3 April 2011   Comments Off on Henry talks about his first time in the Superman suit

Motion Captured – One of the benefits of being at an event like WonderCon is that you sit down with people who are involved in some of the most-anticipated projects for genre fans, and you get to be among the first people to talk about those projects with them.

I’ll be moderating the panel for Tarsem Singh’s new film “Immortals” later today, and the star of that film is Henry Cavill, who, of course, has been cast to play the lead role in Zack Snyder’s upcoming “Superman.”

Cavill is a guy who has been on the cusp of superstardom for a while now. He was almost James Bond. He was almost Bryan Singer’s Superman. He even read for Batman at one point. And yet, in each of those moments, someone else ended up playing the part. Now, finally, on the strength of his work in “The Tudors” and the early buzz around his performance in “Immortals,” it feels like Henry is having that moment.

Sitting down with him today, most of the conversation had to do with “Immortals,” but we did take the time to talk about stepping into the suit of one of the most recognizable characters on Earth. My impression of Cavill after spending a few minutes chatting with him is that he’s a dynamic choice for the role.

We spoke a bit about Superman during our time together, and while we’ll have our full “Immortals” conversation for you later, we wanted to share the “Superman” stuff with you immediately, since there’s such intense curiosity about who he is and what he’s going to bring to the role.

Despite a cell phone mishap and me managing to scare the hell out of Cavill about his appearance on the panel in the afternoon, I think it was a good chat, and I find myself much more relaxed now about the choice that Snyder and Nolan made to hire Cavil.

I already knew that with today’s technology, we will believe a man can fly. What’s far more important is believing in him as a person, and I think in Cavill, Warner Bros. has finally found the man for the job.

3 April 2011   Comments Off on Henry Cavill’s Body is Being ‘Fine-Tuned and Tweaked’

Zack Snyder’s Superman to-be (and Amy Adams’ next co-star) Henry Cavill has already gotten super-hot in order to play a Greek hero in Immortals, but now he has to get hot in a whole new way in order to play Superman. “Cavill spent months on Tarsem’s Immortals, maintaining six percent body fat, and, he jokes, competing with his co-stars to see ‘who had the best abs,'” Movieline reports, following an investigation. “I’m not quite in Immortals shape like I was, but I’ve got the base there again,” Cavill said. “When you see the Immortals shape you’ll see what I mean. We obviously haven’t had the final brief yet [on ‘Superman shape’], it’s going to adapt and change as [my trainer] sees my body adapting to the training. He’ll go, ‘Okay, Henry can do this,’ or, ‘His body will look better like that.’ It’ll be fine-tuned and tweaked as we go along. But I think it’s going to be a different sort of shape from Immortals.” In his defense, Snyder has said he wants an old-school, super-buff Superman, but, man, who knew getting hot in multiple ways could be so complicated? [Movieline]

15 March 2011   Comments Off on New owner

My name  is Luciana and I’m the new owner here at Mr Cavill. You can expect updates late this week.

8 September 2010   1 Comment

Thanks to AccidentalSexiness we got the first pictures of Henry on the set of “The Cold Light of Day”. The pictures were taken while Henry was filming scenes of the upcoming movie in Javea, Spain on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010. Take a look!!

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8 September 2010   Comments Off on Shooting starts on Bruce Willis film in Alicante

News from the movie, but I think this magazine got the wrong summary. Am I wrong? Willis is the father and Henry is the son, right?

Shooting has started for the latest Bruce Willis action film on the Alicante coast.

The thriller has the title ‘The Cold Light of Day’ and also stars Henry Cavill from The Tudors, and Sigourney Weaver.
It tells the story of an American whose family is kidnapped when on holiday in Spain. Bruce Willis only has a few hours to find them, and discover the connection between their disappearance and the secrets of his father.
The film will be shot entirely in Spain and is produced by Galavis Film, Summit Entertainment and Intrepid Pictures. It is directed by Mabrouk El-Mechri, and based on an original screenplay by Scott Wiper and John Petro, with revisions by Richard Price. Much of the production team is Spanish in what is a joint Spanish/United States project.
Ten weeks filming is expected in the Valencia region, as well as in Madrid and in the Ciudad de la Luz studios in Alicante.
Shooting started on Monday this week in Dénia, and continued Tuesday on the Cala de la Granadella beach in Jávea where some of the action scenes were shot.

Source: TypicallySpanish

7 September 2010   6 Comments

News from Henry’s Management Team-AWESOME! ♥♥♥


Last week, Henry travelled from Madrid across to the coastal Alicante region of Spain. Yesterday saw the start of filming. There has been some studio work and today he has been shooting some scenes in a secluded bay. Although the weather was beautiful, and it was set on a small beach, Henry worked very hard due to the usual re-shoots required in order to get as many camera angles as possible doing the same shot.

As part of Henry’s Management Team, I attended the shoot, and spoke with Henry about the film and also to update him on what his fans have been saying, and asking. I am meeting with him again shortly and he will be passing me a personal message for all of you, his loyal fans. I may also be permitted to post up a photo from today on location.