Mission: Impossible Fallout star Henry Cavill loves to play the bad guy
Henry Cavill talks about why he loves to play a bad guy, his film Mission: Impossible Fallout and more
Henry Cavill will be seen as an antagonist in the forthcoming film Mission: Impossible Fallout. He says it was fun to explore darker side of his personality. "I don't think of it as a risky zone. For me, it was once in a lifetime opportunity to play with other parts of my character," Cavill told IANS.
"I try to put a little bit of me in every character I play or at least draw (something) from me. And it was just an opportunity to enter something different, have a different angle to it and cast a different light on me -- that for me is fun," added the actor, popular as Superman from the "Man of Steel" franchise.
Cavill, who has big superhero films like Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League added to his resume, loves telling stories.
"I don't love telling just one kind of a story. I want to tell multitude stories and this gave me an opportunity to do so," he said.
Mission: Impossible Fallout -- a Paramount Pictures movie -- will be distributed in India by Viacom18 Motion Pictures. It is set to release in India on July 27 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
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