In the wake of reports that Henry Cavill is abandoning Superman, Justice League executive Zack Snyder has taken to Vero to share an in the background picture from the film including the majority of the legends joined.
This wasn’t the main response to news of the split Snyder shared on Vero, having likewise shared a storyboard of the first run through Superman took off in Man of Steel while including the subtitle underneath, “It is anything but a ‘S’.” This is a reference to a scene later in the motion picture in which Superman discloses to Lois Lane that the image on his chest speaks to trust instead of being a letter from the English letters in order.
In spite of no official designs having been reported for another film including Superman, DC Extended Universe fans hadn’t been apprehensive about Cavill going separate ways from the establishment, given he generally sounded excited to push ahead as the character. Word came not long ago that there were contract transactions that were started for an appearance in Shazam!, with entanglements apparently bringing about a split among Cavill and the studio.
Naturally, these gossipy tidbits destroyed the web, with a few fans alleviated that Cavill was proceeding onward while others were squashed at not getting the chance to see the performing artist progress toward becoming Superman once more. The performing artist himself, in any case, took to Instagram late in the day to share a video of himself wearing a shirt decorated with “Krypton” while likewise playing with one of his Superman activity figures. It was misty whether this was intended to verify or refute the reports, however suggested regardless he appreciates the character.
Ben Affleck’s Batman, then again, is still in motion, as reports have coursed for a considerable length of time that the on-screen character needed to separate himself from the job, notwithstanding no official word developing about his status with the fate of the DCEU.
Next up for DC is Aquaman, which lands in theaters on December 21st. Shazam! is slated to hit theaters on April 5, 2019, while Wonder Woman 2 hits theaters on November 1, 2019