‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Cast: 3 Reasons Why Henry Cavill Should Not Play Christian Grey’s Nemesis Jack Hyde
"Fifty Shades Darker" may have already been confirmed, but not much detail has been revealed yet about the upcoming sequel to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Fans know that at least three new main characters will be introduced in the second installment and they are all looking forward to knowing which actor and actresses would take on the roles.
One new character that will be introduced in "Fifty Shades Darker" is Jack Hyde, also known as Christian Grey's (Jamie Dornan) nemesis.
As of late, it has already been rumored that "Man of Steel" star Henry Cavill will be playing the role of Jack Hyde. However, here are three reasons why we think this isn't a good idea.
1. He could upstage Jamie Dornan
Henry Cavill is undeniably one of the best actors in Hollywood today. He has starred in a number of films that became huge successes. This is why there is a huge possibility for him to upstage Jamie Dornan.
If this happens, fans of Dornan will surely not be pleased especially since the latter plays the lead role of Christian Grey in the movie.
2. He has so many films lined up
Cavill's tight schedule seems to make it impossible for him to commit fully to filming "Fifty Shades Darker." Other than this, he will also star in the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," "The Justice League Part One" and "The Justice League Part 2."
Just recently, he completed the filming of "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." which will be released sometime this year.
3. He usually plays the good guy
Cavill is best known for playing Clark Kent or Kal-El in "Man of Steel." With this, he may have always been depicted as the good guy or the protagonist.
As Jack Hyde, Cavill will be required to play the role of the bad guy with equally bad plans and some of his fans may not be ready to see him portray this kind of role.
Still, if Cavill will be tapped to play Jack Hyde, his fans and even his critics would surely want to see how he will live up to their expectations in "Fifty Shades Darker."