Henry Cavill’s return as DC’s Superman was big news for everyone, especially fans of the superhero franchise. So naturally, with his character being reintroduced in the post-credits scenes of black adam was the talk of the town.
But it turns out that Warner Bros. made a major change in regards to Superman before teasing his return through an appearance in the film. And the British actor underlined the same when addressing the subject in one of his recent interviews.
The Enola Holmes 2 The star spoke about the importance of the theme song attached to his DC persona and what it means to him, as well as how he felt when WB decided to change it after his appearance as Clark kent in Black Adam.
WB Changed A Major Aspect Of Superman After Henry Cavill Returned To DC
In a recent interview following the release of his new film, Enola Holmes 2, Henry Cavill also opened up about his return to the DCEU as Superman when asked about his cameo in Jaume Collet-Serra. Black Adam.
In the film starring Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam, Cavill’s Superman is also seen near the end with John Williams’ classic title track. Superman 2 (1980) playing in the background. When asked how he felt during the time with that historic theme song playing in his cameo marking his return as Superman, Cavill explained the reality behind the situation.
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The dawn of justice The actor noted that while Williams’ theme song is a highly imperative aspect when it comes to Superman, he shared particularly strong feelings for Hans Zimmer’s main soundtrack to his 2013 film, Steel man.
“The John Williams theme song is obviously incredibly important to the character. It’s something that resonates with the character and I think anybody in the world hears that…uh, anybody in the world…a a lot of the world that hears that will immediately recognize him as Superman and feel a certain way about it, and I think that’s wonderful.
But there is a catch. It turns out that Cavill feels more strongly about Hans Zimmer’s title track than John Williams’, regardless of the latter’s importance.
Henry Cavill is Team Hans Zimmer
The Complete Zack Snyder Soundtrack Album Steel man was produced by renowned German music producer Hans Zimmer. And just like John Williams’ original title track from the ’90s Superman movies, the premiere also holds some significance, even more so for Cavill.
the witcher The star spoke about the same in his interview as he acknowledged the classic theme song while simultaneously pointing out his true preference which WB apparently seems to have overlooked. Cavill mentioned how he supports “incredibly powerful feelings” regarding Hans Zimmer’s theme song and the emotions it aroused when he witnessed it in the early trailers for Steel man which was released at that time.
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“But at the same time, I think Hans Zimmer’s Man of Steel score was just as wonderful. I have incredibly powerful feelings about this because I remember watching the trailers, the first teasers came out, and I was sitting there with my friend and we’re both so excited about it, and the way the score plays… Both are incredibly powerful in their own ways and both are equally iconic to the character.
Nonetheless, Cavill seems content to simply be “back in the suit”, whether his Superman is accompanied by the title song by John Williams or Hans Zimmer because, at the end of the day, the two artists are, as the actor said, “extraordinary.”
black adam was released in theaters.
Enola Holmes 2 is now available to stream on Netflix.
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