Henry Cavill's on the cover of the new issue of Men's Health (pics via, thanks Mac) rocking the big bushy bearded look he's recently ditched along with that Stratton movie, so we should cherish these photos as memories of what was but never will be. Meanwhile he's also on the cover of Men's Fitness (isn't this like against the rules or something) looking like his current clean-cut self (see the pictures here) but it's the interview (which is also at the link) in the latter that's interesting, since it's all about, uh, his boner?
I ask him what every guy who’s ever watched a movie sex scene has wondered: Has he ever found himself, er, unintentionally aroused on set?“It happened to me once,” he admits, ” and it was very embarrassing. A girl had to be on top of me, she had spectacular breasts, and I hadn't arranged my ... stuff into a harmless position. She’s basically rubbing herself all over me and, um, it got a bit hard. I had to apologize profusely afterward. It’s not great when you’re in a professional acting environment and somebody gets a boner, is it? No, not acceptable."
I don't know who's telling Henry Cavill that his boner is inappropriate, but that person should not only be fired they should be tarred and feathered. String the fuckers up! Monsters. And also in the same interview...
No longer fat–in fact, in remarkable shape–Cavill had his chain yanked mercilessly by his brothers over these scenes.“You don’t think of sex scenes as showing your bum to the nation,” Cavill says. “It’s actually acutely uncomfortable being naked in a roomful of people. The very last thing it is is sexy.” He starts laughing. “The actual physicality is very uncomfortable. All you’re doing is smacking your nuts against someone, and nothing is going in.”
... okay this interviewer was basically trolling me.