The action spy film written, co-produced and directed by Christopher Mc Quarrie, will hit UK cinemas on July 27, 2018 - and it'll be the first film in the series to be released in Real D 3D.
Of course, I’m walking down the street now and then and someone will stop or you’ll see the paparazzi or something...“My mother is such an incredibly strong woman,” Henry says. Henry was going to join Army himself, but acting proved a stronger appeal. Sometimes it gets a little tiring, and I want to have a family in the future, so it'll be nice to have something steadier.” I think it must be incredibly difficult to deal with great fame, but I have a healthy dose of it. It’s a restaurant and a nightclub which he visits regularly.His brothers mock him for it, of course, “saying that I’m a soft actor who’s never worked a day in his life. Then they come to the set and see the kind of work I do and change their mind...” Nowadays Henry lives in South Kensington, London, wherever he’s working, but his “home base is always the Isle of Jersey,” he says. That’s not a problem for me anymore, although it was a big problem when I was away at boarding school. I don’t feel too exposed, so it’s not a burden for me at all and the media is not too intrusive in my life. He tries to immerse himself in the culture wherever he is, learn the language and enjoy the newness of it. Henry tries to suggest places not involving alcohol, which is hard in a city like London where the pleasure of drinking is cultural. There’s a fantastic pub in Kensington called the , thanks to which Henry stays in contact with his father and his brothers when they are in the four corners of the world.They went public with their romance when they were pictured at the Wimbledon Men's Final 2017.His past romances have included his engagement to British showjumper Ellen Whitaker and a brief romance with teenage student Tara King in 2016.I don't want to be too open and give everything away to reporters,” Henry explains.With the itinerant lifestyle of an actor, Henry has had trouble holding down a relationship. It's filled with great insight into his personal life, from surprising the one he loves to the lengths he'd go to protect Kal from harm. Pharaoh Ramses II lived up to 91 years, but cases like his were really rare. It was a time full of violence, disease, brutality." So says Henry Cavill. Set in the sixties, the period when the TV series that inspired the movie aired, the film tells the story of the unlikely alliance between U. Together the two spies must defeat a super criminal organization Spectre style, led by the Vinciguerras (Elizabeth Debicki and Luca Calvani). by Guy Ritchie, he fittingly plays a special agent. "I would like to live in the past, to the times of the ancient Egyptians, or the Greeks, or of ancient Rome, the era of the great empires. But then, I try to be rational and I think the reality of life at the time: Most people died young. were shot, with the film set to be released on September 2. On the one hand Napoleon Solo, the American played by Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer on the other hand, in the role of the Russian Illya Kuryakin.“It takes a strong woman to be with me because I’m always hopping around, and not always there.It’s really tough.” Henry Cavill is not married at the moment, but in May 2011, he was engaged to English equestrian Ellen Whitaker.