Henry Cavill has hinted that he will have a say in his upcoming projects and will be able to navigate with more creative freedom than ever before.
The British actor has never been one to stick to the script and operate mechanically, and he’s spoken about it time and time again, explaining that he rather likes to impart his own vision and ideas to the roles than he plays. And although he often faced some problems when it came to exercising said control over his projects, the Steel man star has now revealed that things are about to change as he moves forward in his career with new opportunities.
Now that the dawn of justice The star finally put his cape back on and returned to the DC Universe as the mighty Superman, a Steel man the sequel is not too far in the future. And with the actor being able to have more creative control over his superhero persona, as he pointed out, the project is going to get all the more hype now.
Henry Cavill will finally be able to bring his creativity to the table
Henry Cavill has always been a fan of the imagination, but he was rarely allowed to bring his visions to life with little or no creative control in his hands. But it looks like things are about to look up for his future plans, as the Enola Holmes star claims he will now be able to work without any restrictions preventing him from doing so.
Cavill recently made an appearance in the video series of Deadline title The movie that lit my wick, in which he announced that his future projects were taking off, being able to present his own ideas and opinions instead of working monotonously.
“I think I’m only starting to do that now,” Cavill said in response to the question about being able to exercise creative control over his roles.
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“I think that will happen in my next chapter, the chapter we’re opening at this point. So far, I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to work with people like Matthew Vaughn and Guy Ritchie and [Christopher] Macquarie, and others. But I think this next chapter is when I can finally speak in my own language and be there from the beginning of the creative process, from the birth of each idea to the realization, to its culmination on screen.
Cavill recently announced his departure from the Netflix fantasy/adventure series, the witcher, after playing the role of Geralt of Rivia for three seasons, and according to sources, the main reason for his departure from the series was the number of limitations and differences he faced with the showrunners. Perhaps James Gunn realized it was in everyone’s interest if Cavill was able to take the reins as he deserved, lest they lose Superman too.
Henry Cavill is grateful for his partner’s endless support
The pale lights of day The star also spoke about how grateful he is for all the love and support he receives from his family and his significant other, Natalie Viscuso, and how they play a major role in the growth of his career.
“It’s about reaching out to your family, to those who know you best and to those you know best too, so you can tell when they’re lying. They say things like, ‘You did a really good job there,’ and it’s sincere.”
Cavill proudly admitted the fact that his parents’ approval still matters to him, and also acknowledged his longtime partner Natalie, saying she was a monumental figure. “support system” to him and helped him see the big picture in regards to a lot of things.
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“I think lately my partner, Natalie, she’s had that…She’s been an amazing support system for me and really opened my eyes to a lot of things.”
The couple have been together for over a year now, and although they choose to keep most of their relationship private from the prying eyes of social media, Cavill and Viscuso are extremely happy with each other.
Cavill will soon appear on the big screens as Superman with a man of steel 2 would be under construction.
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