Although Kyle Thomas Henry, often known as SuperDuperKyle, is not a real superhero, he is friends with one. The “iSpy” rapper has dabbled in acting over the past few years, most recently starring alongside Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in the Russo Brothers’ 2021 film Cherry.
On the digital series DRIVE! from E! News, Kyle exclusively revealed to the host, Austin J. Mills, “That’s my dog.” Tom and I are together, bro; he’s my guy. Kyle plays Roy, one of Cherry’s (Holland) friends, in the movie, which also stars Ciara Bravo and Michael Gandolfini.
The 29-year-old has always known he wants to be in music, but he never imagined he would try acting, never alone with one of the most well-known superheroes in the world.
He said, “I never thought about that. But buddy, the way the world operates is incredibly mysterious.
In addition to being a huge superhero fan, Kyle aspires to be one in real life and uses music as his superpower.
He informed Austin that what motivates him to succeed is the responses of his fans to his songs as he was driving about in his Porsche 911.
You can tell by the expression on their face that this has altered their day, and perhaps even their entire life, he said. “I would give them energy, and that was what kept me going. I therefore tried to create all of my music about conquering grief and becoming extraordinarily happy by channelling that into music.”
You can accomplish anything, he said. “Anybody can be you. You truly are a superhero.” And he chose the stage name SuperDuperKyle to assist others in becoming their own heroes.
In the complete movie above, find out what interesting objects Austin discovered in Kyle’s car’s glove box.