It was recently announced that Henry Cavill had formed a production company with his brother Charlie called Promethean Productions. The first movie they will be producing is Stratton: First into Action with Henry in the lead role of SBS Operative John Stratton. The film will be based on the first book in a series of nine novels written by Duncan Falconer called The Hostage.
The new career stage of Henry Cavill is shown by not only his work in the movies, but by his endeavors off camera. It all started with his support of the International Medical Corps last year and see what he has become now. Henry spends more and more time doing charity work. In the past six months, Henry has been honoured to become an ambassador to the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund, and also for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. He has the power to help and he uses it.
We are glad to present to you the second part of our exclusive interview with Henry Cavill in Gibraltar (you can find the first part here) during the celebration of the 350th Anniversary of the Royal Marines on October 25, 2014. We asked him about his work in the film industry, his future projects, as well as how he deals with his popularity.
Being the ambassador for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF), Henry Cavill took part in the celebration of the 350th Anniversary of the Royal Marines which held several events this weekend in Gibraltar, including the Rock Run.
Among the 350 runners from all over the world, Henry did the Gibraltar Rock run with his elder brother, former Royal Marine, Lieutenant Colonel Nik Cavill, and his Batman V Superman trainer Michael Blevins.
We brought you our exclusive coverage of these events in partnership with the CAA Sisters.
Our correspondents, Noelia and Fatima, were in Gibraltar and had the opportunity to interview Henry Cavill himself as well as his brother Nik for HenryCavill.Org.
Every once in a while, I read a book and stop and think, ‘oh my goodness, they just described Henry Cavill perfectly.. right down to his outfit!’ That happened when I started reading Tali Alexander’s wonderfully captivating and sexy book, Love in Rewind. Her protagonist Louis was described perfectly as Henry in appearance and carried himself in a way that we have observed Henry do in several different roles. Tali was kind enough to take time out of her very busy schedule to answer some questions for us.
Author Tori Madison is releasing her debut novel, Beneath It All today. She will be back next week to chat with us about her experience, her inspiration and her thoughts on Henry Cavill and just which character could be played by him.
We last chatted with Alice Clayton over a year ago after she released the wonderfully funny and sexy, Wallbanger. Since that time, she’s released several bestselling books in her Cocktail Series. She’s also traversed the country with a fun bunch of other romance authors and has been writing up a storm. She graciously chatted with us about all of her books, her adventures and just how Henry Cavill fits into her latest release, Screwdrivered.
Author Eryn LaPlant first chatted with us when we interviewed her about her book, The Blue Lute and her Henry Cavill like protagonist, Brandon, last winter. This week she celebrates the one year anniversary of the book’s release with a gorgeous new book cover and a wonderful alternate/deleted scene.
Enjoy the beginning of her alternate/deleted scene here…
Elin Hörnfeldt is the photographer who worked with Henry Cavill for his Dunhill Black and Dunhill London fragrance television advertising campaigns. She documented the experience through still photography of Henry between takes or behind-the-scenes and gave us some insight into what it was like to capture him on film and why he made such a great fit for the Dunhill brand.