Henry Cavill might play a serious Man of Steel but that doesn't mean that the "Mission Impossible 6" actor doesn't have a sense of humor. The real Clark Kent has just spoken up about the latest uproar about Superman's appearance in "Justice League," confirming that both Warner Bros. and Paramount are dealing with his mustache.

People simply couldn't stop talking about the mustache problem that "Justice League" is facing and Henry Cavill certainly has something to say about the dilemma. The actor decided to address the issue with a hilarious post on Instagram.

The entity known as 'Henry Cavill's Mustache'

Henry Cavill's Instagram followers are already aware of the actor's glorious mustache, a new attribute that he has been grooming for his new film "Mission Impossible 6." In addition to that, fans have already grown fond of the "Justice League" star's sense of humor. So when Variety reported that Warner Bros. and Paramount are currently at odds about the mandatory facial hair, it was only a matter of time before Cavill had his say on the matter.

Cavill has just posted a new Instagram photo depicting "the latest in a series of weapons" that the two studios will utilize for the hairy problem he jokingly called "the entity know as 'Henry Cavill's Moustache'." In addition to that, the "MI6" star stated that he was not yet asked to shave but there has been "a relentless campaign to put an end to the seemingly inexorable conquest of this despotic 'stache'."

Should Superman shave for 'JL'?

Although there is little doubt that Warner Bros.

is eager to get rid of Henry Cavill's upper lip fur, the actor indicated that the mustache is here to stay. However, the studio will need to find a way to hide it when Superman returns in "Justice League."

Cavill concluded his lengthy caption on his Instagram post with an interesting note.

"It is not a question of IF I should shave - it is a question of how can we possibly be victorious against such a beast without bringing our own doom raining down upon us," he wrote.

"Justice League" is currently dealing with reshoots after Joss Whedon took over as director for Zack Snyder. It is still unclear whether Superman will return with an amazing mustache, but most fans are already hoping that Kal El will have a new look in the DC Extended Universe film.

"Justice League" will premiere on November 17. The "Mission Impossible 6" official title has not yet been confirmed, although the sequel is scheduled for release on July 28, 2018.