The Flash: Henry Cavill's praises Sasha Calle's performance as Supergirl

    Despite his controversial exit from the franchise, Henry Cavill gave his blessing to the new Supergirl.



    Superman Approved: Henry Cavill's Nod to New Supergirl

    Amidst the bitter and controversial departure of the once-beloved Superman, Henry Cavill, from the DC universe, an unexpected endorsement from the Man of Steel himself has emerged. As reported by New York Post, Sasha Calle, the new Supergirl in the much-anticipated "The Flash," revealed that she received Cavill's stamp of approval.

    *"I met him actually after the movie was done, months later. It’s Henry Cavill, man! Our Man of Steel. He is kind and very proper, and it was a great experience,"* Calle said, marking a symbolic passing of the torch in the DC family.

    Cavill's Unsettling Exit from Superman Role

    In a surprising turn of events, Cavill announced his return to the iconic Superman role in October, only to backtrack on the claim less than two months later. The renowned actor took to Instagram to share the disappointing news: "After being told by the studio to announce my return back in October, prior to their hire, this news isn’t the easiest, but that’s life," he stated.

    In light of these developments, new DC head James Gunn didn't mince words. *"I like Henry, I think he’s a great guy. I think he’s getting dicked around by a lot of people, including the former regime at this company,"* he commented, taking a public stance on Cavill's controversial exit.

    Flashpoint: Ezra Miller Maintains Stardom, Cavill Snubbed

    Ironically, the DC Universe, which evidently parted ways with Cavill, seems to have had no qualms maintaining its relationship with "The Flash" star, Ezra Miller, who reportedly has been involved in a series of legal scandals.

    Meanwhile, Cavill's cameo in "The Flash," which was eagerly awaited by fans, was omitted, adding salt to the wound. However, in spite of the unwarranted turbulence, Cavill remained a gentleman, extending his blessing to his on-screen cousin. Calle shared, "I asked him, ‘Did I make you proud, cuz? Does Superman approve?’ And he was like, ‘Absolutely. You did a phenomenal job.’"

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    Q: Who is replacing Henry Cavill as Superman?

    A: As of now, no specific replacement for Henry Cavill as Superman has been announced by the DC Universe.