Los Angeles - Henry Cavill splashed out on an Aston Martin
after receiving his first big pay cheques.
The 'Man of Steel' star saved up his movie earnings to buy
himself a ''snazzy'' set of wheels, although he admits he has also wasted a lot
of his money on buying outrageously-priced bottle of booze in nightclubs.
Quizzed about what his first big wage went on, he told
ShortList magazine; ''Yeah, but nothing huge. I treated myself, eventually,
after a few years of decent pay packages. I got a very snazzy car. An Aston
''I mean, sure there are times when, after a bit of pay, you
go to a fancy nightclub and get table service and spend silly amounts of money
on alcohol, which would only cost about 40 quid in the shop. But the big one
was the car.''
The rising star is more conservative when it comes to his
diet, however, and says his biggest extravagance while shooting the new
Superman flick was scoffing a pizza as a reward after going weeks without any
Henry, who had to be
in top physical condition to play the DC Comics superhero , said; ''We had
treats throughout filming, because to do 10 months without anything would be
The biggest treat was after a six-week phase when I was
getting in shape for shirtless scenes.
''After that, director Zack Snyder bought me an amazing apple pie and a tub of
ice cream. Then I ordered a pizza as well, and didn't even go home - I just sat
in a trailer afterwards and ate it. I passed into a food coma after that.''
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