Henry Cavill seen promoting ‘Enola Holmes 2’ just before Liam Hemsworth replaced him in ‘The Witcher’

Henry announced on Instagram that he would be leaving the show.

Henry Cavill seen promoting 'Enola Holmes 2' just before Liam Hemsworth replaced him in 'The Witcher'
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Henry Cavill was at Good Morning America to promote the upcoming Enola Holmes 2 in New York City last week.

The 39-year-old actor was spotted out promoting his newest Netflix film, Enola Holmes 2, with co-star Millie Bobby Brown.

He was spotted just after it was revealed that Australian actor Liam Hemsworth replaced him in The Witcher.

Henry Cavill seen promoting 'Enola Holmes 2' just before Liam Hemsworth replaced him in 'The Witcher'
Image credits: Netflix

On October 29, Liam Hemsworth announced that he was replacing Henry Cavill in the lead role ahead of the fourth season.

Liam wrote on Instagram, “As a Witcher fan I’m over the moon about the opportunity to play Geralt of Rivia. Henry Cavill has been an incredible Geralt, and I’m honoured that he’s handing me the reins and allowing me to take up the White Wolf’s blades for the next chapter of his adventure.”

This isn’t a loss for Cavill. It was confirmed that he would be returning to his role as Superman in a future film, following a cameo in Black Adam. He will also be a part of World War II action spy movie The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare with Eiza Gonzalez. The movie will be directed by Guy Ritchie.

The film explores UK PM Winston Churchill’s and  Ian Fleming’s covert WWII combat organization. The undercover squad’s quirky fighting techniques against the Nazis helped changed the course of the war and introduced the modern Black Ops unit.

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