Unlike Jason Momoa (Aquaman) or Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill (Superman) almost always remained aloof about the existence of the Justice League Snyder Cut.
However, to his surprise (and everyone’s) during the Man of Steel Watch Party (2013) the British actor had the joy of witnessing the announcement remotely.
Curiously, he did it with a rather familiar look: the mustache that caused so much controversy during the film’s premiere.
While the virtual gathering around the Kryptonian film between Zack Snyder and the fans was taking place, Henry Cavill made his appearance and, ironic as it may seem, he did it boasting his already famous mustache.
Below you can enjoy a couple of screenshots of that meeting you may recall, the 37-year-old actor was filming Mission Impossible 6:
Impact (2018) to bring August Walker, who wore a beard and a pronounced mustache, to life. However, he had to return to the Justice League set to do some reshoots for the film.
However, his facial hair was a small impediment, so it had to be removed digitally. A movement that, incidentally, cost the production of DC Comics and Warner Bros. about $ 25 MDD, according to Variety.
Later, Henry Cavill shared the news through his social networks, where he published an encouraging message for Zack Snyder and all the fans of the movement.
We had a little chat with Zack Snyder after the Man of Steel Watch Party. Ladies and gentlemen, it finally happened. Snyder’s cut will be out next year!
Now, I know there have been two positions on the whole Snyder Cut thing and if it would ever happen. Just remember, now we will all have more of Justice League, it is a victory. So be nice to each other. Congratulations, Mr. Snyder! “, wrote.
For the moment, we could infer that the famous facial hair has been the product of confinement.
In addition to taking into account that the actor, he paused his activities within the recordings of the second season of Netflix’s The Witcher to give life to Geralt of Rivia.
Justice League: Snyder Cut has a premiere scheduled for sometime in 2021 via HBO Max. The latest news from the filmmaker points out that 75% of the new version will be material never seen before.