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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 24 weeks ago

Henry Cavill's Gotta Wear Shades; New Image From The Cold Light Of Day

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Out in theaters domestically last week was the spy thriller, The Cold Light of Day, starring new Superman, Henry Cavill, as well as Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver.

While the movie didn't do all that well at the box office, I hear that at least Henry Cavill's performance was top notch, so blame the script.

We have almost a year until the Man of Steel debuts, with fans feverishly anticipating new images and video, but while we wait, the Henry Cavill Fan Facebook Page has a new image of Henry Cavill wearing shades.

Check that out below.

Recent rumors about Henry Cavill and the new Man of Steel movie includes news about Henry Cavill starring in the Justice League movie and Wonder Woman making an appearance. There's even thought that Superman might lose his powers. And recently, fellow co-stars Michael Shannon, Zod, and Amy Adams, Lois Lane, had only could things to say about Henry Cavill's super performance as well.

Stay tuned to Cosmic Book News as more on the Man Of Steel develops.

Man Of Steel flies into theaters June 14th, 2013 directed by Zack Snyder starring, Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel, Diane Lane as Martha "Ma" Kent, Kevin Costner as Jonat han "Pa" Kent, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Michael Shannon as Zod, and Russel Crowe as Jor-El.

Be sure to check out the Cosmic Book News Superman Movie Hub for even more news and information.

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