Henry Cavill is one of the most renowned actors in the industry today, having given innumerable hit films and shows to the audience. The British actor has some of the most iconic roles under his belt. From playing the Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher to starring as world-famous detective Sherlock Holmes, Cavill has given some very powerful performances over the years. However, we all know acting requires an individual to act in character. So how does Henry Cavill act drunk on-screen?
Looking back at his all performances, one thing we can all agree on is that the Cavill flawlessly portrays every role on-screen. And acting is a tough job that requires an actor to go the lengths to deliver a shot perfectly. At times, an actor has to do something outside their comfort zone. Likewise, Cavill, who is an extremely health conscious person and does not drink usually, has had to act drunk on-screen for some of his roles. So, how did he do it?
Henry Cavill on acting drunk on-screen
Recently, the sequel to Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown starrer Enola Holmes recently made its way to our screens. The Man of Steel star recently appeared on an interview with USA Today Life where he talked about his iconic roles, including Sherlock Holmes and Superman. While talking about his roles, the interviewer asked him about one of the scenes in Enola Holmes where Enola catches Sherlock drunk while coming out from a pub and how he acted drunk for the scene.
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Cavil revealed, “I don’t really know. I have not really done it on-screen before and when I’ve done it, just joking around with people, people have found it funny.” The Superman star added, “the slurring of the words, I think is the Key.” Elsewhere in the interview, Cavill even spoke about how he often jokes a lot about being drunk in sober life where he often does the drunk talking.
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