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The tache that caused the trouble (Picture: WireImage)

Paramount Pictures have donated to Movember in memory of Henry Cavills moustache – which Cavill must be ecstatic about because it means more than just worldwide mockery came out of that facial hair.

Yes, cast your mind back to this time a year ago when it was revealed that the Superman actor had to do reshoots for Justice League but was not able to shave off the tache he had so dutifully grown for his role in Mission: Impossible – Fallout as that film was also still shooting, and so DC bosses decided it wasnt an issue at all and they could just simply CGI that facial hair away.

Somehow, despite all the money thrown at that film, the CGI removal was pretty horrendous and received a right royal mocking on social media and by film fans.

This took $25 million (Picture: DC/WB)

Now however, with men around the world attempting to grow a moustache to raise money for the charity initiative Movember, Paramount have taken to Twitter to confirm they have donated in memory of Henry Cavills #KingStache.

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In memory of Henry Cavills #KingStache in Mission: Impossible Fallout, @ParamountMovies has made a donation to @Movember in support of their mens health initiatives, they tweeted. Donate today at http://Movember.com #LongLiveTheMo.

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It was claimed $25 million (£19.4 million) was spent on painstakingly blanking Cavills impressive tash out of scenes, which producers thought would do the job.

How wrong they were.

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