"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" ended on a massive cliffhanger centered around the death and possible resurrection of Superman.
Mission Impossible has only gone from one extreme to the next since Ghost Protocol came along, and Fallout (as you can probably judge from the trailers thus far) is set to continue that trend. Then, Justice League reshoots began and he was not allowed to shave off the 'stache, which caused the studio to digitally remove Superman's facial hair later.
I was slightly surprised. "When we made a decision to go for the mustache, I certainly wasn't expecting all the events to unfold as they were going to unfold". "Of course, if I'm on the press tour I'm in the movie".
"I wasn't expecting Justice League reshoots to be as extensive as they were", he continued.
Empire Magazine interviewed Henry Cavill recently and he talked about a wide range of Justice League topics, from the reshoots to his mustache, and even the Superman marketing (or lack thereof). You'll think, "Okay, yeah, a fake moustache would perhaps have been blown off in this situation.' Unfortunately, it led to much dismay when 'Justice League" came out, but that's the nature of these things. "You can't win every time".
The many stunts required for the film is likely the reason why Cavill wouldn't have been able to use a fake mustache. Following director Zack Snyder's departure from Justice League, Joss Whedon, who'd already been hired to rewrite part of the DC blockbuster, was selected to oversee the reshoots, and the movie went through some major retooling to the tune of a reported $25 million. The mustache may have caused more problems for a film's production than any other non-living object.
It remains to be seen if Justice League 2 will actually happen, but the DCEU is still chugging along, with Aquaman coming out on December 21.