Deadline has reported that Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan is first in line to be Cavill's replacement as Superman, with studio Warner Bros "mulling a completely different direction with its Superman canon for some time". Zack Snyder's Man of Steel was the first of these films, where Cavill made his debut as a young, untried Superman.
Instead, Warner Bros.is shifting its attention to developing a Supergirl movie. The decision reportedly came after contract negotiations with Warner Bros. fell apart.
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Regardless, a source who spoke with the publication claimed that Superman was "a lot like James Bond", because, after a while, there is a need for a change in actors. The source goes on to share, "There's a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn't work". If Cavill is out, it looks like the two founding pillars of Warner Bros' DCEU might be leaving crimefighting behind.
IRISH ACTOR Colin O'Donoghue has been earmarked as one of the early frontrunners to replace Henry Cavill as Superman. He followed up the portrayal in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) and Justice League (2017). At Forbes, Scott Mendelson writes, "It is ironic that DC Films series is now kept afloat not by Batman and Superman but by Wonder Woman and (presumably) Aquaman".
Cavill's tenure as the Big Blue Boy Scout hasn't exactly been a success, with his three movies underachieving both critically and commercially, and he hasn't had the chance to play a "true" version of the character. Aside from The Hunger Games franchise, Claflin has mostly stuck to period pieces and romance films (Me Before You was a nice little hit for him).