Henry Cavill explains that Warhammer is not World of Warcraft

Could a Warhammer game between Superman and Spider-Man happen in the foreseeable future?

On a recent episode of The Graham Norton Show, Henry Cavill explains the difference between World of Warcraft and Warhammer.

Henry Cavill recently appeared on The Graham Norton Show to promote the upcoming second season of The Witcher. During the interview, Norton discussed one of Cavill’s favorite hobbies—collecting, painting, and gaming with Warhammer miniatures. Within the humorous interaction, Norton mistakenly refers to Warhammer as World of Warcraft.

Henry Cavill on The Graham Norton Show

Following Norton’s harmless mistake, Cavill politely explains his hobby. Cavill elaborates on the two halves of Warhammer: painting and gaming. He explains that it’s necessary to paint all of the figures and afterwards, you can use them in the game. Norton presses Cavill further about the game itself and what you do once you paint the miniatures. Cavill elaborates.

Then you, erm, you put them together in little armies and you fight against someone else’s army. It’s actually, it is fun! It sounds ridiculous, but it is fun.

Henry Cavill

Cavill explains further that he invites people over to play. Upon hearing this, Tom Holland (also present to promote Spider-Man: No Way Home), asks if he can play. And now, fans will await the Warhammer battle between Superman and Spider-Man.

In the past, Cavill explained that he spent a lot of time during quarantine painting Warhammer miniatures. In addition, he couldn’t stop thinking about it while on set for The Witcher.

What do you think about Cavill’s Warhammer hobby? Would playing against Geralt and Superman himself be a dream come true? Let us know in the comments!

Via PC Gamer

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