Ever since production started on Warner Bros.' Justice League, we haven't seen a whole lot of Henry Cavill on set. We did see the actor sporting Superman's spit-curl in a photo that surfaced last month, but the actor was the only main cast member absent in a video to support the Rezpect Our Water campaign. Earlier today, Henry Cavill shared a very special photo alongside two brave kids and some never-before-seen Justice League superhero art.
The actor revealed the photo on his Facebook page, where he's seen in his full Superman costume along with two young children, Orin and Summer. They are all flanked by full-sized standees representing the rest of the Justice League cast, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ben Affleck as Batman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. Here's what Henry Cavill had to say on Facebook about these two brave children.
"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! #makeawish #Superman"
While this photo does give us a better look at Superman's costume, Henry Cavill recently teased a black costume on Instagram, although we haven't seen him wearing this superhero suit. Fans of the DC Comics will know that this costume has special significance, since it's what Superman wears after he returns from the grave in the iconic Death and Return of Superman comic book arc. Although it certainly seems likely we'll see the black costume in the movie, we'll also likely see his traditional blue and red suit as well.
The Justice League cast also includes J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, Amy Adams as Lois Lane and Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko. Director Zack Snyder's superhero ensemble will hit theaters November 17, 2017, with the untitled Justice League follow-up debuting on June 14, 2019. Take a look at this new Justice League set photo below.