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Henry Cavill, who developed a love of acting while at boarding school, used to be bullied about his weight. But “The Tudors” actor eventually grew into his chiseled jaw, broad shoulders and miles of muscle and being chosen as the most recent Superman must be the best kind of revenge. Before the avid video gamer caped up for 2013’s “Man Of Steel,” he went period for “The Count of Monte Cristo,” “Tristan & Isolde” and “The Immortals.” It seemed he had found his Lois Lane in British equestrian Ellen Whitaker, but the pair who started dating in 2009 terminated their engagement in May 2012. The ambassador for The Royal Marines Charitable Trust and spokesperson for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust will put the tights back on for 2016’s “Batman v Superman,” has been cast in a film adaptation of “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” and is believed to be likeliest choice to replace Daniel Craig whenever the blond Bond decides he’s thrown back his last martini.