After the Justice League filming wrap in London, it looks like the “Man of Steel” actor decided to dedicate his time to some brutal fitness test. Henry Cavill was recently part of the Royal Marines Commando Challenge held on Sunday in Devon, UK.
It has been revealed that DCEU’s Man of Steel went through a “10K portion of the Royal Marines Commando Challenge.” Fortunately, Henry Cavill proved that he is a superman in reality as well.
Henry Cavill also gave a small interview post his Commando Challenge. The actor revealed his difficulties in completing the challenge by moving past the obstacles.
Henry Cavill is the ambassador of the Royale Marines Commando Challenge. The “Man of Steel” went through the 10K of mud obstacles as part of charity program. Recently, he was also nominated for JustGiving Awards.
Fans can check out a clip of Henry Cavill at the finish line during the Commando Challenge below. The actor went through his last obstacle, the sheep dip and aced it, according to a report from Daily Mail.
In the interview with Henry Cavill news, the actor also revealed that “the sheep dip, not so bad, that stage that we got the sheep dip, it was a wonderful cool off.” Fans can watch the entire video below.
Henry Cavill will soon travel to Iceland to continue his filming for Zack Snyder’s movie, according to the Visit Westfjords site. Justice League will be releasing on November 17th, 2017.
While Henry Cavill currently has no other filming projects in Hollywood, the actor will soon reprise his superman role for DCEU’s “Man of Steel” sequel. The project has been greenlit by Warner Bros, but its progress is unknown.
Fans are speculating that Brianiac could be the villain in “Man of Steel 2.” Although it’s not confirmed, DC fans are currently concentrating on upcoming movies like Wonder Woman and Justice League.
For more Comic Book Movie News, you can subscribe to our newsletter. If you are a social media junkie and would like to receive updates on your timeline, then you can also like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.