Cavill Says "Justice League's" Script Gives the DC Universe the Chance to 'Really Grow'

On the Oscars red carpet, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" star Henry Cavill revealed he has read the "Justice League" script and explained how it will impact the larger DC Cinematic Universe. Additionally, he weighed in on whether or not George Miller will produce the film.

"I have!" he told MTV News when asked if he had read the script yet, then added, "I can tell you nothing."

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However, he did share his excitement about the film and what it may mean for the DC Cinematic Universe at large. "We're talking about 'Justice League' here, so this is the DC Cinematic Universe is finally getting its chance to really grow in this one, and I think all the characters are fantastic. I'm looking forward to being a part of that whole gig."

As to George Miller's rumored role as executive producer for the film, he said, "I have heard nothing so far."

He also weighed in on why Batman has an advantage over Superman in "Batman v Superman," saying, "We've got to consider Superman's approach to everything. He loves humanity. He loves human beings. He doesn't want to hurt them, and so Batman has an immediate advantage with that."

Henry Cavill talks being Superman on the 2016 #Oscars Red Carpet: https://t.co/S09Mdk6Vvq

- MTV News (@MTVNews) February 29, 2016

Directed by Zack Snyder and starring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg, Laurence Fishburne, Amy Adams and others, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" hits screens on March 25.

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