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Henry Cavill Talks ‘Higherlander’, 2025 Guy Ritchie Movie Gets Title: CinemaCon

“If you thought you’d seen me do sword work before, you haven’t seen anything yet”

Such were Henry Cavill‘s promises about the new Higherlander movie he’s doing with Lionsgate and John Wick director Chad Stahelski. The star showed up at stuido’s 2024 CinemaCon sessions today. But there was more. The actor’s new movie with Jake Gyllenhaal and Eisa Gonzalez, and directed by Guy Ritchie for 2025 got a title — In the Grey.

Pic is billed as much of gunmen who –when billions are stolen, steal them back. The trailer kicks off with a kickass sting by Gyllenhaal, Cavill and Gonzalez in the skinney streets of Europe.

Cavill also stars in Ritchie’s upcoming The Minstry of Ungentlemanly Warfare about the UK’s recruit of a small group of highly skilled soldiers to strike against German forces behind enemy lines during World War II. One of them being 007 author Ian Fleming, played by Freddie Fox. The movie comes out on April 19.

Henry Cavill on stage said the real-life ministry, “Were quite extraordinary… to have characters like that who were able to change the course of the war.” He had never heard about the group before.

Of working with Gyllenhaal he said, “Jake is not only an incredible talent but what a wonderful man. I’m hoping we may see both of us on screen more often.”

Of Ritchie, the Superman actor added “He creates a wonderful environment on set” with plenty of “creative freedom”

Sometimes people say a film set is like family, “and to a degree is is, but not necessarily the family you want to keep hanging out with all the time. In Guy’s case it is. There is a short hand and a freedom of friendship.”

Cavill expanded on Higherlander, “I’m a lover of the original movies, for better or for worse, and it’s one of those things where when I was reading the script for the first time I wasn’t quite too sure where they were going to go with it.” The first few movies “touched on the lore… but my goodness me oh my, we are going deep into these characters.”

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