On Wednesday, as rumors swirled that Henry Cavill was out as the legendary comic book hero Superman, the internet began dreaming of an exciting new casting option. Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther) and Colin O'Donoghue (Once Upon A Time) are two of the names which have received the most attention in the last 24 hours. Although the Hollywood Reporter first broke the story on Wednesday morning, all that could be confirmed throughout the day was that Warner Bros. now has no plans to use the hunky, problematically mustachioed actor in any further DC Universe films. With no further Superman movies planned and the studio seemingly changing direction, The Hollywood Reporter stated that Cavill was unlikely to play the Man of Steel again. Additionally, it was reported that a standalone follow-up to 2013's Man of Steel will not be in development for another few years, and the British star can't wait for cameras to roll. More recently, he starred opposite Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible - Fallout.
Fans should understand this that even the outlet puts the report of Jordan's hiring as "down the road".
Danny Rose's outburst at the referee during England 1-0 Switzerland
The first half was quite predictable really. "Before I got in, the players were trying to sort things out", revealed Southgate. They say players get paid so much money, they need to play every week and what are they moaning about.
Reality Check: Is President Trump’s Puerto Rico Tweet Accurate?
Every time we needed to use the bathroom, we had to descend 10 stories and wait in line at a nearby store. In a pair of tweets Thursday, Trump accused Democrats of inflating the number to make him look bad.
Andrew Cuomo, Cynthia Nixon face off in NY gubernatorial primary
The former Sex and the City star ran against Cuomo on a progressive platform and called him out on his leadership and record. After Minaj endorsed Cuomo and his slate, Cardi B threw her support behind Nixon and Williams in an Instagram post .
"While no decisions have been made regarding any upcoming Superman films, we've always had great respect for and a great relationship with Henry Cavill, and that remains unchanged", read a statement from a Warner Bros. spokesperson after the initial publication of this story. Dany Garcia, Cavill's agent, did tweet out something earlier on Wednesday before Warner Bros.' issued their rather vague statement.