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And the New Superman Is…

Tudors” regular Henry Cavill has been chosen as the next man of steel, playing the dual roles of Superman and his mortal alter-ego Clark Kent in the upcoming Warner/Legendary co-production of “Superman.”

The British actor is best known for playing Charles Brandon,  the 1st Duke of Suffolk,  in Showtime’s acclaimed period-drama series “The Tudors,” but already seemed poised for a feature-film breakout with a starring role in Summit’s upcoming action film “The Cold Light of Day,” which also features Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver.

For more, go to thewrap.com.

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