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Topic - Tarsem Singh
Looking past Henry Cavill's infinitely blue eyes and goofy grin, it's not difficult to imagine the 28-year-old British actor transforming into an extremely intense dude as he describes the roughest day he experienced on the "Immortals" set - grasping the complex choreography for the film's epic final battle.
Freida Pinto is the envy of women at the Comic-Con fan convention. She gets to sex up the star of the new Superman movie in her upcoming action tale "Immortals."
Mr. Singh said he was sold on Mr. Cavill when he gave the actor a simple scene to read, and he effortlessly interpreted it five different ways.
"He was just so malleable and tactile," Mr. Singh said. "When I came to the studio, I told them that the script needs a lot of work, and it's going to change, but this is the guy. He can act. He can be physical. He can do everything we need him to do. We should stick by him."