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Joey Bevan is a London Fashion Stylist, Designer & Hair Stylist. IN 2013, Joey designed garments for the Coronation Festival at Buckingham Palace. He is also a fashion writer and has had his work published in over a dozen countries. Joey was head-hunted for Britain’s Next Top Model Live in 2010 and The Ideal Home Show in 2011. It was at The Ideal Home Show where he had the honour to meet HRH Prince Charles. We connected with Joey on Twitter and after chatting with him, he kindly agreed to fill us in about what inspires him, his fashion design career and his ideas for Henry Cavill and style.
Last summer, we admired the drawing of Tatjana @creafea on Twitter. She did a beautiful illustration of Henry Cavill from one of the Man of Steel premieres and shared the You Tube video created to illustrate her process. We soon discovered her talent on Facebook, Instagram and Deviant Art. One of her drawings that she shared on Facebook was of her boyfriend in a Super suit. After tweeting and talking with her, we decided it would be fun to do a giveaway of one of her pieces. She graciously offered to draw several portraits of Henry Cavill to let the fans vote on which they liked the best. The winner of the giveaway will win the illustration with the most…
Empire Magazine critiques Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel in their January 2014 issue. Despite a mixed review, they give it four stars, saying Christopher Nolan, writer David Goyer and director Zack Snyder have given the reboot “a modernity missing in Bryan Singer’s previous attempt”. Henry Cavill has appeared on the cover of Empire Magazine several times, including March and June of 2013.
Batman vs. Superman isn’t hitting the theaters until July 17, 2015, but filming is starting next month – February 2014. The orange tape is linked, security is in place and the house the Kryptonians destroyed has been built again. And thanks to some Super Sleuthing, we can even see the outline of furniture through the windows. It looks like the Kents are ready to move back into Yorkville & Plano, Illinois… err Smallville, Kansas.
The more rumors we hear about the Man of Steel sequel and the more characters we see added to the movie’s roster, the more we get the feeling that instead of being the sequel to Henry Cavill's Man of Steel, this will in fact be the Justice League movie.
Heather is a member of the California Air National Guard and had the fantastic experience of being an extra in the movie and also had her photo taken with Henry Cavill. What follows is Heather’s account of working on the Man of Steel and finally getting a photo taken with Henry!
Clark Collis, a reporter for Entertainment Weekly, was sent to London, U.K., to go to as many movie sets as possible in a week. His mission was to find out how the Hollywood elite is dealing with the local customs and climate, and to discover how this influx of major studio movies is affecting homegrown films. Here’s the portion of the article regarding his visit to the set of Henry’s new movie, directed by Guy Ritchie, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., currently filming in London.
On November 12th, the much anticipated release of Henry Cavill's Man of Steel on DVD/Blu-Ray happens in the United States. We were lucky enough to receive an advance copy from Warner Brothers Home Entertainment and now we'd like to share our review of the DVD and extra features.
Actor Robert Vaughn took time to talk to HenryCavill.Org recently during rehearsals in London for his upcoming play, Twelve Angry Men. Mr. Vaughn has had a long career in television, movies and the stage, but is perhaps best known as the American half of the spy duo from the 60’s television show The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – agent Napoleon Solo. The show has a special place for him personally as well as professionally. “It meant everything. I went from being a working actor to being a negotiating actor. In other words, I was able to actually ask for something… like a caravan or something like that. You know, something you couldn’t ask for when you were non-negotiable.”
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… Super Grover and Superman! Entertainment Weekly published a great story with exclusive photographs of Henry Cavill filming Sesame Street. Check out the photo of the moment when Superman met Super Grover below, and read on for more details from the set of Henry’s Sesame Street guest appearance. UPD: Also, Kevin Pamplin did an interview about Henry Cavill with Sesame Street producer on BBC Jersey: listen it here or on BBC's website (at 43:30), and Good Morning America has a backstage video featured Henry.