The Witcher series is set to stream on Netflix in just over two weeks, so as you might image, Henry Cavill has been quite busy promoting the upcoming fantasy series. During a recent interview, Cavill was asked if he’d seen “the Snyder Cut” and if he knows anything about it. The actor was quick to point out that unlike his Justice League cast members, he hasn’t seen “the Snyder Cut” and honestly knows nothing about it.
Before shifting the conversation to The Witcher, Cavill expressed his interest in playing Superman in the future, and that if it were up to him, he’d like to continue the story following the effects of Man of Steel, saying “I’d like to get to tell the story where it was left, at that point.”
Check out Cavill’s interview with Kevin McCarthy of ReelBlend below:
“I have not seen any Snyder cut.”
Henry Cavill and I geek out about our shared love for @ZackSnyder’s masterful MAN OF STEEL, his idea for future of his Superman character & how is character in THE WITCHER is a combination of Batman & Superman!#ReleaseTheSnyderCut #TheWitcher pic.twitter.com/xg6WWKVRAB
— Kevin McCarthy (@KevinMcCarthyTV) December 3, 2019
Over the past few months, the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement has been an essential topic of discussion, with Justice League cast members Jason Momoa, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Ray Fisher all confirming the “Snyder Cut” exists and should be released. Unfortunately for some fans, as Cavill alluded to during the interview, while clips and footage do exist, the likelihood of Zack Snyder’s cut being released is improbable.
Considering the fact that both Aquaman and Joker surpassed a billion at the box office, a new Batman film is in the works, and Wonder Woman 1984 set to hit theatres next summer, Warner Bros. and DC focusing any of their attention on past projects feels like a step in the wrong direction, but that’s just our opinion.
Would you like to see “the Snyder Cut” be released? On top of that, if Superman is recast down the road, who would you like to replace Cavill? Let us know in the comments below.