Friday, November 15, 2013

U.N.C.L.E. Filming Update: Solo, We Hope It's A Heated Tank

If we've learned anything while covering Henry's career, is that he will do whatever it takes to make sure his characters shine in the projects he's involved in. So far on the U.N.C.L.E. sets Henry has tackled a tricky Vespa in Rome, some hairy boat stunts in London, and now he's headed underwater (via).

haha no! Just did a scuba review for the guy that played man of steel and lent him my mask!!!!

my job is great, and he's a realy nice guy

Our guess is now that he's back in the studio, Henry is doing some tank work that goes along with stunts done at a different location. Warner Bros. touts its Stage D, as Europe's largest stage based underwater tank. They have a pretty cool interactive look at the area. Click on the image to check it out.

Up until this week, director Ron Howard had been filming Heart of the Sea at Leavesden (they are now headed out to the open ocean). While Howard did a lot of the water work inside, he also filmed at an outdoor tank. UH OH Solo.. hope this isn't where you'll be doing your work this week, because we hear it's pretty darn chilly up there right now.

Photos via Howard's twitter.

The reason Henry only had to do a scuba review, is because he's already a certified diver. He did his training with his Man of Steel stunt double Paul Darnell who exclusively talked to us about that experience.

caps via

Again we don't know what scene Henry is/will be shooting in the tank, until U.N.C.L.E. comes out sometime next year. In the meantime, this image will just have to do. You know, just picture him wearing all black and with that trademark Solo grin of his..

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