Henry Cavill’s solo video of himself building a gaming PC from scratch was oddly soothing.
The actor is a keen gamer, and wanted to hook himself up with a cool bit of kit during lockdown.
Henry – dressed in a blue vest and black trousers – showed off his bits he had bought before getting to work, with Barry White classic You’re The First, My Last, My Everything playing over the top.
In the five minute Instagram video, the Man Of Steel star (wearing a pretty full lockdown beard) lovingly put his PC together over the course of two days.
He wrote the cheeky caption: ‘All The Parts. This kind of material isn’t for everyone….viewer direction is advised.
‘You may see a lot of parts that you haven’t seen before.’
Just before he gently eases an important part into the PC, a message warns viewers: ‘Those little gold pins are sensitive. They gotta fit right. You gotta be gentle.’
After making a couple of slip ups (like putting one bit in upside down), Henry let us admire his finished creation, which came complete with multicoloured lights.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. actor loves his video games and famously turned up late to his Man Of Steel audition because he was playing Warcraft.
If he’s still staying at home, we reckon he’ll have many happy hours playing with himself.
That is until work resumes again on season 2 of The Witcher later this summer, which was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Netflix’s high-fantasy hit stars Henry as the titular monster hunter, alongside Anya Chalotra as his star-crossed lover, the witch Yennefer.
The news was announced on the show’s official Twitter account, confirming production will kick off on 17 August.
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