Los Angeles: Henry Cavill treated fans to the first look of Clark Kent, the mild-mannered alter-ego of Superman, from the upcoming 'Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice' for a charitable cause.
Picture courtesy Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund's Twitter feed @RMCTF
The official account of the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund posted an image of Cavill holding up a shirt supporting the cause, while standing next to a chair with the name 'Clark'. Cavill's Kent was dressed in a smart trench coat, suit but his trademark glasses were missing.
Cavill is supporting is a 6656km marathon Royal Marine Commandos are undertaking this year to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the organization and to raise money. 'Batman V Superman', directed by Zack Snyder, is currently in production with a release date set for May 6, 2016.