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Composer Daniel Pemberton spent about a year of his life working on the music for the new Man From U.N.C.L.E. movie from director Guy Ritchie, starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer and it has paid off in spades. Early reviews of the soundtrack are glowing with praise and rightly so. Pemberton has put together a fantastically catchy, fun and 60s nostalgic soundtrack. Recorded in Studio Two at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, the score is filled with a 60s vibe while managing to ilicit the feel of the movie's exotic locales and super sexy spies.
Comic-Con International, held last weekend at San Diego, has given us so many wonderful images and videos of Henry and his two new movies, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. We've tried to cover it all here on our site and Social Media, but today we'd like to cover a fun story, that we think should get its own post.
The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund, whose ambassador Henry Cavill became last year, has released their impact report for 2014. They give thanks to all who participated in their acts of charity and who helped to raise funds, as well as give us some statistics on their impressive achievements in 2014 thanks to Henry and you, his fans.
Jersey, CI, impatiently waits for the imminent visit of their Superman Henry Cavill to the island. So, Jersey Evening Post, a local Jersey newspaper, conducted an investigation about the house where Henry Cavill spent his childhood, L'Ecluse in Vallee des Vaux.
A week has passed since the release of the first trailer for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. That time was enough for our emotions to subside, and our thoughts finally took shape in words. We have tried to describe what we have seen from different angles in such a short video.
A young and upcoming stunt actor named Alain Moussi caught his first break doubling for Henry Cavill in Tarsem Singh’s 2011 epic battle flick Immortals. He’s since done stunt work in everything from Pacific Rim to White House Down and is now playing the lead in the remake of the classic Jean Claude Van Damme movie, Kickboxer. We caught up with Alain during a break in filming to talk about working with Henry on Immortals and what it’s been like to make a movie with the likes of JCVD, Georges St-Pierre and Dave Bautista.
Over the last six months we have been closely watching what is happening on the set of Henry Cavill's latest film, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Today, with the filming process close to its finish, Ed Gross from VoicesFromKrypton.net gave us the opportunity to bring our observations and expectations of the new movie and share our opinions with our colleagues from fellow websites.
Henry Cavill is known not just as Superman, but also as one of the most charismatic actors in Hollywood. Year after year, his charm and handsomeness help him to make the lists of the sexiest men alive. Have you ever wondered what makes him so attractive?
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.
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.