Henry Cavill as 007

Superman Actor Henry Cavill reveals 007 dream!

Who doesn’t want to be the coolest agent on the planet, driving fancy cars and drinking cocktails with glamorous girls! Henry Cavill, aka Superman, is so eager that he’s willing give up the power of flight to make his dream come true. Scroll down to get the latest trending news on the new Bond rumors!

  • Henry Cavill is a British actor. He was born on 5 May 1983 and is 6 ft. tall.
  • His breakthrough movie was “Superman” in the DC Extended Universe. He is also well known as Geralt of Rivia in the Netflix fantasy series “The Witcher”.
  • Cavill auditioned for the role of James Bond at the age of 22 but came second to Daniel Craig.

"No Time to Die" the new installment for the James Bond saga will be the end of an era when Daniel Craig says goodbye to the role! With this movie, the 52-year-old British actor is going on his final mission for MI6. So the big question is who is going to be the new 007 after his departure?

Henry Cavell wants the part so much that in 2006 he auditioned in the cast for the movie "Casino Royale" when he was 22-year-old. Though he was not selected, instead the producers chose Craig for the role. Cavill recalled that the director told him he was a little chubby for the character. The actor took things seriously and got in shape, so well that in fact, he became the Man of Steel!

Henry as 007 looks amazing!

We are so happy to find out that Henry Cavill really wants to play Bond! The star feels that it will be the most exciting role in his Hollywood career. There are rumors in the air that he is one of the leading candidates. Fingers crossed he will be the next Bond! He was too young when he first auditioned for the role. Now, at 37 years old, he has matured and is a perfect fit for the sophisticated spy.

Corey Robertson

Corey Robertson is an American journalist and writer. She has over 20 years experience in the movie industry. A pretzels fan who loves Hollywood romantic comedies and a walk in the park. + info

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