Henry Cavill News
Expanding his charitable activities in collaboration with the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, an international charity working globally to save species from extinction, Henry draws our attention to the rescue of threatened tortoises. Together with a new article about the reptiles of Durrell zoo in Jersey, published today on CavillConservation.com, you will also find a video of Henry meeting one of the world's rarest reptiles, the beautiful yet critically endangered ploughshare tortoise.
"Henry Cavill was named the Sexiest Man of 2013 but will he keep his crown this year?" Glamour magazine asks you. They have put together a shortlist of 108 gorgeous (but definitely not as gorgeous as Henry is) men from the worlds of film, music and telly they reckon he's up against.
It appears that Henry Cavill is continuing a tradition with the cast and crew of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. that started when he was filming the Man of Steel movie. Back in 2012, Henry Cavill presented the cast and crew of Man Of Steel, including Mark Twight, the founder of Gym Jones and one of Henry's personal trainers, with a special commemorative coin and letter thanking them for their hard work on the film.
The old Detroit Police Department has been turned into Gotham City Jail for filming on the Batman V Superman movie. Scenes have been filmed inside and on the steps of the jail, but up until today, we had only seen a Clark Kent stunt double. Thanks to @AlisdairBoswell and @BatmanVSuperman2016, we now have a first look of Henry Cavill in the guise of Clark Kent filming a scene.
In the October issue, Empire Magazine has published the first two official images for the upcoming movie The Man From U.N.C.L.E. directed by Guy Ritchie. The two lead roles of the American and Russian super spies Napoleon Solo and Ilya Kuryakin are portrayed by Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer, respectively.
Warner Bros announced that Guy Ritchie's The Man from U.N.C.L.E., starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer, has been pushed back by a whopping eight months. Initially this film had been scheduled for January 2015. Warner Bros will now release The Man from U.N.C.L.E. on August 14th 2015 (in the US anyway).
Continuing his philanthropic activities, particularly being the ambassador for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF), Henry Cavill is going to take part in the celebration of the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines, to be held 24-27 October 2014 in Gibraltar. The event is on behalf of the RMCTF who are there to support injured and wounded Royal Marines through their Recovery Pathways.
On 6th August, Henry Cavill visited Durrell Wildlife Park on his home island of Jersey, CI, to meet Lee Durrell and the team of Wildlife Conservation Trust, an international charity working globally to save species from extinction. To help support the organization, Henry has launched the website www.cavillconservation.com. On it, Henry explains his support: “I’m enormously proud to be part of a team that makes such a huge positive impact on the world. Durrell is an organisation with a mission I can really get behind. I feel that saving the diversity of life on our planet will be seen as increasingly important in the not-too-distant future. I genuinely believe that Durrell provide hope for those endangered animals that others may…
BREAKING NEWS: Henry Cavill's new movie, the Man of Steel sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice directed by Zack Snyder, will be released on March 25, 2016, instead of May 6, 2016, as was previously announced. While the major Hollywood tabloids are speculating about whether or not Warner Bros. stepped down in the face of the new Captain America movie being released on the same day, slating the film in the period when there is no competition, we are happy about the earlier release date. After all, we get the movie in a month and a half less than originally planned.
Henry Cavill took a break from filming his new movie Batman V Superman not only to re-shoot some scenes for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. in London, but also to come to his home island of Jersey to work for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. Before Jersey was made famous by Henry Cavill, the new actor playing Superman, this small island has been home to the Durrell Wildlife Park (operated by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust), founded by British author and naturalist Gerald Durrell, where rare and endangered species of animals inhabit the land. It seems that Henry was being filmed by PBS Media today potentially for a movie/documentary about the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.