One of the landmark movies in Henry Cavill's acting career was mythology fantasy film Immortals directed by Tarsem Singh, with Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz, Mickey Rourke, and Freida Pinto. When it came out in 2011 there were talks of a sequel, which faded until recently.
During a keynote address at the 16th Frames entertainment industry conference in Mumbai on Wednesday, Relativity Media CEO Ryan Kavanaugh unveiled additions to the company's Indian film slate, including a long discussed sequel to Immortals.
In interview to Filmoria, director Simon West confirms, he is now in London working on Stratton: First Into Action with Henry Cavill, and reveals his vision of the lead character, John Stratton, comparing him with James Bond.
ShortList MODE is out now, and here we have more photographs of Henry Cavill from the magazine's photoshoot, as well as another interview with him.
Henry talks to Andrew Dickens about the joy of polo necks, the fun of guns and the wardrobe issues of being Superman.
Henry Cavill was spotted partying with a few celebrity friends, including Eddie Redmayne, on March 15, 2015.
After recent photos, which Henry Cavill took with fans at The Botanist, one of the pubs of London, many of you have wondered what has happened to Henry's right eye? Indeed, if you look closely, you can see he's got quite a shiner.
Now we can put the light on the story behind Henry's black eye.