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“It’s actually acutely uncomfortable being naked in a roomful of people.The very last thing it is is sexy.” He starts laughing. All you’re doing is smacking your nuts against someone, and nothing is going in.” I ask him what every guy who’s ever watched a movie sex scene has wondered: Has he ever found himself, er, unintentionally aroused on set?“But it was more the right time for Daniel’s version than mine. I dunno, maybe one day I can take it off his hands.”If the role of 007 still requires a shredded physique by then, Cavill’s a shoe-in. “I didn’t go that way for the sake of becoming an action actor,” Cavill explains. Immortals was the first time I had to bulk up in the full-on action-movie style, and I’ve got to say, I enjoyed it enormously.It’s torture, but you enjoy it the way you enjoy hard work and the results that work brings.
A girl had to be on top of me, she had spectacular breasts, and I hadn’t rearranged my… She’s basically rubbing herself all over me and, um, it got a bit hard. It’s not great when you’re in a professional acting environment and somebody gets a boner, is it? It must have hurt to lose out on such a life-changing role, I say. “But Daniel Craig did a fantastic job, and honestly, I was too young for it. I’d have been ‘Teen Bond.’ The right thing happened there.” His own vision of Bond had been “slightly more Sean Connery,” he says: an arrogant, cultured bastard with a talent for killing. But there’s a demand that you look a certain way in Hollywood.
Forget truth, justice, and the American way – Solo is out for himself.
Having claimed the mantle of cinema’s ultimate good guy, is Cavill now also angling to take ownership of the most charismatic jerk in cinema?
” When Henry Cavill was a boy, his father, Colin, a stockbroker, once returned from a trip to find that the family home in Jersey had been unexpectedly redecorated. No face punches, we’d just bounce one another off whatever items of furniture we could and occasionally draw blood. “I liked acting, and suddenly people liked me,” he says.
Why was there a revolting new wallpaper on the walls? But all in good humor.” As a stereotypical middle child, Cavill often found himself lost in the family crowd. “This is probably why I was so unpopular at school, because I was clearly such a wanker.” He corrects himself for American readers, “Sorry: such a .” Though Cavill loved growing up in the quiet outdoors of isolated, prosperous Jersey, as he approached his teens he began to feel trapped on this small island. “Stowe could have smashed my confidence completely, I think, but actually it prepared me for the world.