Henry Cavill isn’t dead despite his Wikipedia page edit. The Superman hunk took to Instagram on Monday, March 5, after coming across his own death hoax.
The 34-year-old actor shared a screen shoot of the bio on his Wikipedia page that read he died on March 3, 2018, alongside of photo of himself looking perplexed.
“When you learn that you died 2 days ago . . .” he captioned the funny Instagram post.
His fans quickly came to his aid and commented things like “'OH thank God!!! you're alive!!....or i was about to DIE."
They also made some pretty epic Superman jokes.
“RIP bro, don’t worry you’ll come back Superman always comes back,” one person commented, while another added: “Literally Superman. You have returned from the dead.”
Henry isn’t the first to fall victim to a death hoax.
Last month, Sylvester Stallone set the record straight after reports claimed he had passed away after a secret battle with prostate cancer. The 71-year-old action star and his brother Frank Stallone debunked the prank on social media, telling his fans to “ignore this stupidity.”