Henry Cavill on his approach to his film roles

Henry Cavill on his approach to his film roles

Henry Cavill has said that the characters he portrays in his movies never go home with him - because he sees acting simply as his job, not his life.

The British actor, 30, who will soon be seen as Superman in the upcoming Man Of Steel - told Interview magazine that he tries to avoid getting too "involved" with his alter-egos.

When asked about the chemistry he has to realize between Clark/Superman and Lois Lane (Amy Adams), he said: "Well, it's our job as actors to make it look like it's not manufactured.

"If you have two actors who understand their characters - and therefore what they are trying to portray - then all they need to do is be the characters and there's a chemistry there."

The The Tudors actor continued: "I mean, there are these fantasies among people who watch movies where they're like, 'Oh, there's a chemistry between them - something going on.' And sometimes there is.

"But for me, it's more like, I go to work, I do a job, I play a role, and then I go home. I don't wear a cape at home.”

Tuesday June 11, 2013

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