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Henry Cavill doesn't care if you think he's sexy

Published 18/08/2015

Henry Cavill
Henry Cavill

Henry Cavill only worries about his future wife's opinion when it comes to his looks.

The Superman star has caught the eye of plenty of female fans since playing the caped hero in 2013's Man of Steel. Now he's showing off his suave side in Guy Ritchie's latest film outing, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., which has only added to his sex symbol status.

"The only person I want to think that is the person who I'm planning on sharing the rest of my life with. That's the only person who really matters," Henry admitted to People.

He's not known to be seeing anyone right now, but the Brit did recently confess to Men's Health how hard he finds dating in America. The 32-year-old also spoke about his desire to find a wife and start a family.

For now, Henry's attention is on work. Playing spy Napoleon Solo in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. has given cinemagoers a glimpse of what else Henry has to offer, aside from saving the world.

"It's very tough to say what kind of spy I would be. There are many different kinds, and I don't know if I fit the bill for any of them, to be honest," he laughed.

He'll be slipping back into his role of Clark Kent, aka Superman, for his next three projects. The first of these is the hotly anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which then spawns new superhero franchise The Justice League, parts one and two.

Ben Affleck helms the role of Batman, and despite currently working through the breakdown of his marriage to Jennifer Garner, Henry says he is great fun to be around.

"I had to try quite hard not to laugh in between takes because Ben is really funny. It's good to be around that kind of thing on long jobs," he smiled.

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