Henry Cavill's confirmed that he'd be willing to appear in a Mass Effect TV series, providing it's handled well. Speaking to GamesRadar for a recent interview, The Witcher and Superman actor confirmed he's up for starring up in a live-action series.
Advising he'd look at how flexible that adaptation is, Cavill elaborated further, confirming:
Very much so, yeah, all depending on how they’re executing it. The world of adaptation can be heavy or light. When I like a product, I prefer the adaptation to be less changed from the source, so it all depends.
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Henry Cavill “Would Love” to Star in a Mass Effect TV Series
As part of this conversation, Cavill confirmed he enjoyed the original Mass Effect trilogy, explaining:
I did not play Andromeda – I had a go at it, but ended up being very busy. But [the original trilogy]? Yeah. Loved it. Brilliant games. It would make such a magnificent series of movies or TV shows.
We've recently seen rumours that Amazon's planning an adaptation - which led to a former Mass Effect writer stating the idea "makes me cringe. - and Cavill himself stirred rumours via an Instagram post (as seen above) in February. According to Deadline, Amazon's close to sealing a deal with EA and should that push through, we could see Cavill joining.