Henry Cavill was paid $250,000 for his “now-deleted” Clark Kent scene in the Flash finale, as well as the same amount for his after-title cameo in Duane Johnson’s “Black Adam” The cut scene of Cavill

As Henry Cavill prepares to hang up his cape as DC’s Superman, new details have been revealed about his proposed cameo in The Flash.

DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn surprised everyone when he confirmed on Twitter that Cavill would no longer be Superman in the DC cinematic universe. The studio is going to introduce a new actor in the form of a young Man of Steel. Cavill then shared his reaction to the news, noting that he respected the decision of Gunn and the others.

However, many are wondering if Cavill will appear in The Flash with Ezra Miller, especially after the confirmation of a cameo from Man of Steel star Michael Shannon.

According to Umberto Gonzalez of The Wrap, Henry Cavill was paid $250,000 for his “now-deleted” Clark Kent scene in the Flash finale, as well as the same amount for his after-title cameo in Duane Johnson’s “Black Adam”.

KC Walsh of Geeks Worldwide noted that the cut scene of Cavill in The Flash was not with Clark Kent. Instead, the actor played Superman in Speedforce, and Barry saw him and said, “Oh, that’s where you’ve been all along”.

Walsh explained that the Superman scene was “not at the very end” of the film, as some had suggested.

To see Henry Cavill as Superman again in The Flash would be an exciting prospect for fans. Unfortunately, if the rumors are true, that’s not going to happen.

The premiere of Flash in cinemas will take place on June 16, 2023.

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