Superman is played by Henry Cavill in Man of Steel. And Henry Cavill is a man with many different faces and attires, in this movie and in others.
In The Tudors, he's dressed in historical garb - high collars, open shirts, chain mail, generally darker colours.
As Superman, he's a fisherman in one scene and wears a beanie pulled low over his heavily bearded face.
He's a labourer, in trousers and a singlet/shirt, all sweaty.
He's almost naked, sweaty and sometimes dirty.
He's in a simple t-shirt and flannelette shirt over the top.
He's in a white shirt, sleeves rolled up, a few buttons open.
He's in his body-hugging Superman outfit and cape.
On the movie premiere tours, he's in a suit, all slick, smart and professional.
There are times when I'm so caught by his attractiveness, I stop to stare. Other times I'd walk right on past and not notice him.
How do clothes do this?
You can have a few moments of bliss like I just did and Google images of Henry Cavill, scroll your way through to see if you think clothes do make a difference!
And then you can look all over again and judge by hair. Then by facial hair. Then maybe angle of the photo... LOL! You can see why this post took me ages to write.
Enjoy... but feel free to share your views (me, I loved the dirty sweaty shots, and the fisherman, and the white shirt. I wasn't so fussed on the Superman outfit).