“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” star Henry Cavill talked about the possible superhero movie fatigue, and why some people might hate superhero movies, in a recent interview. Meanwhile, an extra, who worked in one of the scenes of the movie, shared a few details about the movie.
A YouTube video of Cavill and his “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” co-star Armie Hammer spoke about their latest spy movie and some the challenges they faced. The actors were also asked to comment on Zack Snyder’s superhero movie.
Cavill was asked what he felt was the most annoying question he had to answer about his forthcoming superhero movie. The actor said that the worst thing about the movie was people wearing Batman t-shirts. The interviewer was wearing a t-shirt with the Caped Crusader’s logo.
Hammer jokingly agreed with his fellow cast member and said that he too hated Batman t-shirts. The interviewer asked why Cavill hated the t-shirts, to which the actor replied that he would have to count the number of ways in which he hated them.
The actors were then asked about why some people are saying that there is a superhero fatigue, even though there have been a number of spy movies that have been released in 2015. A few Marvel superhero movies have been released this year and the most highly anticipated DC movie “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is slated to be released in March 2016.
Cavill explained that anything that is “prevalent and on top,” people are bound to complain about it. The actor said that the superhero genre is quite prevalent this year, even though the spy genre has been “strong.” The actor said that the superhero movies are a “decade long genre” and they will keep on going.
Meanwhile, an extra, who worked on the set of “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” has revealed that there will be a party scene in the movie, which involved about a thousand extras while Cavill (Clark Kent) and Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne) were also said to be a part of the scene, CM-Life reported.