Thursday, July 5, 2018

'Men's Journal' Previews New Interview, More Hot BTS


You've seen the incredible photos, now photographer Jeff Lipsky has posted this new behind the scenes look from the Nevada set of his shoot with Henry for Men's Journal. (Don't miss Henry's own BTS).


The August issue is now on sale, and the magazine has also shared a preview of the must-read interview with Henry:

For our cover story, we go shopping for motorcycles and catch up with Man of Steel and one of the biggest action stars in the game, Henry Cavill, as he’s about to take on a new mission in one of the year’s most-anticipated blockbusters, Mission: Impossible—Fallout. (We even get a chance to meet his Instagram-famous best friend and Akita, Kal.)

“Done Superman,” Cavill tells writer Alex Bhattacharji. “I’m in Mission: Impossible. Bucket list is looking pretty good.”


Make sure to get your copy. We'll post the full interview SOON.


UPDATE: Here's another look from the set, courtesy of  Dany Garcia and Henry... who apparently had to use his Superman skills to save the photographer from certain death. RIP desert spider.

This is a Behind The Scenes (BTS) photo of Jeff Lipsky and me from our Men's Journal shoot. It was in this moment that I spied an enormous spider on Jeff's face. I had to play it cool, "Keep smiling...keeeeep smiling" I told myself while i reached for my sidearm (which you can see me doing) so I could shoot it, without hitting Jeff obviously, before it sank it's fangs into him. I saved that man's life that day, and thank goodness because he's a fantastic photographer and a wonderful man to work with. True story. You can live out the experience of being at Red Rock with me through the images contained within this month's Men's Journal magazine! On new stands right meow. There's also a wonderfully written interview by Alex Bhattacharji to go alongside said images, with words and everything. @MensJournal #TrueStory
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