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Elin Hörnfeldt is the photographer who worked with Henry Cavill for his Dunhill Black and Dunhill London fragrance television advertising campaigns. She documented the experience through still photography of Henry between takes or behind-the-scenes and gave us some insight into what it was like to capture him on film and why he made such a great fit for the Dunhill brand.
On a recent trip back to the UK, Henry Cavill spent a day at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and announced his support of the organization as an ambassador. He also launched the www.cavillconservation.com website with special incentives to adopt animals and donate. He spent time with Lee Durrell, the wife of the late Gerald Durrell, founder of the trust and filmed a short video. We chatted with Rick Jones, Communications Officer for the Trust and Lee Durrell about Henry Cavill’s involvement with them, their important work, and of course, what role Lee could see Henry playing if one of Gerald’s many books were made into a movie.
On Memorial Day 2014 we were contacted by the Royal Marine Charitable Trust Fund with the news that Henry Cavill had become an ambassador to their organization. Through a special video, he also helped to launch the final leg of the grueling 1664 Challenge that would not only celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines, but also help to raise 500,000 pounds for the RMCTF. We spoke to Charlotte Martin, Fundraising Coordinator for the RMCTF about how Henry came to be involved and to learn a bit more about the Royal Marine Charitable Trust Fund and the 1664 Challenge.
A mere six-pack doesn't cut it in Hollywood anymore. Today's male stars need 5 percent body fat, massive pecs, and the much-coveted inguinal crease – regardless of what it takes to get there. In a new article in Men’s Health Magazine, Gym Jones founder Mark Twight talks about getting Henry Cavill into Man of Steel shape.
Henry Cavill's next film project, 'Batman Vs. Superman', is featured in Empire magazine's April edition in their “guide to the biggest movies being made right now” along with the Avatar 2, The Fantastic Four, Star Wars: Episode VII and others big movie projects.
While the Guy Ritchie remake of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., starring Henry Cavill as Napoleon Solo and Armie Hammer as Ilya Kuryakin won’t be hitting theaters until January of 2015, we were lucky enough to catch up with Simona Caparrini, who plays an Italian Countess in the movie and ask her what Henry was like on set as well as talk about some of her other movies.
The Cold Light of Day, set and filmed entirely in Spain, was shot over ten weeks back in 2010 in the Community of Valencia and Madrid as well as several weeks on the stages at Ciudad de la Luz studios in Alicante. Mabrouk El-Mechri directed the project, starring Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver. The film was a US-Spanish production, and the majority of the cast and crew were Spanish and European. We had a chance to talk to local actor Jose Pedrosa, who was an extra in the opening airport scene. Pedrosa lives in Alicante and has been in several other movie productions in Spain.
Jonathan “Yoni” Nadav plays the younger version of Henry Cavill’s heartthrob secret agent Napoleon Solo in Guy Ritchie’s remake of the classic television show, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and also acted as his double/stand-in. He did the majority of his filming at Warner Bros Leavesden Studios, just outside of London in the U.K. on sound stages.
Actor Dean Cain is perhaps best known for playing Clark Kent/Superman on four seasons of the television show Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman with Teri Hatcher (1993-1997). He also starred in movies like The Broken Hearts Club and Out of Time and appeared on television programs like Beverly Hills 90210 and A Different World. Cain returned to the world of Superman with a special guest role in a seventh season episode of Smallville as Dr. Curtis Knox, a character based upon the DC Comics villain Vandal Savage. He has hosted both Off Camera With Dean Cain and Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and is currently hosting 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty on Spike TV. We chatted with…
Robert “Maximus” MacDonald, the General Manager and Training Director at Gym Jones in Salt Lake City, Utah, recounted his experience of working with Henry Cavill, who had been training in Gym Jones for the untitled sequel to Man of Steel, Batman Vs Superman, and told some interesting details about Superman workout in his interview for Moviehole.net. Read what he has said about Henry below.