Gibraltar’s local newspaper, Gibraltar Chronicle published today a huge report with plenty of photographs from the celebration of the Royal Marines' 350th Anniversary, and particularly the Rock Run, which took place in Gibraltar on Saturday, October 25, as well as the interview with two brothers, Henry and Nik Cavill.
We are glad to present to you the second part of our exclusive interview with Henry Cavill in Gibraltar (you can find the first part here) during the celebration of the 350th Anniversary of the Royal Marines on October 25, 2014. We asked him about his work in the film industry, his future projects, as well as how he deals with his popularity.
Being the ambassador for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF), Henry Cavill took part in the celebration of the 350th Anniversary of the Royal Marines which held several events this weekend in Gibraltar, including the Rock Run.
Among the 350 runners from all over the world, Henry did the Gibraltar Rock run with his elder brother, former Royal Marine, Lieutenant Colonel Nik Cavill, and his Batman V Superman trainer Michael Blevins.
We brought you our exclusive coverage of these events in partnership with the CAA Sisters.
Our correspondents, Noelia and Fatima, were in Gibraltar and had the opportunity to interview Henry Cavill himself as well as his brother Nik for HenryCavill.Org.
Henry Cavill poses for photos at the Gala event in Celebration of the 350th Anniversary of The Royal Marines at the Buckingham Palace in Gibraltar on Saturday, October 25, 2014.
HenryCavill.org & CAASisters are bringing you live coverage from Gibraltar today.
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.