Man Of Steel Isn’t Henry Cavill’s First Time Joining Russell Crowe

According to Cavill in the Hollywood Reporter segment, he could have a very different future. The actor said: “If acting hadn’t lost me at 17 from boarding school, there’s a very good chance I would have joined the Royal Marines.

It was his meeting with Crowe that led Cavill down the acting path. In a men’s magazine Interview since 2015, Cavill describes their meeting. Cavill, 16, approached Crowe and asked him what acting was like. Crowe answered it with his characteristic gruff expression. “Well,” he said. “Sometimes they treat you very well. Sometimes it’s bad. But money is good and you’ll enjoy it.” While this brief interaction didn’t exactly rock Cavill’s world, what happened next had a much larger impact.

A few days later, Cavill received a care package from Crowe that included the encouraging note, “Dear Henry, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Love, Russell.”

Cavill took this message to heart and began his acting journey. For Cavill, this is a bit of Hollywood-appropriate magic. “It’s unbelievable. If you saw it in a movie, you wouldn’t believe it happened. But it did.”

Just 14 years later, the two have co-starred in one of the biggest blockbusters on Earth. With his small acts of kindness, Crowe helped Cavill become the star he is today. And with more Superman movies potentially coming, Cavill’s star power is growing.

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