Man of Steel’ Henry Cavill linked to actress Kaley Cuoco

Getty ImagesHenry Cavill is popular with the ladies

Getty ImagesHenry Cavill is popular with the ladies

Man of Steel” hunk Henry Cavill is reportedly dating “Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco, according to several sources.“

Cavill — who, let’s face it, was at his hottest on “The Tudors,” not as a superhero — recently broke up with Gina Carano and is now “getting to know” Cuoco, says People magazine.“

No one has actually seen Henry and Kaley them together, however. According to OMG, the only time the two have been seen in the same room was backstage at the Guys Choice awards, and they didn’t even interact with one another.“

Cuoco also sent out an innocuous tweet about his “Superman” movie, saying, “Everyone go see ‘man of steel.’ It’s fantastic in every single way.“

Wow, love really is blind.“

Got scoops or Bay Area celebrity gossip? Email scoop@sfexaminer.com.“

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