Serial recordings had to be stopped after the 37-year-old actor injured his leg
Henry Cavill, who plays Superman in the latest DC Comics films, confirmed that he injured his leg during a recent recording, and commented on his recovery.
The 37-year-old updated his fans on the injury on Thursday (7), through a post on Instagram. “We are on lockdown here in the UK, so I am using my only daily exercise away from home to do my first run since I hurt my leg (I will talk more about that another time),” he wrote in the caption for a photo in which appears in a mask.
The Brit added: “It wasn’t [a race] fast, and I certainly didn’t go far, but it’s a big step in my recovery and it’s my first step back to things after a Christmas that may have involved more than a few cups of hot wine and an exceptionally fat turkey “.
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Last December, The Sun reported that Cavill was injured during the recording of the series ‘The Witcher’, in which he stars. The publication reported that the actor was suspended at a height of six meters when he had to stop filming. “It was not clear whether an object had hit his leg or if it was some kind of tendon or muscle injury,” said a source at the time. Thus, production – which had already been delayed because of the pandemic – had to be paused again.
In addition to playing the warrior Geralt of Rivia in the series, the actor is famous for making Superman in the films’ The Man of Steel ‘(2013),’ Batman v. Superman: The Origin of Justice ‘(2016), and’ Justice League ‘.