If true, Henry would not be able to reprise his role as the comics canon would see Superman be a infant in that timeline. WB and DC are in the middle of basically pulling off a slow revamp of their cinematic universe since they screwed the whole damn thing up so much, and the Supergirl movie is their focus right now. Could all of this mean that Warner Bros. and Cavill are still in discussions about a future partnership? The actor's potentially final turn as the Man of Tomorrow was last year's Justice League, which saw the superhero resurrected in the final act and triumphantly save the day.
Superman is hanging up his red cape.
It'd certainly make for an interesting change of pace, though it seems the next standalone Superman movie is years down the line at this point, which, frankly, isn't all that surprising.
While Val-Zod would allow Warner Bros.to paint on a pretty clean slate, he also isn't the main Superman or Clark Kent.
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He's emerged as an early contender for the role, should Warner Bros. and DC opt to cast another relative unknown in the role.
While a sequel solo movie for Superman has always been rumoured, THR's report suggests that a future Superman film would not enter production for "at least several years" while the studio focuses on Supergirl. At a recent investor conference, new WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey said, "Some of our franchises, in particular at DC, we all think we can do better". "Superman is like James Bond, and after a certain run you have to look at new actors", a studio source told THR.
A representative for Henry has been contacted by MailOnline for comment. He recently starred with Tom Cruise in "Mission: Impossible - Fallout", which is now the highest grossing installment in the series.