Henry Cavill News
Henry Cavill has been cast in Paramount’s upcoming sequel Mission: Impossible 6. Director Christopher McQuarrie subtly made the announcement on Instagram that Henry will be appearing in the next installment of the Tom Cruise-led franchise.
Principal photography of Henry Cavill's new movie, Nomis, has started on Saturday, February 25, in Winnipeg, Canada. And from the first day, we got the first look at Henry playing the role of Sheriff Marshall. Henry Cavill himself, his co-stars and director David Raymond shared on Instagram the first pictures from the film set.
Exciting news! Henry Cavill is offering YOU the chance to join him in a private capsule on the Coca Cola London Eye! See London from the best vantage point in the city, enjoy conversation with Henry AND a champagne toast like never before. It’s all to help The Royal Marines Charity.
First TV campaign from global technology brand, Huawei goes live this week during hit TV shows including Gogglebox and Britain’s Got Talent. Henry Cavill and Scarlett Johansson help to reinvent smartphone photography in the UK with Huawei P9 during flirtatious photo duel.
According to Dany Garcia in an Instagram post this morning, The Garcia Companies will be managing Henry Cavill and working with his team. The announcement comes from a verified account and has yet to be shared on Henry Cavill's official social media or backed up by his current team.
Henry Cavill recently spent time in Shanghai, China to promote the release of Batman v Superman with costar, Ben Affleck and director, Zack Snyder. While there, he visited the highly advanced technology communication center, Huwei Shanghai Institute. It is believed that Henry will become the spokesperson for their new product, the P9 phone. Stay tuned for more details as we have them.
It looks like we finally will see Henry Cavill playing rugby. As the Flair Bears rugby team reports, on April 30, Henry will take part in the Flairs Bears vs. Celebrities rugby match in aid of Brainstrust charity.
Henry Cavill’s new movie, Justice League — Part 1 will begin filming on April 11, a little over two weeks after the release of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, EW reports. Like Man of Steel and Batman V Superman, the movie will be directed by Zack Snyder.