'Man Of Steel' Star Henry Cavill Is Done Playing Superman

Another bump in the road for Warner Brothers' long-struggling DC franchise: Henry Cavill will no longer appear as Superman.

The world of DC superheroes will reportedly have to get along without Henry Cavill's Superman. According to a new report, Henry Cavill is hanging up the cape and exiting his Superman role.

Cavill ultimately starred as Superman in three films: Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Justice League.

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The outlet contends the studio is turning a page on its cinematic universe, with a focus shifting away from the Man of Steel and toward a Supergirl film, reported just last month to be in development.

"There's a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn't work, ' adds the studio insider while a second source suggested the studio is hoping to hit a 'reset" after a string of failures and lack of critical acclaim.

It looks like the end of an era is upon Warner Bros. and the DC Extended Universe.

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