In a recent red carpet interview with Entertainment Tonight, ‘Aquaman,’ star Jason Momoa was asked about the state of the DC Extended Universe. More specifically, if we would see the return of Superman (Henry Cavill.) Previously, Momoa had given a very general statement, making it seem as if Cavill and Affleck were done. Or at least, if they were, it was justified.

“If they’re both out, then listen: It’s just the place they’re at in their careers. I mean, how many has Henry done? He’s done three? Yeah, I mean, like, you want to move on. I think if I did… shit, I have done three.”

In his recent interview he changed his tone about the departure of Cavill stating:

“He’s absolutely not. He loves the character and he’s not, 100%.”

The reporter then doubled down on her question for reassurance. Asking again if Cavill’s exit from the DC Extended Universe if happening. Momoa doubled down as well and has given fans hope that we will see the Man of Steel again:

“No, it’s absolutely not.”

Momoa has had nothing but praise for his ‘Justice League’ co-star. He believes Cavill is a gentlemen, who taught him how to behave properly in front of fans:

“Henry is the gentlemen who taught me when I came on not knowing anything. I’m like the ruffian hooligan, and he’s just like, ‘There’s kids watching,’ and I’m like, ‘Oh, yeah. My bad.’ He is totally 100% the Superman for me.”