You already know that back in September, Durrell Global ambassador Henry Cavill visited Durrell Wildlife Park based on his home Jersey island, and spent some time in the bats enclosure. As a result, Henry adopted the little bat named Ben.
The first pictures of Henry Cavill from the set of his new movie, Sand Castle were just shared in social media by dog handlers Caniners Jordan Dog Training who provide their dogs for shooting in the movie.
A brief article about Henry Cavill was published in British online men's lifestyle magazine Loaded. Henry talks his relations to Royal Marines, being bullied at school, and how far he is now at his thousand miles way which has begun when he met Russell Crowe at school.
Bаск in September, Henry Cavill visited Durrell Wildlife Park on his home Jersey island. We have already seen the video clip where Henry wished good luck to two Jersey athletes before their Jungle Marathon in support of Durrell, and three videos where Henry answered fan questions.
Today, Durrell Wildlife launched Durrell TV, and in its first episode you can see not only that moment Henry with two athletes, but also something new. In particular, you can watch the footage when Henry once again visited the bats enclosure at Durrell Zoo.
The main event of this year for all Henry Cavill fans was the release of the new movie, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. directed by Guy Ritchie, in which Henry played one of the lead roles, a CIA agent Napoleon Solo, while Armie Hammer portrayed a KGB agent Illya Kuryakin. After the movie was released in theatres around the world and on DVD, it's time to share impressions from our Russian admin. We were surprised that the film was praised by critics and audiences, but flopped at the box office in the United States. However, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. became a smash success in Russia. In this article, we tell you how The Man from U.N.C.L.E. looks for Russian audience and why Russians were delighted.