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The Flash introduced viewers to the DC multiverse on the big screen, which saw many DC characters return and introduced new ones - including Cage's appearance as Superman.
Speaking to USA Today, he shared how great it was to play the Man of Steel finally.
On his performance in The Flash, he said: "Well, I was glad I didn't blink. For me, it was the feeling of being actualised. Even that look for that particular character, finally seeing it on screen, was satisfying.
"But as I said, it's quick. If you really wanted to know what I was going do with that character, look at my performance in City of Angels."
He continued: "I was supposed (to play) Clark Kent after that (in Superman Lives), and I was already developing this alien otherness playing this angel.
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"That is a perfect example of the tonality you would've gotten for Kal-El and for Clark Kent: Clark would've been a little more amusing but Kal-El (had) the sensitivity and the goodness and the vulnerability and all those feelings that were kind of angelic and also terrifying."
The Flash is still out in some cinemas.
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