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Henry Cavill Comments On The Superman Theme That Was Chosen For His 'Black Adam' Cameo

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Warning: this video contains SPOILERS for "Black Adam."

After his fight-turned-team-up with the Justice Society of America was finished, Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam met with a certain Kryptonian superhero. The "Black Adam" end-credits scene showed Henry Cavill’s Superman paying a visit to Kahndaq to have a chat with the Man in Black, only rather than his DCEU return being accompanied by Hans Zimmer’s theme music from "Man of Steel," the latest entry in the DC movies library used the theme that John William composed for "Superman: The Movie." A week after "Black Adam" premiered, Cavill has shared his take on this unique choice of music.

CinemaBlend’s own Sean O’Connell had the opportunity to speak with Henry Cavill on behalf of "Enola Holmes 2," with Netflix subscribers being able to see the actor reprising Sherlock Holmes opposite Millie Bobby Brown’s title character starting November 4. As the interview neared its end, Sean asked Cavill what it meant to him to have John Williams’ Superman theme play during his "Black Adam" appearance.
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