor Henry Cavill all the best in his new role of Superman. The American actor starred as the superhero alongside Teri Hatcher in hit 90s TV show Lois And Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
“They (journalists) asked me because he’s a Brit you know, so they said ‘a Brit’s going to go play Superman and it’s a big deal. How did I feel about that?’ like it’s a big affront. I have no problem with that whatsoever because the reality is the character himself Superman was from another planet but he was raised in the middle of America with small town American values.
It’s a tough role. I think he’s going to do fantastically he’s a very good actor. You never know what you’re going to get into. It’s a big role, it’s an iconic role. I wish him luck.
This video was posted on Youtube a few months ago, but I just noticed it today. On this video, Henry is in one of his earliest performances – ‘old storyteller man‘ in ‘The Woodcutter and the Dove‘ at St. Michael’s Preparatory School, Jersey, circa 1990.
I was planning to add this ones with the streaming videos, but I had an issue with my video section, so it will come in separate updates. Added more than 1200 screencaptures of several interviews Henry did while promoting Immortals at Wondercon, back in April. The respective videos are coming soon!
Today’s the release of “Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006)” and MTV has talk with the great Richard Donner, director of the first Superman movie. He anwered some question, including one about Henry cast as Superman.
MTV: What do you think of the upcoming reboot of the “Superman” franchise and the new lead, Henry Cavill?
DONNER: It’s going to be really tough on this guy, but he’s a wonderful actor and has a great director working with him. I think they’ll do a sensational job, because I truly believe their dedication to the product is honest. That film that they’re making, they believe in it, and that’s all you need: a good director, and to believe in your project. You can’t ask for more.