After Obsessing Over ‘Succession’, Henry Cavill’s Girlfriend, Natalie Viscuso, Gloats About This 2022 Film on Her Instagram

Published 10/09/2023, 7:04 AM EDT

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Henry Cavill, apart from being a brilliant actor and his works as the White Wolf and Superman, are a testament to it. With his perfect jawline and sensual physique, the British actor has earned a huge number of female fans, too. However, the actor broke all the hearts by announcing his relationship with Natalie Viscuso in 2021. Since then, the Superman actor and his better half have been going strong. However, the American executive personality has rarely shown her admiration for her boyfriend on her social media.

Because more than loving her boyfriend, Viscuso was obsessed with the HBO series, Succession, as she expressed on her Instagram stories frequently. However, this time, she gloated about another film. 

Natalie Viscuso gloated this 2022 film and not Henry Cavill

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Unlike some Hollywood couples, Cavill and Viscuso like to keep their romance extremely private. However, the 34-year-old celebrity keeps fans updated about her obsessions. After extensively admiring the HBO series, she shared the news of Barbarians being available on HBO Max on her Instagram story. Barbarians is a 2022 film that became available on the streaming service provider.

 

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Zach Cregger wrote and directed the horror thriller movie in his solo screenwriting and directional debut. The flick stars Bill Skarsgård, Georgina Campbell, and Justin Long. The movie revolves around a woman renting a house. After booking the house, she discovers a stranger already occupied the house. Despite feeling suspicious, she decides to stay there. Soon, she discovers there is a lot to fear apart from just an unexpected guest.

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The reason the TV executive shared the post was because she is now the vice president of TV at Vertigo Entertainment. In her story, she mentioned the production company as well. Each time, when she joins hands with a company, she makes sure to give everything to the company, including promoting the content on her social media accounts as well. Well, despite keeping her personal life private, she can not resist sharing this one personal thing with her fans.

Which personal thing about the Hollywood executive are we talking about?

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There are plenty of aspects of a person’s personal life that they can share with the public. One of the personal things that Viscuso often shares with her fans on social media is her love for her pets. Yes, she has a dog named Baggings, which she welcomed after the demise of the previous one, Meat. However, recently, she has been expressing how much she missed Meat via her Instagram posts.

 

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It seems not Henry Cavill, but dogs and series often catch Natalie Viscuso’s attention. But not showcasing their love for each other is also a way of loving one another. Because while both partners willingly respect their better half’s need for privacy, they both also share the same quality of being dedicated to their work. Viscuso’s recent post on her Instagram profile proves it as well.

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What do you think about Natalie Viscuso’s recent Instagram shout-out? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Neha Chande

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Meet Neha Chande, an entertainment writer at Netflix Junkie, who has written more than 1100 articles. With a Master's degree in English Literature, Neha believes in unbiased journalism. Before delving into her passion for writing and cinema, she taught English and communication skills as a facilitator and lecturer.

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