Monday, July 13, 2015

Henry Back In London: Celebrating A Comic-Con Win!

Image: @OKMagazine

UPDATE: 7/14: Ashley (ashleyqpr), who is the person Henry is signing for as he arrived in London -- had this to say about him today: "Always love meeting Henry Cavill, such a humble bloke." He also shared his pic. (Thank you!).

Henry headed home overnight, after a busy weekend of promoting Batman v Superman and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. at Comic-Con. And it looks like the work paid off! -- New data shows both films were big winners with fans online.


“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” topped the long list of titles in terms of activity across a combination of Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, Wikipedia, and YouTube.

“Batman v Superman” beat all comers on the strength of its trailer release Saturday that as of Monday morning generated 18.6 million views on YouTube and 17.7 million views on Facebook.

(..) “Batman v Superman” not only got the highest score but registered strong growth when compared with pre-Comic-Con levels, soaring 4,185%.

Way to go, Superman!

And Solo wasn't too far behind, with The Man from U.N.C.L.E. ranking fourth in the Digital Audience Rating.. only behind Batman v Superman, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. 

That's some mighty star power right there. Congratulations, Henry!


  1. Henry, Thank you for sharing your upcoming films, fun and friendship with cast, crew and fans this past Comic Con weekend. Loved all the pics, video clips, interviews, etc. Everyone is really looking forward to seeing BvS & MFU now (the trailers are awesome)...and thank so much for being so gracious with people and allowing pics/interaction, giving of your personal time too. You're a SuperSweetie. <3 <3 <3 U :D Thanks for sharing, HCN. :)

  2. Wow number 1 across the board at Comic Con, Amazing! Batman vs SupersmokinghothunkofburningLove is going to rule! And not far behind. Bravo to Henry and his success he is more than deserving.


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