“I kinda wish he had misbehaved”: After On-screen Romance With Henry Cavill, Amy Adams Could Feel Why the Man of Steel Star Makes Women Feel Jealous

Amy Adams has been vocal about her love for Cavill both professionally and personally. She also seemed to be completely spellbound by his charm and good looks.

"I kinda wish he had misbehaved": After On-screen Romance With Henry Cavill, Amy Adams Could Feel Why the Man of Steel Star Makes Women Feel Jealous

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  • Amy Adams seemed to be completely spellbound by Henry Cavill's charm and good looks when they worked in Man of Steel.
  • Both Amy Adams and Henry Cavill enjoyed working together on the film and had a mutual respect for each other.
  • Henry Cavill was considered for the role of James Bond but it ultimately went to Daniel Craig.
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Henry Cavill is one of the most charismatic and good-looking actors of the current generation. In addition to being a handsome lad, he is a capable actor who has starred in many successful films throughout his career. Although he is mostly known for portraying Superman, some of his other projects such as Stardust, Immortals, The Man from U.N.C.L.E, Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Witcher, and Enola Holmes show his versatility as an actor. He is much more than the role of Superman and his lineup of films is as interesting as it gets.

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Henry Cavill
Henry Cavill

That said, Cavill as Superman has been lauded by fans who have criticized Warner Bros for not utilizing the character to its full potential. Before he was recast, they had been campaigning for a sequel to his solo Man of Steel, which also starred Amy Adams. The actress has been vocal about her love for Cavill both professionally and personally. She also seemed to be completely spellbound by his charm and good looks when they worked in Man of Steel.

Also read: Henry Cavill Risks His Shot at Highlander With John Wick Director Who Has a Serious Complaint About the Actor’s Schedule

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Amy Adams Is Amazed and in Awe of Henry Cavill’s Charm and Humility

Henry Cavill and Amy Adams in Man of Steel
Henry Cavill and Amy Adams in Man of Steel

Amy Adams and Henry Cavill starred in 2013’s Man of Steel which starred Zack Snyder’s interconnected DC films for Warner Bros. Both of them enjoyed working together on the film and had a mutual respect for each other. Adams went a notch further and revealed how she was amazed and in awe of Cavill’s good looks and humble nature. While talking about her on-screen kiss with Cavill, she said, (via HenryCavillNews.com)

“Yeah, that will definitely keep your feet off the ground for a bit. I can completely understand that [others feel jealous]! He feels nice and firm. He’s the nicest person on top of being just a wonderful actor and wonderful looking. He’s also got this great humility and he does a really great job in the role. He’s got a great sense of humor, but he’s not cheeky at all, so… I kind of wish he’d misbehaved!”

Adams’ comments are reflective of what Cavill is known for among fans and his other co-stars. In addition to being good-looking, he has a humble and generous personality which has led to him being relatable and normal, compared to other celebrities.

Also read: “This guy is everything you’d imagine”: While James Bond Producers Discarded Henry Cavill, Kingsman Director Claims He Was Born for the Role

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Martin Campbell Says Henry Cavill’s James Bond Audition Was Tremendous

Henry Cavill in Argylle
Henry Cavill in Argylle

Martin Campbell directed the best Daniel Craig James Bond film Casino Royale. At the time, Henry Cavill was also considered for the role but it ultimately went to Craig. Campbell recently revealed how Cavill’s audition for Bond went during the time and gave his opinion about Cavill as the next Bond. He told Express.co.uk,

“He looked great in the audition. His acting was tremendous. And look, if Daniel didn’t exist Henry would have made an excellent Bond. He looked terrific, he was in great physical shape… very handsome, very chiseled. He just looked a little young at that time back then. Henry’s 40, so by the time he’s done the third one he’s going to be 50 and anything beyond that’s two, three years per Bond. He’s in good shape Henry, he’s a good guy. He did very well in the audition, but ironically he was too young.”

Cavill is already portraying a suave spy in Matthew Vaughn’s upcoming film Argylle which also stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Rockwell, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, Dua Lipa, Ariana DeBose, John Cena, and Samuel L. Jackson. He will also star in Guy Ritchie’s WWII action film The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare alongside Eiza González, Alan Ritchson, and Henry Golding.

Also read: Argylle: What is Henry Cavill’s New Movie About That’s Expected to Be the Next James Bond Killer After Matt Damon’s Jason Bourne?

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