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Henry Cavill Trends On Twitter As Fans Celebrate Actor's Birthday With Thirst Tweets

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Henry Cavill Trends On Twitter As Fans Celebrate Actor's Birthday With Thirst Tweets

Twitter isn't always the happiest place in the world, so it's nice to see a person trending over there for positive reasons every now and again.

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Today, fans around the world are using the social media platform to celebrate Henry Cavill. The actor, Warhammer nerd, and hardcore gamer is celebrating his 38th Birthday today, and his adoring public couldn't let it pass without mentioning what a fine actor and splendid human being he is. There are also quite a few thirst tweets, obviously.


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Like I said, it also got kind of thirsty quite quickly. Everybody loves a bit of Superman, don't they?


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Henry Cavill watchers everywhere will be glad to know that the actor is set to delight audiences as Geralt Of Rivia once more in The Witcher later this year. After many, many delays, the show's second season will air on Netflix before the end of 2021.

After having to halt production several times due to COVID-19 restrictions, the second season of The Witcher finally finished filming a few weeks back. Cavill even gave the cast and crew a special gift to celebrate the occasion, because he's perfect. I think I might want to marry him too, if I'm being honest with myself.

"What happened I guess in the first part of this year is a lot of the projects that we'd hoped to come out earlier did get pushed because of the post-production delays and COVID delays in production and we think we'll get back to a much steadier state in the back half of the year, certainly in Q4 where we've got the returning seasons of some of our most popular shows like The Witcher and You and Cobra Kai," Netflix co-CEO and chief content officer Ted Sarandos explained during a recent investor meeting.

The Witcher's first season was a huge success for Netflix, thanks in no small part to Cavill's well-received performance as the grizzled Geralt. Long may he continue to shine in the role.

Featured Image Credit: BossLogic/Twitter/Henry Cavill

Topics: News, The Witcher, Netflix

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