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“He really is badass. King of Kings”: Internet Acknowledges Henry Cavill’s Effort To Celebrate International Men’s Day By Cooking a Brisket While Rest of Hollywood Stays Mum

Henry Cavill cooks a brisket for International Men's Day!

Henry Cavill supremacy has only begun its reign and it will be a long while before the fan craze around the Hollywood A-lister filters down to a moderately healthy dose of favoritism. The Man of Steel actor, best defined for his role as Superman in the DCU, recently broke the internet after appearing as the superhero character after a long period of dormancy on the sidelines.

Now, with the resurgence of the public’s unanimous fondness for him, Henry Cavill’s every move, interview, and social media post draws the immediate attention of the world that looks toward the future for a sign of the long-awaited Man of Steel 2.

Henry Cavill
Henry Cavill

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Henry Cavill Enjoys Time Off From the Global Cacophony

The past year has experienced more popular culture sensationalism than the past decade. Henry Cavill remains a massive contributor to one of the events that have made 2022 a year worth remembering. Beginning with rumors of his return as Superman that quickly turned into a full-blown tease from The Rock, Henry Cavill was already wearing his red cape in the eyes of the DC fandom. But the theatres across the globe erupted from the hysteria that overflowed after the public witnessed and confirmed in real-time that Superman has indeed returned to his rightful throne in the mid-credits scene of Black Adam.

Henry Cavill returns as DCEU's Superman
Henry Cavill returns as DCEU’s Superman

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After participating in a fulfilling narrative as the legendary literary classic hero, Sherlock Holmes, in Netflix’s Enola Holmes 2, the fans who were calling for a solo Sherlock film would soon tune in for another massive disappointment. Not only would there not be a solo Sherlock film (for more honorable reasons than one might think), but Cavill was in fact taking a break from all television and streaming platform series, including The Witcher. The phenomenon surrounding Cavill’s exit from the Netflix epic fantasy series had caused enough anger to be reverberated across in echoes for generations.

However, now that the world has relatively calmed down for a little while, the king of nerds who spends his spare time building and painting Warhammer models and constructing his very own Superman PC from scraps and scratch now takes some time off to cook a brisket for the first time on the momentous event of International Men’s Day.

Henry Cavill lays down his Witcher medallion
Henry Cavill lays down his Witcher medallion

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Fans Universally Clamor Over Henry Cavill’s Brisket Era

In no language does Henry Cavill cooking a brisket on International Men’s Day not sound like the opening statement of a very elaborate standup special. But given that it’s Henry Cavill of all people, the fact that it is actually true in real-time needs to be taken with a grain of salt. But the fandom that has already resigned to its fate of forever being in awe of the British actor and all his unexpected traits, now cannot keep calm after Cavill wishes his fans on the 19th of November alongside a video of him slicing through a fully cooked brisket.

The Justice League actor has now officially crossed over into the legend status for acknowledging and celebrating International Men’s Day while the rest of Hollywood is still occupied with cooking Turkeys for Thanksgiving and getting ready for their Black Friday end sales. If the internet wasn’t already obsessed with him, Henry Cavill has surely done it now.

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Written by Diya Majumdar

At 25, Diya Majumdar is inching closer to getting to the bottom of every film and television's history in existence. Having graduated with honors in literature from Miranda House, DU, her passion and profession both include dissecting the world of cinema, with more than 800 published articles on Fandomwire. She is a liberally opinionated person with an overbearing love for Monet, Edvard Munch, and Van Gogh and boasts of being an avid painter of all their troubled works.