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Henry Cavill's Team Addresses Man Of Steel Sequel Rumors

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Henry Cavill's Team Addresses Man Of Steel Sequel Rumors

Henry Cavill's Team Addresses Man Of Steel Sequel Rumors

The Superman rumor mill is flying high this week, with various reports suggesting some issues keeping Henry Cavill from participating in a sequel to 2013's Man of Steel.

You need to be careful about who you believe however, as some of this "news" is already being discredited by much more reputable sources.

On Tuesday, Revenge of the Fans published a report saying that the hangup with Man of Steel 2 was entirely on the shoulders of Cavill and his teams "demands.

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