[PHOTOS] Henry Cavill And His PC. That's It. That's The Story.
Back in 2020, Superman actor Henry Cavill made headlines as he attempted to build his own PC
Like many of us in the midst of the pandemic, the Superman and The Witcher star was stuck at home during the breakout COVID-19 pandemic.
In an interview with GQ, the actor said that he's always been a fan of sitting in front of his computer screen and playing games, rather than going outside where paparazzi is always breathing down his neck.
"At home, I get to sit playing games for ridiculous amounts of hours and escape there, because going outside has the opposite effect," said Cavill.
Cavill posted the video on his Instagram, and phew — it is a sight to behold
There are a lot of things to unpack here... he even included a 'viewer discretion is advised' disclaimer.
If you know what I mean. Wink-wink.
1. Look at him all intensely focused. What we wouldn't give to be that instruction manual so he can stare at us ;)
2. We're totally not staring at his biceps. Nope. Not at all. Not even a little bit.
3. I am looking respectfully
4. I need Henry to handle me with as much care as he handles that PC
5. Never have I ever been so invested in a PC assembly ngl
6. If you ever tire of hooking up cables, Henry, you can always hook up with me...
7. The PC is not the only thing being turned on
8. It works and it's pretty (Just like Henry)
9. That was a treat for the eyes and for the heart. Well done, Henry!
Ahhh, we're just joking. There's obviously much more to Henry Cavill than his good looks. According to his recent IG post, he has upgraded his device and replaced some parts.
Cavill mentioned in the post that his AIO cooler, which is a component in PCs that removes heat waves and keeps the device operating within regulated temperature levels, stopped working over excessive transit. Which means he must have moved around a lot with the PC in tow.
The actor added on it was also due to heatwaves that had loomed over the UK recently. He replaced the cooler alongside the fans that are inserted in the PC.