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Henry Cavill Builds Gaming PC In Oddly Sensual Way & Instagram Is Smitten

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By Jacob Highley

Henry Cavill, most well known as DC’s latest live-action “Superman” and one of the best on-screen villains of 2018 from “Mission Impossible: Fallout”, just released a different sort of “tease” on Instagram.

The studly 37-year-old actor can be seen filming himself putting together a gaming computer at his home in South Kensington while wearing a sleeveless shirt and showing off his “quarantine beard” as fans have dubbed it.

Although the focus of the video is clearly the construction of his PC, it goes without saying that this wasn’t what made headlines.

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Strangely Erotic

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Cavill starts off the video playing some classy music and shoots the starting portions of the assembly with a GoPro attached to his head. He has another camera set up to his left which he uses for an alternate view.

He captioned the strangely erotic video on Instagram saying: “This kind of material isn't for everyone....viewer discretion is advised. You may see a lot of parts that you haven't seen before.”

Henry has actually expressed his deeply rooted love for video game franchises. Specifically the “Witcher” series and “Warhammer” games.

'Hyper Aware'

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There are several reasons that Henry loves video games though, and one of them is to actually escape from the paparazzi who are ever ready to get a photo of the star:

““Every time I step out my front door, I’m hyper aware,” he says. “Even if I’m not looking terrible, you still realise there are people taking sneaky photos of you, because that’s what people like to do. And then they put them on the internet and you see them on Instagram and you’re like, ‘Oh, my god.’”

Playing Video Games

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Henry has actually completed the “Witcher 3” game two and a half times to its completion and explained how it was such an epic escape for him:

“At home, I get to sit playing games for ridiculous amounts of hours and escape there, because going outside has the opposite effect.”

There is something to be said for the actor’s portrayal of the iconic video game character. While some have criticized his less animated reprisal of the paranormal warrior, many fans of the game thought it was spot on.

'Trying Not To Stress Out'

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Cavill has also shared that playing on different difficulties of the game generated a varying degree of intensity. He revealed that he wasn’t exactly chilling out after playing on high difficulties:

“It’s all well and good when you’re trying not to stress out,” he says, “but then I realized I wasn’t chilling out. I just ended up dying at the wrong points and thinking, ‘I should not have left the roads. I don’t know why I left the roads.’ I couldn’t run away fast enough or my attention span dropped for a second or I answered a text and now I’m dead and that’s six or seven hours of gameplay that I’ve just messed up.”

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