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Henry Cavill never got to do a Christopher Reeve impression in Man of Steel because he got very little screentime in the Clark Kent as reporter get-up. For Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we can assume that we’ll get to see more of adult Clark Kent, although he might look a bit different based on a new picture that surfaced on Twitter Monday.
An image of Cavill dressed in a suit and tie with a trenchcoat was posted on Twitter, but not by Warner Bros. or director Zack Snyder. Instead, the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund posted the picture. The British Cavill is seen holding a t-shirt to promote the charity.
According to HitFix, the Royal Marines are celebrating their 350th anniversary with the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge. That involves the Royal Marines competing in various sports, covering 6,656 km. Cavill also did a video to promote the cause.
— RMCTF (@RMCTF) June 30, 2014
image via Twitter from RMCTF
Obviously, while the overall point of the image is for a good cause, there’s plenty to analyze within it. We see that Cavill is clearly on the set for Dawn of Justice, with machinery in the background. He’s also in full Clark Kent gear, standing next to a fold-out chair. However, we won’t really know if Clark wears glasses or not (it would be pretty hard to hide the fact that you’re Superman without them) until the film hits theaters on May 6, 2016.
image courtesy of INFphoto.com