Superman: Is He Krypton or off? Contract Row Could Bring Down Man of Steel Cavill; HENRY THE 007TH? Cavill Is Tipped for Bond roleSO, WHO CAN PICK UP THE CAPE?

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Superman: Is He Krypton or off? Contract Row Could Bring Down Man of Steel Cavill; HENRY THE 007TH? Cavill Is Tipped for Bond roleSO, WHO CAN PICK UP THE CAPE?


Byline: JESSICA BOULTON Showbiz Editor (Features)

HENRY Cavill could quit his Superman role in a studio row over a new contract.

And his departure may open the door for the cinema's first black Man of Steel with Michael B Jordan as a frontrunner to succeed him.

Cavill is reported to have failed to get a deal with Warner Bros over a cameo in the next DC Universe film.

Yesterday the 35-year-old Brit left fans confused after posting a video of himself weight-lifting with a Superman doll captioned "Today was exciting #Superman".

Meanwhile his agent Dany Garcia has denied he was leaving, tweeting: "The cape is still in his closet. [WB] has been and continues to be our partners as they evolve the DC Universe."

As the will-he? won't-he? saga went on, bookies slashed the odds on Jersey-born Cavill re-placing Daniel Craig as 007 after the next film from 16/1 to 8/1. One insider said: "If Henry hangs up his cape he would be free if Barbara Brocolli ever wanted him for Bond."

Cavill starred in 2013's Man of Steel, 2016's Batman v Superman and 2017's Justice League.

The uncertainty over his future exploded after he confirmed he would not do a much-anticipated cameo in next year's Shazam!, a related film from DC Universe.

Warner Bros said their "great respect" for Cavill remains "unchanged" but confirmed "no decisions have been made regarding any upcoming Superman films". …

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