Henry Cavill News
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice director Zack Snyder has released 20 seconds of the trailer. The full first trailer is going to hit the IMAX screens in U.S. on April 20.
The Laureus World Sports Awards, which is being held in Shanghai, China, on Wednesday, April 15, and starts at 1PM GMT / 9PM CCT, will be broadcast live to over 100 countries around the world. Just reminding you, that Henry Cavill will be there as one of the presenters. He has already jetted off to Shanghai.
Small update for Henry's next project: director of Stratton: First Into Action, Simon West confirms in his interview to HMV.com that they plan to begin filming in May, and also gives a few new details about the movie.
Henry Cavill, widely acclaimed for his role as Superman in the highly successful film Man of Steel, will be swapping his blue tunic and red cape for more formal dress to present an Award in Shanghai’s Grand Theatre next week, on April 15 during the Laureus World Sports Awards.
One of Jersey Rugby Football Club's best-known fans will be the VIP guest at the club's final game of the season, the annual Siam Cup clash against Guernsey on May 2nd. Superman actor Henry Cavill will be at St Peter in his role as an Ambassador for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, which is the focus of a major fund-raising day coinciding with the Ipes Siam Cup.
One of the landmark movies in Henry Cavill's acting career was mythology fantasy film Immortals directed by Tarsem Singh, with Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz, Mickey Rourke, and Freida Pinto. When it came out in 2011 there were talks of a sequel, which faded until recently. During a keynote address at the 16th Frames entertainment industry conference in Mumbai on Wednesday, Relativity Media CEO Ryan Kavanaugh unveiled additions to the company's Indian film slate, including a long discussed sequel to Immortals.
In interview to Filmoria, director Simon West confirms, he is now in London working on Stratton: First Into Action with Henry Cavill, and reveals his vision of the lead character, John Stratton, comparing him with James Bond.
After recent photos, which Henry Cavill took with fans at The Botanist, one of the pubs of London, many of you have wondered what has happened to Henry's right eye? Indeed, if you look closely, you can see he's got quite a shiner. Now we can put the light on the story behind Henry's black eye.
Henry Cavill has published a new message to his fans on his charity website CavillConservation.com. Henry talks about achievements of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in saving the endangered species of animals, and introduces 'the Durrell Index' which, Henry hopes, will become an ‘industry standard’ for all the conservation organisations.
Henry Cavill's new movie, Stratton: First Into Action now officially has a director in the form of Simon West, Screendaily.com exclusively reports. We have been waiting for the name of the director since Duncan Falconer, the author of the novels about John Stratton, leaked some news on his Facebook page a week ago.