Henry Cavill - the actor who has portrayed the Kryptonian superhero in the recent wave of DC Comics movies - is stepping away from Warner Bros. and will no longer play the character, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
It is unaware of exactly what Cavill is trying to communicate in the video.
Nearly two hours later (8:45 am Hollywood time) then saw Henry Cavill's manager, Dany Garcia, take to Twitter to offer her client is not out as Superman, and that they are still "partners" with WB.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, star Henry Cavill is being let go by DC and Warner Bros., as they have no plans for any standalone Superman movies in the next few years.
The answer to that one is tricky to pin down - and it's been made even more confusing by Henry Cavill's latest Instagram post, which the actor shared late Wednesday night. "After a certain run, you have to look at new actors".
Cavill appeared as Superman/Clark Kent in 2013's "Man of Steel", 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", and last year's "Justice League". According to one insider, the studio is now focusing on doing a Supergirl origin story starring a teen Supergirl, which would call for a younger actor playing Superman.
Henry was in talks to make a cameo as Superman in the upcoming Shazam!
Fellow Justice Leaguers Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman 1984), Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Ezra Miller (upcoming The Flash movie) are still reportedly onboard for future installments. We still don't know if Ben Affleck will reprise his role as Batman, so Cavill's current status just adds another level of uncertainty to the DCEU.