Thanks to Rabbit in Japan, we have a new look at the Mission: Impossible Fallout cast... including a first look at Wes Bentley, who we don't recall seeing in the trailer.
The title banner looks a little crooked, but it seems like the photo shot in New Zealand is official and part of some sort of promo ad.
Henry revealed some details about his character at CinemaCon last week, so make sure you watch his interviews from Las Vegas. Today we found out he's ready to go for his pilot license after getting his motorcycle one! (Collider nabbed that great scoop).
You'll get to watch all of his stunts when Mission: Impossible Fallout opens, July 27.
UPDATE 5/2: Two more stills have surfaced from Japanese promo for the film. Very exciting!
henrycavill: "2 weeks left until the Durrell Challenge! For those of you who have been training hard and getting those miles in, I applaud you. For those that haven't for a myriad of reasons, I'm in the same boat! So let's get out there for the next 2 weeks and try to get some miles covered. Regardless of training or lackthereof, i can't wait to enjoy the day with everyone. See you all there! #DoItForDurrell @TheDurrellChallenge
P.S. If you're nervous, don't be. Just go at your own pace and enjoy the sights, that's what I do. It's supposed to be fun after all."
Are you guys ready? We sure are!
Two weeks from today, Henry will be back on his home island of Jersey to run in The Durrell Challenge. Today he posted this video on his Instagram, inviting everyone to participate. You can find everything you need to know at doitfordurrell.com. Henry has been hosting the annual fundraising run since 2016, with all funds going to Durrell Wildlife,which he represents. If you can't make it to the May 13 event, you can still support the charity in their animal life-saving efforts around the world. DONATE NOW.
Henry is back in L.A. after promoting Mission: Impossible Fallout at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, and today he was spotted arriving for a photoshoot with Kal (who is now back to being an Urban Bear).
Henry was wearing Hugo Boss on Wednesday night, as he attended an awards ceremony honoring Tom Cruise. It sounds like this shoot could include clothes by the designer, that will likely be providing some of the outfits he wears for the M:I Fallout press tour.
If you haven't caught up with our coverage from CinemaCon, you're missing some *really* epic/funny/sweet moments from Las Vegas. We tried to fit everything in THIS POST, but the memorable stuff keeps coming. In this interview with the Associated Press, Henry talks about the stunts he did for Mission: Impossible Fallout and more.
Keep checking back, we'll be posting all of Henry's interviews from CinemaCon as we get them.
Fandango (you can find their other clips in our wrap): Henry talks about what went through his mind as he did a dangerous helicopter stunt with Tom Cruise in New Zealand.
We know that @TomCruise is the king of stunts. But as someone who's always pushing the action limits, Cruise got a helicopter license to pull off a specific scene in #MissionImpossibleFallout. And Henry Cavill trusted his life with him.
Collider: Henry says what he can, about the negotiations going on behind the scenes to make a Man of Steel sequel. In the second clip he talks upping his game in the stunts field and Kal's rising fame.
spoke to Henry Cavill yesterday about the status of 'Man of Steel 2' and his DC contract. Been hearing some rumblings about what DC wants to do with the character. What I've been hearing is in the link https://t.co/I6YkfMYKGHpic.twitter.com/LtOsizonIt