Sunday, February 18, 2018

New Pics: Henry Filming In London Last Weekend

 

When Henry recorded a Chinese New Year message for fans, the place sounded very echoey. It made us wonder if it was shot at St. Paul's Cathedral, where Tom Cruise was spotted doing some high-flying stunts for Mission: Impossible Fallout last weekend.

Rachel pretty much confirmed that, after sharing these new pics of Henry apparently shooting a scene for the film there.



In addition to noticing the spiffy outfit, we were relieved that he's not the one in the coffin at St. Paul's Cathedral. You had us worried there for a second, Mr. Walker.


Filming is expected to wrap in the next few weeks, with Mission: Impossible Fallout hitting theaters this summer (July 27).

Friday, February 16, 2018

Happy Year Of The Dog! - Henry & Kal's Message To Fans


The Chinese New Year is here, and Paramount Pictures just shared Henry's very special message for fans.

It's the Year of the Dog, so of course Kal was the shining star of the short clip posted on the studio's Weibo account.

A prosperous beginning to the year, with Mission: Impossible Fallout just over five months away!




Thursday, February 15, 2018

New Superman Poster, First Look At SteelBook Art


Warner Bros. has saved the best for last!

After releasing new character posters ahead of the Justice League digital release, today the studio shared this new Superman poster and it's just perfect. From the Kansas to Metropolis background, to the personalized Justice League logo. Just right.

The big reveal comes just hours after Manta Lab shared a first look at their exclusive steelbook art made from a previously released poster... but with Superman included.



And check this out. WonderCon is coming up next month, and guess who is on the cover of their program book?


Stay tuned for the latest updates, as Supes gets ready to celebrate his 80th birthday in April.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

"This Is The First Time We See Superman In Truth"



"In my opinion this is the first time we see Superman in truth. We have seen the origin story of Superman, we have seen the downfall and doubt of Superman, and finally with this rebirth we see the true Superman... the Superman who is confident and sure, and full of hope and joy."

Henry sharing his feelings about his Superman in Justice League. The film is now out on digital, and it comes with some really cool behind the scenes you don't want to miss!

Here's a preview of Supes in action with his costars, as they filmed under the direction of Zack Snyder in London. We couldn't be prouder of Henry, and can't wait for his return as the Man of Steel.


























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Monday, February 12, 2018

Superman BTS: 'Justice League' Out On Digital Tuesday



Justice League comes out on digital tomorrow, and we're getting all sort of  treats!

After getting a preview of the Superman deleted scene, today Warner Bros. released this behind the scenes clip that includes a first look at Henry and costume designer Michael Wilkinson talking about the revamped suit.




We also get a glimpse at the filming of this iconic Clark scene!




The special features are included in the Justice League 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack coming March 13. Read the full press release.

Henry & Kal Headed To Jiu Jitsu Class In London

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Kal and Henry ready for some Jiu Jitsu in London today and how CUTE is this teddy bear of a dog?

Sooo soft and cuddly. Supes is one lucky guy ;)... and they got to work out with Batman.

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Have a great week!



Friday, February 9, 2018

Preview Of Deleted Superman Scene In 'Justice League'

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This has turned out to be a newsy Friday!

First we get a new post from Henry, an M:I Fallout update, and now this teaser of the Superman deleted scene in Justice League (with a black suit cameo).

The movie is out on digital next Tuesday, February 13. You can pre-order it now.

The full deleted scene will be available on the digital version of the 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack coming March 13.

Someone Just Got Killed Off In 'Mission: Impossible Fallout'

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As we wondered what Mission: Impossible Fallout character is no longer with us, after director Chris McQuarrie posted that top ominous pic... the paparazzi stepped in with some important clues.


It turns out filming took place today at St. Paul's Cathedral, and they managed to capture some of the action that involved Tom Cruise very much alive as Ethan Hunt, as you can see in these pics and video from the set.



So we know he's not in the coffin, which leaves... everyone else in the cast!

We'd love to read your guesses in the comments section below.

Mission: Impossible Fallout is set for a July 27 release.

UPDATE (2/10): More filming is going on today!


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UPDATE (2/11):  More stunts this weekend involving Tom. These are the latest set pics.




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Henry's Jiu Jitsu Training Update From London


We knew all that Jiu Jitsu training would come in handy on the big screen...



And today Henry was back at it! -- He shared this new pic from London where you can tell Roger Gracie definitely gave him a workout.




TGIF.

UPDATE: Thanks for sharing your pic Alex!

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

First 'M:I Fallout' Featurette Shows Action In The Air




This is the stunt sequence Henry referred to, when he mentioned thinking he was going to die during the filming of Mission: Impossible Fallout in New Zealand... and you can see why!

The film's first featurette was released today, and we can't wait to see more of the work that went into creating that death-defying scene.

This week we also got a glimpse of Vanessa Kirby's mysterious character. Much more to come.


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