Henry Cavill is taking a pretty unique approach to promoting Justice League.
It feels like we’ve been waiting for Justice League for decades, yet here we are—and somehow, simultaneously, November 17 also sounds like far too soon for a movie this big, and with as many production problems as its had, to be imminent.
Justice League, which sounds like it could also be the name of a Twitter account Donald Trump Jr. might retweet, is the culmination of the DC Extended Universe so far; a collection of just four movies, only one of which anyone even came close to enjoying. Superman himself, Henry Cavill, knows as much, and admitted Justice League better be damn good.
“Even if Marvel didn’t exist, we’d struggle,” he said. “We were going for an attempt to be different and look at things from a slightly different perspective, which hasn’t necessarily worked.” Yeah, you could say that, Henry.
“It is even better to come back from a stylistic error,” he said, referencing one of the three stylistic errors entered into the DCEU so far, “into the correct vein, because it will make it seem that much stronger. Wonder Woman was the first step in the right direction.”
The DCEU is now four-and-a-half years old, and Wonder Woman isn’t even on iTunes yet, so this is a little more serious than an “oopsie,” as Cavill makes out. Anyway, Justice League, which we’re still all pretending Superman isn’t in, comes out in just over two weeks.
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