Steve Hayes and Peter Wright recently embarked on a journey traversing 254 KM through the Amazon jungle in Brazil. They completed this mission with hopes of not only pushing their bodies to a new level of accomplishment, but also to raise funds for Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. They set out to raise 2000 pounds for Durrell and have crossed the halfway point of their goal. We recently caught up with them to find out more about their journey and to find out a bit more about Durrell Ambassador Henry Cavill’s support of their fundraiser.
Helena Hunting is a gifted writer who has the amazing talent of being able to write the tender, emotional Clipped Wings series as well as this new funny, romantic Pucked series. As much as we absolutely loved the Clipped Wings series, it's Alex Walters in Pucked that caused us to draw the book boyfriend connection with Henry Cavill. Helena kindly chatted with us about her books, her characters and Henry Cavill.
We have had such fun interviewing Alice Clayton before and absolutely love her tales of fun, antics and romance with hunky males thrown in for good measure. Her latest book, NUTS is among our favourites. What’s not to love with a down to earth story of a chef thrown back into her small town to assist her mother by running her diner only to discover the local farmer is a whole lot of handsome along with supplying amazing fresh produce for her creations?
Katy Evans is a NY Times & USA Today bestselling author of such fabulous books as the Real series and now, the Manwhore series. Don’t be caught off guard by the title, Malcolm Saint may have the reputation of being a ‘manwhore’, but as Rachel Livingston discovers, there’s so much more to him than she could have imagined. Katy talked to us when the first book in the series came out and she’s generously chatted with us again about the final release in the series, Ms Manwhore , the final chapter in the love story between Malcolm and Rachel.
Lorenzo Agius is considered one of the preeminent portrait and fashion photographers of his generation. His portraiture has encompassed many highly regarded talents including Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connolly, Jack Nicholson, Beyonce, Madonna, Rachel Weisz, Helen Hunt, Samuel L Jackson, Kevin Spacey and Helen Mirren. His images have graced the covers and pages of everything from Esquire, GQ, Glamour and Vanity Fair to promotional materials for Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate and Sony Pictures.
He photographed a young Henry Cavill for Men’s Health back in 2008 and again in 2015 for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. His promotional images of Henry have appeared most recently in Vanity Fair Italy, Cosmopolitan Russia, and many other magazines. We chatted with him about Henry Cavill and why he’s so photogenic.
To celebrate the worldwide release of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. today, we are partnering with Warner Bros Studios to give away three (3) official promotional T-shirts for the movie. You can enter below with name and email address for your chance to win a cool U.N.C.L.E. T-shirt featuring the silhouette of Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer as Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin under a bullseye.
We were on the New York red carpet for the worldwide premiere of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. recently and had the chance to ask Henry Cavill some questions in an exclusive interview. He talked to us about the difference between Superman and his Napoleon Solo character, if he'd do a comedy in the future and also about whether playing a secret agent in his new movie would open any doors for him taking on the mantle of James Bond some day.
HenryCavill.org was once again invited by Warner Brothers to participate at the New York City Premiere of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. which was to be held at the Ziegfeld Theatre on August 10th. We are excited to to bring you our live coverage of this event.
It’s been two years since Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel debuted in theaters and in that time he has filmed a follow up (Batman V Superman) and has been announced for several more superhero movies, including Justice League Part 1 and Part 2. While it’s true that the Man of Steel was a break out role for Cavill, many of his loyal fans already knew about him from his stint on Showtime’s The Tudors and roles in smaller movies like The Count of Monte Cristo and I Capture the Castle. The question for many who only know him as Superman is, can he pull off a role that requires humour, wit and subtlety instead of just battling evil Kryptonians and saving the day? The good news is that he not only meets expectation, but knocks it out of the park.
Composer Daniel Pemberton spent about a year of his life working on the music for the new Man From U.N.C.L.E. movie from director Guy Ritchie, starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer and it has paid off in spades. Early reviews of the soundtrack are glowing with praise and rightly so. Pemberton has put together a fantastically catchy, fun and 60s nostalgic soundtrack. Recorded in Studio Two at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, the score is filled with a 60s vibe while managing to ilicit the feel of the movie's exotic locales and super sexy spies.