Friday, March 24, 2017

New Behind The Scenes Look From The 'Nomis' Set

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A few weeks ago, Henry's manager teased that she was headed to Winnipeg to visit Henry on the set of Nomis. Now she's shared this behind the scenes pic from her time there, thanks Dany!

Henry has been in Canada for about a month, with Nomis reportedly set to wrap next week. But he likely won't have much time to rest, since he's now part of the Mission: Impossible 6 cast and that movie starts filming April 10th with locations in the UK, Paris, and New Zealand.

Hopefully Dany and Henry share updates from that set as well!

Nomis, directed by David  Raymond, is set for a 2018 release.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Official 'Justice League' Posters Released, New Trailer Saturday!

You just know  who that shining light is!

After no posts from director Zack Snyder on social media for almost two weeks, he returned today bringing goodies!

Warner Bros. released the new Justice League poster, hours after a teaser confirmed we're getting the new trailer Saturday.

Each member of the Justice League (not including Supes?) will reportedly have their own teaser clip and it appears an individual poster, leading up to this weekend's full trailer release.

We'll keep updating this post as news/images/clips drop, and share the trailer as soon as it's up!

UPDATE:, now has a 'Unite the League' section that includes new promotional images.

No Superman yet, but we can always count on you guys to figure out the hard stuff.

If that code holds (The Flash followed Batsy so back to guessing!), we should see him before the Wonder Woman reveal.

And here comes Batman!

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The Flash looks SO cool.

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The gorgeous Wonder Woman..

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And.. no Supes. It's okay. We can wait for you! 'Hopeful United.'

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Henry Gains New Costar In 'Mission: Impossible 6'

The Mission: Impossible 6 cast announcements keep coming, as the reported filming start date of April 10th gets closer.

Today Variety exclusively broke the news that actress Sian Brooke will join Henry in the movie:

Brooke became well-known in the U.K. for her work on popular British television series such as “All About George” and “Cape Wrath.” Her recent stint as Holmes long lost sister on “Sherlock” caught the eyes of studio execs around town. Skydance and Paramount have been quick to land such rising stars as Brooke, as well as her co-star (Vanessa) Kirby after she broke out on “The Crown.”

Kirby shared the news with her fans this week.

Variety says Brooke landed a "key role" in M:I6, but did not elaborate further because not much is known about the plot.

Stay tuned for the very latest, as we follow this production from filming all the way to the big screen.

Contributor: @Rafferty_Rulz

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Henry's Heartfelt Message: 'Stay Brave Britain"

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Tonight Henry posted a new message in support of Britain, following the terror attack in London.

It came on the one year anniversary of the attacks in Brussels, that prompted Warner Bros. to cancel the press line at the London Batman v Superman premiere last March.

Nomis director David Raymond, who is from London, also shared his words of encouragement.    

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Mission:Impossible 6 director, Christopher McQuarrie, said it all with an image.

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Our thoughts are with you London.

Henry's Overnight Update From The Set Of 'Nomis'

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Overnight Henry took a moment between freezing takes, to give fans a glimpse of the latest Nomis set.

You can see he's in costume, and going by the comments made by his costars and the director's assistant.. there will be blood.

Keep checking back for the latest from Winnipeg, as Nomis gets closer to a wrap.

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Confirmed: 'Mission: Impossible 6' Begins Filming April 10th

Just days after Henry was announced as the newest member of the Mission: Impossible 6 cast, producer David Ellison has confirmed filming begins April 10th with locations in Paris, London, and New Zealand.

The latest news update comes via Collider, that interviewed Ellison at SXSW. He shared the exclusive details on the stunt sequence Tom Cruise has been training for...

Ellison also teased Henry's role!

We’re thrilled. Chris is back, obviously, writing and directing after Rogue Nation. We could not be more excited about the character Henry Cavill’s going to play. And I will say after the Burj [Khalifa] we thought it was going to be impossible to top that stunt, and then Tom did the A380 for the plane. What Tom is doing in this movie I believe will top anything that’s come before. It is absolutely unbelievable—he’s been training for a year. It is going to be, I believe, the most impressive and unbelievable thing that Tom Cruise has done in a movie, and he has been working on it since right after Rogue Nation came out. It’s gonna be mind-blowing.”


Henry is currently in Winnipeg filming Nomis, which wraps in about a week. There is no word on when he will be joining the Mission: Impossible 6 production. We are staying on top of the latest developments, so keep checking back!

UPDATE: Rebecca Ferguson talked to ET Canada about her return to the action franchise, and she was asked about Henry:

The movie’s plot is so under wraps, Ferguson has yet to meet co-star Henry Cavill, who joins the cast in the upcoming film. “I’m pretty excited,” she says of Cavill’s casting. “I think they’re writing it right now.”

Like the rest of us, Ferguson is trying to get details on what adventures lie ahead for Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt.

“I’m trying to get information from Chris,” she says of the film’s writer and director Christopher McQuarrie. “He’s going, ‘It’s good baby.'”


Thanks @Vidumavikte.

The 'Nomis' Cast & Crew Busy In Winnipeg As Wrap Date Nears

the brendanfletcher: "No rest for the wicked. Head to head. Well, head to chest. He's tall. This guy is good with handcuffs. I have a black eye (not his fault) #nomis"

We're just days away from the reported wrap date for Nomis, and that means a lot of work to get done!

Over the weekend Brendan Fletcher teased a scene with Henry, that seems to point at Fletcher being a bad guy. But is he the bad guy?.. we'll have to wait to find out.

The cast and crew have been sharing quick updates, expressing how lucky they feel to be able to be part of this production.

Nomis will be released next year. We look forward to finding out more about Henry's role.

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Superman Fans Get To Hang Out With Henry On 'Nomis' Set

This must have been a thrill for these two young Superman fans.

Sam sent us these photos that have surfaced online of them visiting with Henry on what appears to be the set of Nomis. You can see his police badge! and is he wearing brown contact lenses?

Earlier this week, Henry shared a super cute drawing that was dropped off for him by fans in Winnipeg (their dad even thanked him publicly). It's really nice to see that some of them are getting to meet Henry before Nomis wraps at the end of the month.

If you are the owner of these photos, please let us know so we can give you proper credit. UPDATE: Thanks so much Jill O'Neill.

Contributor: @Vidumavikte//Carmella Mirabella.

'Mission: Impossible 6' Casting News Still Sinking In, Look Ahead

We don't know about you, but we're still celebrating the news that Henry has been cast in Mission: Impossible 6. From the crafty way it was revealed on Instagram earlier this week to Henry's photoshopped response, it was a brilliant rollout.

One of the things that has us super excited, is that Henry will likely be doing some of his own death-defying stunts if not all. Working with Tom Cruise pretty much guarantees that. Just ask Rebecca Ferguson, who stole the show in Rogue Nation (via Time):

Tom Cruise has gotten a lot of press for doing his own stunts for this film, including one instance where he’s dangling off the edge of a plane. What’s it like working with someone like that?

It takes a lot of training! Tom moves very fast, to try to catch up to his shadow is hard work. We had a day sprinting down the street, and he’s Michael Schumacher on legs. I heard Tom scream, “Am I going too fast for you?” He’s very chivalrous.

Did you do your own stunts?

When I met Tom and Chris, knowing I was going into a Mission: Impossible film… Mission is about very cool stunts and fighting sequences, and I was extremely excited about getting to train and learn a physical role. And to watch Tom in action, how he works and trains, it’s phenomenal. As soon as I landed, I went from the airport to the gym, and worked six hours, six days a week: weapons training, holding my breath, running, choreography. Tom would train separately, and then we’d meet and fight and see how we adapt to each other.

Ferguson will reprise her role in this latest installment of the franchise.

And here's something some of you may not know: Henry almost worked with Tom before.. in The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

I actually screen-tested for Illya at Warner Brothers, but then Armie [Hammer] got that role, so I was out. Then Tom Cruise moved onto a different movie. He was originally going to be Napoleon Solo, and Guy must have thought those two will work really well together... so let's have Henry be Napoleon.”

Tom left the role, to focus on Rogue Nation. Almost four years later, they are set to work together in its follow-up. We don't know much about Henry's character, other than he potentially plays "the right hand to the head of Cruise’s unit" according to Variety. But is he a villain or a good guy? You know how these films are twisty like that. And if he is the villain.. he's toast.

At least we're comforted by the fact that Mission Impossible bad guys are killed off in really  spectacular ways (which YouTube so kindly provided).

Finally, this is something we thought about immediately after the big casting news broke, and some of you have mentioned to us as well. Did Henry hint at his appearance in this franchise, when he used this song from Tom's iconic 'Risky Business' scene in his recent rehab video? -- Let us know what you think!

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In the meantime we'll be here cheering for his new role, along with the director from his current project, Nomis (which we're also very excited about).

Filming on Mission:Impossible 6 is expected to begin this spring, with a release date of July 27, 2018.