Cast member Henry Cavill poses for pictures after his arrival to the Australian premiere of "Man of Steel"
Cast member Henry Cavill poses for pictures after his arrival to the Australian premiere of "Man of Steel" in central Sydney June 24, 2013. Reuters/Daniel Munoz

Henry Cavill recently revealed that he would love to play the character of Superman for "many years to come." The actor who rose to fame post the success of "Man of Steel" reportedly shares a great rapport with Warner Bros and has a special attachment to the character.

"I love the character. I love working with Warner Bros. and what they're doing with it, and so fingers crossed I'll be able to tell the story for many, many years to come," the actor said in his interview to TheAnglophileChannel. The actor also spoke about this year's award season and how he has no idea about the actors who have earned the nominations. The actor said that he has been "living in dark."

Cavill has reprised his role of Clark Kent/Superman in Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." In the film, he will reportedly be seen working at Daily Planet. He is still disturbed by the destructive battle, which forced him to kill Zod. He now serves as the protector of Metropolis and will only help the government if they agree to his terms and conditions. Superman belongs to the planet Krypton and was sent to earth to escape the destruction of his planet.

The 31-year-old actor is excited to reprise the role of Superman in Snyder's film and he reportedly thinks that the director's venture will create a "cinematic history." The actor shared his thoughts about "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" during BAFTA Los Angeles party. Snyder's film reportedly has some extraordinary visual elements. This will be the first time that Superman will be sharing screen space with Batman. Ben Affleck plays the role of Batman. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is slated to be released on March 24.

Meanwhile, Cavill will also the play the role of Superman in the upcoming "Justice League" films and other stand-alone films. The Superman reboot "Man of Steel" reportedly earned $668 million worldwide and Warner Bros' studio is keen to pursue more films in the Superman franchise. With Cavill in the lead, the Superman film are expected to perform well at the box office.

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