Originally Posted by The Boy Scout
The general consensus was that he was decent, not bad.
And Shannon doesn't seem like the type to exaggerate, so I'll give you that, but I could see Adams making Cavill out to be a little better than he is if they had developed a good relationship on set.
Was actually watching this digital spy interview with Shannon earlier, and he's asked about Cavill. But because he'd only done one scene with him at the time, he basically said he couldnt comment.
I kind of respect that. He could have easily just said 'He's going to be amazing' or something, but he didn't. He said he was going to find out.
And then AFTER he actually worked with him and had a chance to form his own opinion, he's said in more recent interviews how good he thought he was.
Here's the interview anyway: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/n...ry-cavill.html
'Why do I find all of this so horrible to explore?
Sure, they are interesting questions that I don't mind seeing in an elseworlds GN. But as a theme for the film that is kicking off the tone of the whole JL, and in a film that is presenting Superman to the general audience in a way that current generations will remember him?
I just don't like it. It's dark, it's depressing and it's not how I like the tone of Superman films to be.'