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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 17 weeks ago

New Man of Steel Henry Cavill Sporting Curly Locks At The Arthritis Foundation Gala (Images)

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Check out the latest images of new Man of Steel Henry Cavill from the 2012 Arthritis Foundation Gala Awards.

We see Henry with a different do this time, sporting longer hair with curly locks.

Henry Cavill was in attendance with new Superman director Zack Snyder and wife Deborah Snyder, also pictured below.

Christopher Meloni, who plays Colonel Hardy in the Man of Steel, was there as well.

Within the last year or so we've seen Henry Cavill's hair style change from his Superman look to even a buzz cut, and now this.

The Arthritis Foundation was offering the Man of Steel Experience with the highest bidder winning lunch with Zack Snyder, tickets to the LA Man of Steel premiere, a meet-and-greet with Henry Cavill, and more.

Perhaps Henry's new look is for his upcoming movie The Great Wall, which is said to be a mystery centered around the construction of the Great Wall of China. The film also starts Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) and is written by Legendary Entertainment's Thomas Tull and the writer of World War Z, Max Brooks.

Henry Cavill can next be seen on the big screen when he takes to the skies June 14th, 2013 as Superman in the Man of Steel.

For more on Henry Cavill and the Man of Steel, check out our Superman news hub.

(Images via Man of Steel Fan FB and JustJared)

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