6 April 2011   Comments Off on Additional photoshoots

I’m currently looking into my HD to see my Henry collection, and add what’s been missed in our gallery. There’s two more photoshoots done in 2009 now added.

I have A LOT of pictures to be added, so keep coming to see all the updates.

4 April 2011   Comments Off on Tarsem’s ‘Immortals’ Unleashed at WonderCon with a Badass Trailer

“If there is one human who could lead them against Hyperion, it would be Theseus…”

After the presentation at WonderCon, “Immortals” it’s being considered the most antecipated movie from 2011.

A trailer has been saw and I cannot read anything but excitement about it.

It’s hard to describe all of the footage and I’m sure the trailer we saw will be out very soon, but it looked like a visually astounding and completely badass new take on Greek mythology. There were epic battles that, using CGI, looked to have the scope and scale of Return of the King’s Minas Tirith battle, with thousands upon thousands of troops lined up outside of a massive mountain fortress. Mickey Rourke, who plays the main villain King Hyperion (Cavill described him as a “scary dude”), looks insanely brutal and intimidating, wearing a helmet with sharp metal spikes that encircled his entire head. There were tons of stylized slow-mo fight scenes and Luke Evans playing Zeus swinging a whip made entirely of fire. It. Looks. AWESOME! [First Showing]

The trailer wasn’t leaked yet, and I hope they release it soon.

4 April 2011   Comments Off on Gallery updates: HQ add-ons

I’ve updated the gallery a couple days ago with the events Henry attended this year so far. Today I have some great HQ’s added to this albums. Plus, added a missing portrait done back in 2009 at Tribeca, while Henry was promoting “Whatever Works”.

3 April 2011   Comments Off on More gallery updates

I’ve just updated the gallery with more eye candy for you. Added two brand new sections, with Photoshoots and Other Projects and added near 100 pictures to it.

3 April 2011   Comments Off on Gallery Updates

Starting with the updates here, I’ve added pictures of Henry at Wondercon, plus some pictures from “Sucker Punch” in London.

In a site related, we had to change our twitter account. So if you was following us, please, do it again in our new account @mrcavill_.
More updates are coming, please bare with us!

3 April 2011   Comments Off on Henry Cavill Calls ‘Superman’ Co-Star Amy Adams ‘Fantastic’

In his first on-camera interview since being cast as Superman in Zack Snyder’s reboot, the new Man of Steel, actor Henry Cavill, chatted about everything from his research for the part to what it will be like working with his Lois Lane, Amy Adams.

MTV News caught up with Cavill at WonderCon 2011, where he was promoting his upcoming film “Immortals,” in which he plays a Greek warrior. Turns out Cavill won’t be able to take much of a break after such a daunting role, as he’ll soon gear up to wear Superman’s iconic cape. Cavill said the training for “Superman” will be a “similar kind of thing” to that of “Immortals,” adding, “It’s going to be intense.”

Still, it’s not just the physical aspect Cavill will have to focus on: He’ll also have to slip into the psyche of the complex superhero for the tentatively titled “Superman: Man of Steel.” Cavil said he’s done “plenty of comic book research” in order to gather as much information as he can “as to who this man is.”

The star explained that by reading the “Superman” comics, he’ll pick up on the “key characteristics” in order to get “a general idea of what he is, and then working from there.”

Cavill also opened up about why it was important to stay true to the iconic character, even with Snyder’s new, modern twist. “Superman is Superman, after all. There’s only so much of a change you can make to that,” he said.

As he continues to map out how to play the role, he’s already got his leading lady, Amy Adams, lined up and ready to go.

It was confirmed a week ago that Adams, fresh off her Best Supporting Actress Oscar nod for “The Fighter,” would play Superman’s love interest, Lois Lane. Cavill, who revealed he’d met with Adams for a screen test, said he was “looking forward to working with” her, calling his newly announced co-star a “fantastic actress, very talented.”

He isn’t the only one who’s excited about having Adams tackle the iconic female role. Snyder called her “one of the most versatile and respected actresses in films today,” while Margot Kidder, the original Lois Lane, gushed, “She’s a brilliant, wonderful actress! She’s incredible. She’s an extraordinarily accomplished young lady — and gorgeous and full of energy and spirit. She’s so different from part to part, it’s going to be really interesting to see what she does with Lois.”

Cavill noted that the age difference between he and Adams (he’s 27, she’s 36) was nothing more than happenstance, saying that making the nine-year difference part of the story line would be for Snyder to decide. Cavill said of the age gap: “I don’t think it matters at all.”

Regarding those who argue Adams is too old to star opposite Cavill, Kidder said, “Who cares? What a bizarre thing to be concerned about. She certainly doesn’t look older than him.”