Henry Cavillís Superman ushered in the DC Extended Universe back in 2013 with Man of Steel, and heís returning to the big screen later this month in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Following that, his next scheduled appearance is in Justice League: Part One, but as we know, Wonder Woman is arriving five months before the DC heroes officially join forces for the first time. Thereís been no word on whether Superman might cameo in the Amazonís solo movie, but it canít be discounted entirely.

While speaking with the Brazilian magazine Superinteressante, Cavill reaffirmed that he wonít appear in Suicide Squad, but he wasnít so sure about Wonder Woman. Hereís the rough translation of his comment:
In ĎWonder Woman,í I havenít heard anything yet, but watch that space. And in anything else, I donít know just yet if anything else gets shot between.
Wonder Woman has been shooting in London for almost four months, and still has a fair amount left to finish. Since most of the movie takes place in 1918 during World War I, the only way Superman could appear is in one of the present day "bookends" that were revealed yesterday during EWís massive DC movies coverage. Since these scenes take place after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it wouldnít be unusual seeing the two interacting, and that could be another way to set up Justice League: Part One that fall. Plus, letís be honest: a Superman cameo in one of his fellow Justice Leaguersí movies makes way more sense than appearing in the supervillain-filled Suicide Squad.

However, beyond just how Superman would fit into the Wonder Woman story, itís also a question of whether an appearance would fit into Cavillís schedule. The actorís next project, the war drama Sand Castle, also began filming in November, but even if heís finished his work on that, heís now making the press rounds for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. So Cavill may not have time to head out to London or the next two stops on the Wonder Woman shooting schedule, France and Italy, in time. Since Warner Bros would like would to keep a Superman cameo a secret for as long as possible, it may be a while until we get confirmation one way or the other.

Superman isnít the only hero thatís been speculated to appear in Wonder Woman. Last November, it was rumored that Batman would show up, specifically by watching her save civilians from Ares and then chatting with her afterwards. Since the majority of Wonder Woman takes place nearly 100 years ago, moviegoers wonít have to worry about Diana of Themyscira being overshadowed, but much like how the Marvel movies have included occasional hero cameos in another heroís movie (Bruce Banner in Iron Man 3, as an example) it wouldnít be weird for DC to take a similar approach.

Wonder Woman hits theaters on June 23, 2017.