It looks like Henry Cavill has finally shared some behind-the-scenes update from “Justice League” Movie. A theory that has been under speculation for months recently became more likely to be part of the movie.
Since the death of the Man of Steel in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” DCEU fans believe Henry Cavill’s return will reveal the superhero in a recovering state. Fans hope Superman will be wearing the famous black suit shown in DC Comics & Animated movie.
Recently Henry Cavill uploaded an image on his official Instagram account. The actor revealed a black kryptonian suit similar to General Zod’s costume from Man of Steel movie. Check out the image below.
The in-depth detail suggests the suit to be black and white, revealing a metallic look of the black costume. Henry Cavill has also tweeted “#Superman” in the description. Fans are highly suggesting the picture to be costume used in the first act of Justice League movie.
For fans that aren’t aware, in DC Comics the black suit was used by Superman after his awakening from his deathbed. The event occurs due to the battle between the Man of Steel and Doomsday.
Due to the battle’s aftermath, Superman wears the Black suit to absorb the yellow sun’s radiation to help speed his recovery. The Man of Steel is also revealed with long hairs and grown beard after his awakening in the movie. Earlier, Zack Snyder also hinted a similar appearance for Henry Cavill in Justice League movie as well.
Directed by Zack Snyder, Justice League movie will be releasing on November 17th, 2017. Currently, the main supervillain for the film remains unconfirmed. But Steppenwolf’s appearance has been confirmed by Deborah Snyder.
In other news, it was also confirmed that Warner Bros. is working on the Man of Steel sequel as well. The studio has also started short listing directors for the movie.
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