Dwayne Johnson Reveals WB Didn’t Want Henry Cavill Back as Superman

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Dwayne Johnson reveals WB didn't want Henry Cavill back as Superman
Recently released DC film Black Adam saw the much-anticipated return of Henry Cavill as Superman, a move actor Dwayne Johnson initially didn't want, according to Warner Bros. Discovery.
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In a new video that sees Black Adam becoming the #1 movie on iTunes, Johnson praises Cavill's return, noting that if they wanted to establish Black Adam as one of DC's most powerful beings, they had "the most powerful, unstoppable force." of all time in every universe", which of course is Superman.
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However, Johnson then apparently takes some shots with the higher-ups of the DC movies of the time, noting that they "inexplicably and inexcusably" didn't want Cavill to return. While Johnson didn't say much more about it, he noted that they would not take no for an answer and continued to campaign for Cavill's return.
"And you know who I'm talking about. That's Superman, of course, and that's Henry Cavill," Johnson said. "And at the end of the day, the studio didn't bring Henry Cavill back, inexplicably and inexcusably. But we didn't want to take no for an answer. Myself, my co-founder and Chair of Seven Bucks, Dany Garcia, Hiram Garcia, our President of Seven Bucks. It took years to bring Henry Cavill back. And years of strategic talks and we wouldn't take no for an answer."
Johnson went on to say that from a strategic and business standpoint, it just didn't make sense to continue expanding the DC Universe and not have Superman involved. The star then went on to say that he thinks Cavill is "the Superman of our generation" and "the greatest Superman."
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"And also, we have to reflect that there was no way, no viable, logical way for us to build the DC Universe without having the most powerful force and greatest superhero of all time sitting on the sidelines," Johnson said. "That's impossible. You can graph this whole thing 90 times. But it all comes back to the question, "Where's Superman?" You have to have Superman in the mix.
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"That's why we fought hard to bring Superman back, Henry Cavill. And by the way, there wasn't another Superman to bring back. Henry Cavill is the Superman of our generation and in my opinion the greatest Superman. And I mean that with respect for the other actors, especially Christopher Reeve. But the greatest Superman of all time.”
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Henry Cavill
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Dwayne Johnson
American actor and professional wrestler

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