Write on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Actor Robert Vaughn took time to talk to HenryCavill.Org recently during rehearsals in London for his upcoming play, Twelve Angry Men. Mr. Vaughn has had a long career in television, movies and the stage, but is perhaps best known as the American half of the spy duo from the 60’s television show The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – agent Napoleon Solo.

The show has a special place for him personally as well as professionally. “It meant everything. I went from being a working actor to being a negotiating actor. In other words, I was able to actually ask for something… like a caravan or something like that. You know, something you couldn’t ask for when you were non-negotiable.”

Write on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 Category: Interviews with Authors

We recently chatted with author Agatha Rae about her novel, Oenone. We first discovered her on twitter commenting on our discussions about Henry Cavill. She mentioned that he was her inspiration for writing her first novel.

Several authors have had Henry in mind as the inspiration behind their book protagonist, but no one else had mentioned that his work ethics and drive inspired them. Agatha’s writing of her first novel coincided with Henry being named to star in the next Superman movie. His drive to be the best, to work hard to achieve what you want and to never give up was the motivation she used to complete Oenone.

Write on Thursday, 05 September 2013 Category: Interviews with Authors

REAL… A fallen boxer… A woman with a broken dream… A competition… With an introduction like that, I knew I had to read the book by Katy Evans. Remington ‘Remy’ Tate is the star fighter in an underground boxing circuit. He’s ripped, powerful, handsome and seductive. He wins in the ring night after night. Every woman wants him… and then, he meets Brooke Dumas, a woman guarding her own losses. This wonderfully written story will have you glued to its pages while at the same time tearing your heart in pieces.

When we found out Katy Evans was releasing REAL through Gallery books, we couldn’t wait to talk with her about her book, her writing style, her characters and of course, her impression of Henry Cavill.

Write on Tuesday, 27 August 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Before the release of Man of Steel, we started a chat with Caroline Goodall on Twitter. She is an actress who played Henry Cavill’s mother in Cold Light of Day. She tweeted us that Henry was very charming. With this teaser, we knew we needed to know more. She agreed to do an interview with us. When we connected with Caroline, she graciously answered questions about working with Henry and filled us in about her own career and projects.

Write on Thursday, 22 August 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Ed Gross is an entertainment journalist who's been covering film and TV for far longer than he cares to think about. The author of a number of non-fiction books, he is currently Executive Editor of Movie Magic and Life Story magazines, a frequent contributor to Geek and SciFi Now, an editor at Comicbookmovie.com and Editor of VoicesFromKrypton.net, a news site devoted to Superman and the different members of the Justice League.

Just prior to the release of Tarsem Singh’s Immortals and while Man of Steel was in production, Ed Gross sat down with actor Henry Cavill for an exclusive interview in which he discussed Henry’s career and upcoming film. We interviewed Ed about Man of Steel before the movie was released. We caught back up with Ed to see what he thought about Henry Cavill’s upcoming projects, the Man of Steel sequel and the Man from U.N.C.L.E. movie.

Write on Tuesday, 20 August 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Ed Gross is an entertainment journalist who's been covering film and TV for far longer than he cares to think about. The author of a number of non-fiction books, he is currently Executive Editor of Movie Magic and Life Story magazines, a frequent contributor to Geek and SciFi Now, an editor at Comicbookmovie.com and Editor of VoicesFromKrypton.net, a news site devoted to Superman and the different members of the Justice League.

Just prior to the release of Tarsem Singh’s Immortals and while Man of Steel was in production, Ed Gross sat down with actor Henry Cavill for an exclusive interview in which he discussed Henry’s career and upcoming film.

We interviewed Ed about Man of Steel before the movie was released. After the movie came out, we caught back up with Ed to see what he thought about Henry and the film.

Write on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 Category: Interviews with Authors

Last winter, the same fabulous friend who has introduced me to so many of the other authors I’ve had the chance to interview, asked me if I had read the Dream Man series by Kristen Ashley. I had never heard of Kristen or her books, but the title of the series alone had me wanting to read it. She sent me the first one-Mystery Man and that started my journey. Since that first book, I’ve read 5 of her series and 22 of her books. Today, she releases the final book in her Rock Chick series, Rock Chick Revolution.

Write on Thursday, 08 August 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Mackenzie Gray was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. A professional actor for over 30 years, he has appeared in over 130 films and television shows and was a series lead on a major US network. He has worked on stage in Britain, Canada and the United States in hundreds of plays, musicals and cabarets, and has provided many voices for animated series and documentaries. In addition to performing, Gray is a prolific director, writer and producer in film and theatre. He wrote vignettes and "shorts" for several episodes of Sesame Street (1969) and was the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the popular Toronto rock band The Fridge Stickers. His most recent turn was as Jax-Ur in the Man of Steel. In part two of our interview, he talks about the Man of Steel sequel and Henry Cavill in The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Write on Tuesday, 06 August 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Mackenzie Gray was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. A professional actor for over 30 years, he has appeared in over 130 films and television shows and was a series lead on a major US network. He has worked on stage in Britain, Canada and the United States in hundreds of plays, musicals and cabarets, and has provided many voices for animated series and documentaries. In addition to performing, Gray is a prolific director, writer and producer in film and theatre. He wrote vignettes and "shorts" for several episodes of Sesame Street (1969) and was the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the popular Toronto rock band The Fridge Stickers. His most recent turn was as Jax-Ur in the Man of Steel. In part one of our interview, he talks about his time on Man of Steel and working with Henry Cavill.

Write on Tuesday, 23 July 2013 Category: Articles & Reviews

Best known for the pivotal role of Ursa, in Superman I and II, Sarah Douglas has had a long and rewarding career playing a number of dramatic roles in both television and the movies, including Superman I & II, Falcon Crest, V, Conan The Destroyer, Witchville, Solarbabies, Babylon 5, Remington Steele, Beastmaster II and many more high profile projects. We caught up with her recently to ask her impressions of Man of Steel. Having worked with the late Christopher Reeve, we asked Sarah her thoughts about both the new movie and the new ‘man of steel’.