National Post (National Edition) - - POST MOVIES -

One might be­lieve the only thing worth say­ing, in­ces­santly, about Henry Cav­ill’s ro­bust mous­tache is how hand­some it was. Cav­ill grew the mous­tache for his role in the up­com­ing Mis­sion: Im­pos­si­ble, and was not per­mit­ted to shave it while do­ing Jus­tice League reshoots, as he was still ex­pected back on the set of Mis­sion. This forced Warner Bros. to re­move it dig­i­tally, leav­ing more than a few very awk­ward and much-mocked shots of the ac­tor look­ing oddly bare­skinned above the lip. Now that both films have long since wrapped, Cav­ill’s ‘stache is no longer with us, but that doesn’t mean it’s been for­got­ten. Fans mourn the dis­ap­pear­ance of the fa­cial hair — and in an in­ter­view with Em­pire this week, so does Cav­ill. “I’d grown quite fond of it over time, but I’m also very happy to have my own face back.”

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