But what is more important, and often forgotten, is that we decide how it defines us. Don’t vent your pain onto or at others in an attempt to bring them down and hold them back and cry your fury to the world.
The experience, decision or moment itself does not. Don’t let it turn you into the monster that hurt you.” “Use that experience! Take the sum of your past and make it your tool to approach the future with. She is Lucy Cork because she says so.” Check out the video below…
When they were outed as a couple in October, some criticized Henry for dating a girl so much younger.
Hoechlin's Clark Kent/Superman will appear in first two episodes of Season 2, paying a visit to his cousin Kara (Melissa Benoist).
Henry Cavill is opening up in a candid message dedicated to his girlfriend Lucy Cork.
The 34-year-old actor took to his Instagram to share the touching messages about learning from your mistakes, being hurt in the past and moving forward to be successful. What I’ve tried to do and still try to do each time though is recognize those mistakes and mold them to my advantage. We’ve all had a bad experience thanks to someone else.
I think the feeling I have for Superman would be the same as the American version of me would have for Superman. When I was a young lad I was into Superman, I was into Iron Man, I was into the X-Men. To be honest—I’m really not too sure if there is now. Since I got the role of Superman, I’ve been more into the character and delving into the DC universe. I think it’s just fun, and it’s everything it should be in a comic book. It’s the kind of thing kids read and want to grow up trying to emulate, and that’s what it should be. I think if someone went after them, then that would change every single core characteristic of mine.
My playing the character, as a Brit, doesn’t make a difference because when it comes to the whole acting thing, ultimately, it’s an alien who flies around and stuff. I wouldn’t become weak, but I don’t think I’d be very good, if you know what I mean.