'Justice League' Movie Cast News, Updates: Henry Cavill Unveils New 'Justice League' Promo Art Together With Make-A-Wish Foundation Kids
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Superman died in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and fans may be wondering when they will see the Man of Steel fly once more.
Warner Bros. answered fans' questions by teasing that the man from Krypton will surely make an epic comeback in the forthcoming "Justice League" movie.
Cavill lent further support to this claim with his latest Instagram and Facebook posts. His teaser not only gave a glimpse of the next DC film but also some real heroics that will surely warm the heart of fans.
He revealed that two special guests from the Make-A-Wish Foundation visited the set of "Justice League."
The Superman actor took a break from filming and welcomed two children named Orin and Summer from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Cavill warmly accommodated the kids saying that they are real superheroes.
Cavill said in his post: "I had the good fortune of meeting some real Superheroes last week. Orin, your strength is exceptional and Summer your support is a rock that is irreplaceable. You are both inspirations to us all!"
Cavill and the children were apparently in Warner Bros. studios in London where "Justice League" is still in heavy production. Despite the busy schedule of the actors, the production team generously spent some time with the children.
While hanging out in the studio, Cavill and the kids posed next to new cardboard standees of the six Justice League heroes.
Cavill and the boy, Orin, did the classic "hands on the hip" pose next to the Superman and Cyborg cutouts.
The girl named Summer did the Wonder Woman "arms up" pose beside the Wonder Woman and Aquaman cutouts.
The forthcoming "Justice League" movie will feature Ben Affleck, Cavill and Gal Gadot as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, respectively.
Joining the core members of the League are Jason Mamoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, and Ezra Miller as The Flash.
Zack Snyder, who directed "Man of Steel" and "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," also took the director's chair for "Justice League" which will hit theaters on Nov. 17, 2017.
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