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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Being Superman Comes In Handy During U.N.C.L.E. Filming

"Superman with an axe about to build our log cabin"

Here we thought Henry's lumberjack look was just for show.. 

After holding out on us with Solo photos for months, today The Man from U.N.C.L.E. director Guy Ritchie posted some fun pics of Henry building a cabin for him.. and maybe a lake.   

"And after 2 days this is what he created. Thanks old boy."

"Then he dug the lake out"

The pics were taken (along with these ones) during The Man from U.N.C.L.E. pre-production/filming in the UK in the summer of 2013. We can see why Henry loves working with Ritchie... he has his same sense of humor! (that you will see him brilliantly put to use as Solo).

We're impressed Mr. Cavill.

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  1. I'm impressed , too! Nicely done, Mr. Cavill. I have a few home improvement projects that Henry could perhaps help me out with.

  2. This guy is amazing. I want mary him. His cabin is a perfect home sweet home.

  3. nicely done Henry! looks like that glass of wine helped with the task at hand LOL! so how much did Armie chop? did you win? cuz it looks like you won!

  4. Guy Ritchie got a big bonus having you and Armie around for MFU...Very nice wood work!
    I'd help you build A Cabin...or some thing...:D Thanks for sharing, Guy, Henry & HCN (y) :) <3
    SuperSexySoloLumberJackCav-El...A Man of Many Talents!!!! <3 <3 <3 U :D

  5. Anybody else notice the log winking at Henry? ;)

    Love the waterfall with the perfect kayak put-in... I wanna go there!!

    Oh yes, and of course Henry as handsome as ever. :D

    1. lol yeah I saw that. :)
      Good sign.
      And I want to go there! I wonder if I could swim?

  6. God. I. Want. Him.
    Lord. Help. Me.

  7. LumberJackHenry...Chop Chop!!! LOL <3 <3 <3 U :D

  8. for me that's a Guy's joke... So glad they are/became good friends

  9. Isn't "Chop chop" is Cantonese phrase used by English seamen meaning: "Hurry, hurry" ? :D
    After seeing these pics....Henry can consider me a fast friend already. I love Henry.... <3

  10. Anonymous June 29, 2015 at 6:26 PM you're absolutely right. "Chop chop" is a phrase rooted in Cantonese. It spread through Chinese workers at sea and was later adopted by English seamen. It's now in common use. I use it all the time.

  11. Well well well...Thank YOU for that lil tid bit! LOL. I bet Henry says Chop Chop!...from time to time too...(y) :D


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