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Cavill and Twight worked together for five months before production started and continued training during the six months of filming. Twight packed the pounds onto Cavill’s 6-foot-1 frame by putting him on a 5,000-calorie-a-day diet.
The article focuses on the new action-hero economy, where only a handful of actors like Henry get their big break. Twight mentions how “not everybody can handle the training" and praises Snyder, saying he's "changed the way that action movies are made." It's a great read, check it out at The New York Times. We'll continue to bring you updates from Detroit, as the Man of Steel prepares to take on Batman in the ultimate battle of the superheroes.