AceShowbiz - Henry Cavill's fans felt relieved knowing the actor is still alive. He was listed dead by Wikipedia on Saturday, March 3. After learning of his own death via internet, the actor took to his Instragram account on Monday, March 5 to declare that he is still alive.
He posted a side-by-side photo of him and Wikipedia biography box with the supposed date of his death. He captioned it, "When you learn that you died 2 days ago...." In the post, he looked concerned while lying on a mat with his head on two pillows, wearing a black T-shirt.
Some people commented, "Long live the Man of Steel !" and "Did you google yourself?" Some others responded to the rumor with jokes like, "Congratulations on your rebirth! @henrycavill," and "Lol looking good even as a dead man."
This is not the first time celebrities have to debunk their death rumors. Back in February, Sylvester Stallone was reported dead. On Monday, February 19, he tweeted, "Please ignore the stupidity." He added, "Alive and well and happy and healthy...Still punching!" In June, 2013, Jackie Chan also became the subject of death hoax. He explained, "My manager called me in the United States asking, 'Are you OK?' 'I'm OK.' 'Everybody thought you'd died this morning!' 'What!' I said. 'No, no... don't worry, before I die I'll call you.' "
Paul McCartney, Emma Watson, Morgan Freeman, Paris Hilton and Justin Bieber are among the A-listers who were rumored to have died. In December, Apple's Siri reported John Travolta died and was buried.
Henry has a busy schedule ahead. He will star in "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" alongside Tom Cruise. The film depicts the world facing dire consequences after IMF mission ends badly. Ethan Hunt is forced to race against time and is hunted by assassins and former allies while trying to prevent global catastrophe. Along with Tom and Henry, Rebecca Ferguson (II), Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Sean Harris, Vanessa Kirby, Sian Brooke and Angela Bassett star in the movie, which is due out on July 27, 2018 in the United States.
Henry will also star in "Nomis", a Canadian-American psychological thriller written and directed by David Raymond. The movie is about the success of U.S. Law Enforcement in catching a notorious online predator, but the crime goes further than expected. Along with Henry, Alexandra Daddario, Ben Kingsley, Stanley Tucci, Nathan Fillion and Brendan Fletcher are starring in the movie. Production on the movie completed on Wednesday, February 28 and the film is reportedly due out sometime in 2018.