Henry Cavill says his dog, Kal, has saved his mental health

The British actor, best known for portraying the DC Comics character in the DC Extended Universe, has credited his dog for saving his mental health.

Cavill appeared alongside his dog, Cal, on British talk show “Lauren” on Monday to promote the second season of his Netflix show “The Witcher” – which is set to premiere December 17. The conversation quickly turned to his canine companion as he told hostess Lauren Kelly how important Cal was to him.

The movie star regularly shares photos of his American Akita with 17.7 million followers on Instagram.

“He really is (my best friend),” the 38-year-old said to Kelly as he hit Cal. “We go everywhere together. He’s eight now and he’s saved my emotional and psychological country so many times.”

Cavill said they share an “incredibly close bond.”

During the interview, Cavill, whose acting credits also include “Enola Holmes,” “The Man From UNCLE,” and “Immortals,” revealed that he keeps a Superman suit in his wardrobe and is “ready and waiting for the phone call” to re-enact him. Role.

Cavill first portrayed Superman in the 2013 movie “Man of Steel”, before reprising his role in DC projects “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Zack Snyder’s Justice League.”

Speaking about playing the character, he said, “You look back and just think, What a great opportunity. And even if I stop acting tomorrow and go live on a yacht or boat somewhere, and a sailing boat, and Meade travels… I can still look at Turn back and say I put on a cloak and jumped around and had some fun with some people.”


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