Henry Cavill: All the News
Henry Cavill, who has become the ambassador for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust this summer, continues his charity work to save the rare species of animals. Following the gorillas, orangutans, and tortoises, lemurs are in the spotlight today.
On November 13, the BAM Studios, a Chicago audio post-production facility offering a full range of services (including ADR and voice recording), tweeted: "We're excited that Henry Cavill has just stepped into the booth here at BAM! Thanks for recording with us!" A few days later, they published on their Facebook page this photo of Henry Cavill and Dave Leffel. And just now they have confirmed Henry did ADR for the upcoming movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
It was recently announced that Henry Cavill had formed a production company with his brother Charlie called Promethean Productions. The first movie they will be producing is Stratton: First into Action with Henry in the lead role of SBS Operative John Stratton. The film will be based on the first book in a series of nine novels written by Duncan Falconer called The Hostage.
Half a month has passed since Henry Cavill took part in the celebration of the 350th Anniversary of the Royal Marines in Gibraltar, but he is not yet ready to put an end to this project. Henry continues to raise funds for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund, whose ambassador he has become in May this year.
With Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice in the works and Justice League on the horizon, SciFiNow takes a look at Warner Bros’ strategy, and finds out why it doesn’t have to fear Marvel. Although the magazine doesn't reveal anything new about future films featuring Henry Cavill, the 99th issue of SciFiNow is remarkable at least for the fact that this is the first cover with Henry as Superman after last year's Man of Steel.
Just yesterday Deadline broke the news that Henry Cavill had formed a production company with his brother Charlie called Promethean Productions and that the first film slated to be produced by it was Stratton. More details are emerging now on Henry playing the lead in the Stratton movie from Duncan Falconer himself, author of the books the film will be based on. We can see now what Henry's casting process looked like and what is awaiting us in the future.
Henry Cavill has formed production company Promethean with his brother and father, Charlie Cavill and Colin Cavill, and now sets first feature film Stratton, Deadline.com exclusively reports. Stratton is based on an eight-novel series by Duncan Falconer and tells a story of John Stratton, an operative of the SBS who works with the Intelligence Detachment in Northern Ireland. Filming will begin in the spring.
The new career stage of Henry Cavill is shown by not only his work in the movies, but by his endeavors off camera. It all started with his support of the International Medical Corps last year and see what he has become now. Henry spends more and more time doing charity work. In the past six months, Henry has been honoured to become an ambassador to the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund, and also for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. He has the power to help and he uses it.
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.