OMG! How unbelievably gorgeous is Henry Cavill... I'm not putting a question mark on that question for a very good reason.
First seen in The Tudors, as a rather lusty young nobleman, apparently (somehow I missed this seminal TV event), Henry narrowly missed out on playing Edward in Twilight and then the new James Bond (Daniel Craig nabbed that gig, but Henry will surely be in the running when Mr C retires) only to end up playing the ultimate movie role in the new Superman movie Man of Steel.
So, in my other job as a film reviewer I had the good fortune to get handed a couple of preview tickets for this much-anticipated event last Thursday (yes, all my pontifcating about how much I wanted to see it actually worked!!)
For anyone expecting a proper review now, you will be sadly disappointed. If you actually want to know what I thought of the movie as a whole you can check out my blog... Because, frankly watching Henry in mind-boggling 3D, two rows from the front of the Odeon Leicester Square's mammoth screen in deafening Surroundsound was an experience that was kind of hard to judge in any objective way..
I would add that the action, unsurprisingly, was A-MazeBalls - although it did eventually become a bit too A-Mazeballs (some guy behind us projectile vomited over the woman next to Son1!)...
Russell Crowe and Kevin Costner bring gravitas and dignity to the proceedings as Superman's two dads (the super one and the Kansas farmer!) and if their involvement does get a little preachy by the end, Kal-El's relationship to them both - representing his struggle with his dual identity - is well handled.
If I had one major complaint it was that there weren't nearly enough kissy scenes with Amy Adams's passionately perky Lois Lane - but I have to admit when my younger son (who is an afficionado of the comic-books) saw it, he felt their one kiss was one kiss too many!
My takeaway: Henry should soooo do the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. Apart from the fact that he's clearly got the acting chops (and Christian Grey's boyish smile, extraordinary face and buff body), I feel after starring as cinema's ultimate Mr Nice Guy (albeit with some added 21st century angst), a bit of bad boy would do wonders for his resume.
As it happens the cast appeared together on the fabulous Graham Norton Show here in the UK, and if you haven't seen it, hears a little snippet to whet your appetite....
Heidi is currently hard at work on her first Cosmo Red Hot Read (no pun intended), but her latest Harlequin KISS (M&B Modern) - Too Close for Comfort - is out now in the US and the UK. Next up is Maid of Dishonour in September, the third book in the fabulous new Harlequin KISS Wedding Season Quartet. You can catch Heidi on her blog, Facebook, Twitter (@HeidiRomRice) or her website!