Hollywood’s Superman aka Man of Steel, Henry Cavill is very much alive. Yes, the British actor is not dead and much to the joy of Justice League actor’s fans worldwide, Henry debunked the death story himself with a pretty, hilarious Instagram post. But before we quote you the caption the handsome actor who will be next seen in Mission: Impossible – Fallout wrote, first let us tell you who is at fault in igniting crude ‘Henry Cavill Dead’ rumours. It’s Google web, who posted his inaccurate bio with death date to be ‘3 March 2018’! Seriously, Google. It is unthinkable how not some websites but search engine giant who goofed up big time.
Death hoaxes on the online platform is not a new thing. And, actors seem to be a soft target with miscreants killing them off at their own free will. From Hollywood biggies, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger to Bollywood superstars Amitabh Bachchan and Dilip Kumar, the internet has declared them dead on more than one occasion. Celebrity Death Hoax From Bollywood's Amitabh Bachchan to Hollywood's Sylvester Stallone: Fake News Which Breaks Every Fan's Heart.
So, when fans came across the death date of Henry Cavill on his web bio, it sparked a huge uproar on the social media. After all, it was not sites that are notorious for posting such wrong, titillating news pieces. It was clearly mentioned on the Google web bio of Henry Cavill, the British actor famous for playing DC superhero/God/alien/Kryptonian/Saviour – Superman (Yes, he is that important for all of us).
However, Superman had the best response to his ‘apparent death’ on the internet. He posted a picture on Instagram that had a selfie of him bearing a surprised look besides a screenshot of Google box with his bio that mentioned his death date as March 3, 2018. Henry Cavill captioned the image with a quirky note writing, “When you learn that you died 2 days ago....” Hell, yeah! The handsome actor completely owned the internet with his chilled out reaction overloaded with sharp sarcasm. From Sridevi was Mithun's Wife to Indian Women Cricket Winning The ICC World Cup, Did You Know Wikipedia is Not a Reliable Source of Information?
On the work front, we last saw him don his Superman avatar in 2017 film Justice League. We will be next seeing the gorgeous hunk in Mission: Impossible – Fallout in an antagonist role and a mooch! Yes, the first trailer of Tom Cruise spy-thrilled dropped during Super Bowl and fans were floored by Cavill’s moustached look as August Walker. The film will release on July 26, 2018.