The news that Henry Cavill wouldn’t be playing Superman in the next DC movies shocked his fans. However, the actor’s potential as the following James Bond was immediately raised by the announcement!
When was Henry Cavill James Bond?
The rumour is based on Cavill’s admission earlier this year that Daniel Craig won the job after he auditioned for it in 2005 and came in second. Craig went on to feature in four films.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who starred in Avengers: Age of Ultron, had a good chance of playing the illustrious 007. But now that Cavill has made his announcement, the former Marvel actor is up against stiff opposition from the Superman actor.
Aaron continues to have the advantage, but Henry is a close second. “Henry Cavill’s chances of becoming the next James Bond have decreased as a result of the actor’s Thursday morning announcement that he will not be returning to his role as Superman. His overnight odds of 3/1 from 6/1 to land the job are evidence that bettors have realised he will now have some spare time on his calendar “A representative for the bookmakers, Lee Phelps, stated.
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Life as a professional for Henry Cavill
Henry Cavill made his big-screen debut in Laguna in 2001, and he has since become well-known. In addition to playing the legendary DC superhero Superman, Henry Cavill won over fans for his performance in the Netflix series The Witcher. He did, however, leave the programme after the third season, and Liam Hemsworth from The Hunger Games fame took his place. His roles in Mission Impossible: Fallout, Stardust, Immortals, Enola Holmes, and The Cold Light of Day are also notable.