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Henry Cavill is joined by his brother Nik (a Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Marines) and his trainer Michael Blevins for the 350th anniversary run, which sees sponsored participants undertake an exhausting five kilometre uphill climb in support of the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund.
Henry Cavill has arrived in Gibraltal today at 11:30 AM to Celebrate Royal Marines' 350th Anniversary, and the first photos of him leaving the British Airways plane were published on My Gibraltar Facebook page. As you already know, tomorrow Henry will do the Gibraltar Rock Run to support one of his charity, the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF). He'll be running with his brother Nik, a Royal Marine himself.
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Today, on his charity site CavillConservation.com, Henry asked his fans to pay attention and to express support for the honor of the orangutan, who passed away back in August. Gina the orangutan was the eldest in the orangutan family in Durrell's zoo based on Henry's native Jersey island.
Rumors that Nikki Finke revealed five months ago, as well as some other rumors about Superman movies today have been confirmed by Warner Bros. Pictures official statement. Henry Cavill will play Superman in a few movies until 2019. Following Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and the Justice League, which are filming back-to-back in Detroit at the moment, several solo superhero movies based of DC Universe will be released the next few years, in which Henry Cavill could make a cameo as Superman, if not full role.
Expanding his charitable activities in collaboration with the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, an international charity working globally to save species from extinction, Henry draws our attention to the rescue of threatened tortoises. Together with a new article about the reptiles of Durrell zoo in Jersey, published today on CavillConservation.com, you will also find a video of Henry meeting one of the world's rarest reptiles, the beautiful yet critically endangered ploughshare tortoise.