Henry Cavill Girlfriend 2013: After ‘Man Of Steel’ Star Spotted In A Romantic Dinner With Ex-Gina Carano, Hollywood Hunk May Still Be Single
By Staff Writer | October 23, 2013 02:54 PM EDT
Henry Cavill girlfriend 2013: Henry Cavill, the ultra-handsome “Man of Steel” star who is now every woman’s vision of Superman was spotted having dinner with ex-girlfriend, Gina Carano in Rome earlier last week.
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The 30-year-old actor was in town filming “The Man From U.N.C.L.E” with director Guy Ritchie at the ancient city, reported the Daily Mail. It looks like he took a break from a hectic schedule to spend sometime with his reportedly former love interest.
But despite the event, there’s still a huge possibility that he may still opt to remain single because of a very demanding filming schedule. Not only will Henry be starring in a role that could effectively makes his stardom hyper-official, he’s also being rumored as a contender for the book to film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Henry Cavill is deemed one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors since he and Carano separated and his brief fling with Kaley Cuoco ended. Entertainment reporters have floated though that Henry’s work schedule is what’s keeping the international heartthrob from having time for a relationship.
The “Man of Steel” actor is starring alongside Armie Hammer and Hugh Grant in U.N.C.L.E – which has been described as a high point of his career to date, according to the Daily Mail.
In the modern-day re-make of the classic television series, Henry plays the role of Napoleon Solo. The British actor replaced Tom Cruise who was originally attached to the role but backed out due to another Mission Impossible franchise he needs to film.
In the a version that was supposed to be directed by Steven Soderbergh, George Clooney was thought to be in line to play Napoleon Solo, but a 2011 back injury may not fit George for such an action-packed role.
Other actors who was floated as possible lead by Soderbergh was Channing Tatum, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender and star of “The Killing” series, Joel Kinnaman. The “Magic Mike” director, however, abandoned the project and Warner Bros signed up Guy Ritchie for the project.
Guy signed up Henry Cavill coming fro the recent success of his work as Superman in Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel.” His co-star, Armie Hammer, was also the star of another summer 2013 blockbuster, “The Lone Ranger.”
The Daily Mail said that the film looks set to cement the two actor’s rising star power when it hits cinemas next year.
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