Henry Cavill, the DC Extended Universe Superman actor, has said that he is not going to return to film any of the additional scenes for the Justice League Snyder Cut. He said that he is not returning to shoot any new scenes for the Justice League Snyder Cut. It is an alternative version of the movie that was released in the year 2017, that stays true to the original vision of Zack Snyder. It was often discussed by the fans and the followers of the filmmaker but was not confirmed for a public release until the beginning of this year.
The director of the movie announced himself that the Justice League Snyder cut is going to be released in the year 2021 on the online streaming service providing platform, HBO Max during a watch party of Man of Steel, the first turn of Cavill as Superman. However, there were several questions about the Snyder Cut, which included the exact date of when it is going to be released on the streaming service of Warner Media.
Henry Cavill won’t be returning to film additional scenes for the Justice League Snyder Cut.
At the time, it was not very clear whether the Snyder Cut would be released as a movie or a TV show, and whether any of the cast members would need to return for additional filming or work other like ADR. However, it has been confirmed that it is going to be a four-episode series. Initially, there were reports according to which some of the members of the cast may need to return, but it seemed unlikely significant reshoots would occur.
It was reported yesterday that Justice League reshoots for the Snyder Cut would indeed take place next month, with Ben Affleck, Cavill, Ray Fisher, and Gal Gadot to return as Batman, Superman, Cyborg, and Wonder Woman respectively. However, the latest comments seem to cast some of the doubts on those reports.
In an interview to promote his new Netflix movie Enola Holmes, Cavill was asked if he would need to shoot any additional scenes or be involved in the Justice League Snyder Cut in any way. Cavill replied: Not shooting anything different. No. It’s all stuff that has been already done. I don’t know how things are going to change and evolve and adapt depending on how a different length of movie and whatever may happen in post-production.