Yes, the internet just can't seem to get enough of Henry Cavill's stache, which has been getting the kind of media attention most celebrities have to go to rehab for. Earlier this week, Cavill's facial hair became a viral hit (again) when internet sleuths noticed how his Fallout character August Walker is so manly that he can seemingly insta-grow a full beard (and an ever-so-manly shirt pocket) just by puffing his cheeks and cocking his arm guns.
And this week, Fallout writer and director Christopher McQuarrie finally explained what really happened behind the scenes with Cavill's mustache. The story before was that after Justice League had wrapped shooting, Cavill had to be called in for some emergency Superman reshoots by Joss Whedon. The problem was that by then, he had already grown his wonderful stache for Mission: Impossible production. This left Warner Bros. no choice but to hastily CGI the mustache off, the end result looking like Superman's subtly unsettling mouth was a newfound Kryptonian superpower.