And another cool interview has popped up, check it:
Remember, you’re able to find screen captures of all interviews Henry did at Comic-Con in our gallery.
We have a few more interviews done this weekend at Comic-Con:
I’m trying to find some more and different pictures to get posted here, in good quality. Keep checking!
British actor Henry Cavill is already at work on the new Superman reboot, “Man of Steel,” but he took a quick break on Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego, showing off a new look as he promoted his upcoming Greek gods and heroes drama, “Immortals.”
“Your hair’s a little darker,” Access Hollywood pointed out, noticing his Clark Kent-looking black-haired sheen, when Henry hit the “Immortals” press line.
“It is, yeah. Can’t imagine why,” the actor said with a sly smile.
While he was under orders to keep “Superman” related news to a minimum, Henry said working on the 2013-due project, directed by Zack Snyder, has been a dream come true.
“It’s fantastic. That’s all I can…” Henry trailed off. “It’s one of the best scripts I’ve ever read.”
Henry confirmed filming has begun in Chicago.
“It’s going really well,” he noted.