Henry Cavill reveals first look at new movie with Reacher's Alan Ritchson
Henry Cavill and Reacher's Alan Ritchson are men of mystery in the first look at action movie The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.
The duo are part of a huge international ensemble cast in Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre director Guy Ritchie's feature film about a real World War II combat unit that operated in secret.
Cavill shared a sneak peek on Instagram with himself and castmates posing in a photo aged to look like it was actually from the 1940s.
In the photo, Cavill and Ritchson are posed on a ship alongside Crazy Rich Asians' Henry Golding, Magic Mike's Alex Pettyfer and the After film series's star Hero Fiennes Tiffin.
This Ungentlemanly Warfare division was a forerunner to modern black ops and supported in secret by Winston Churchill and James Bond author Ian Fleming.
The film version will feature Alita: Battle Angel's Eiza González, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Babs Olusanmokun and Teen Wolf's Henry Zaga in the supporting cast.
Cavill is reuniting on The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare with co-writer and director Guy Ritchie after previously tackling a period action movie in a big-screen adaptation of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Guy is also prepping the release of a more contemporary war film, The Covenant, ahead of its release next month in the US. A UK release date has not been announced for that project.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars in the Afghan war drama as a US sergeant who returns to the battlefield to help interpreter Ahmed (Dar Salim), who once saved him from a Taliban attack.
Cavill recently confirmed he would not be returning as Superman after a cameo in Black Adam, and has also left the Netflix live-action version of The Witcher.
The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, which is produced by Top Gun: Maverick's Jerry Bruckheimer, doesn't yet have a US or UK release date on Prime Video.
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