Henry Cavill’s manager urges Superman fans to chill out, ‘the cape is still in his closet’

fans have been in turmoil about the future of Henry Cavill’s Superman for days.

But the actor’s manager served up the latest hint that he’s going nowhere when she urged fans to ‘be peaceful’ on Wednesday.

‘The cape is still in his closet,’ Dany Garcia tweeted. ‘ has been and continues to be our partners as they evolve the DC Universe.’

It was claimed the actor would not return to the red cape after talks fell through with Warner Bros, following a scheduling conflict which forced Cavill to turn down a cameo in Shazam!

A statement released to on Thursday confirmed that ‘no decisions had been made regarding any upcoming Superman films.’

‘We’ve always had great respect for and a great relationship with Henry Cavill, and that remains unchanged.’

THR’s sources had inferred that the studio were .

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Film pundits in the know suggest Michael B Jordan is the first in line to replace Henry, if it is to be believed that fingers are hovering over the ‘reset’ button for Superman.

There’s even claims that Superman will go on the back burner, while studio bosses’ priority shifts to Supergirl.

Henry himself  about the DC cinematic universe with a bizarre video on Thursday.


In an Instagram post, Cavill is seen lifting up a Superman doll in a ‘Krypton Lifting Team’ t-shirt, captioned: ‘Today was exciting #Superman.’

Cavill has played Superman since 2013’s Man Of Steel, going onto appear in Batman V Superman and last year’s DC superhero team-up Justice League.

It’s another hanging question mark hanging over the DC cinematic universe, with claims Ben Affleck is also leaving Batman behind.

Cavill recently enjoyed success in Mission: Impossible Fallout, and has been cast as the lead in Netflix’s The Witcher series.



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