A very exciting sounding new film project is on the horizon. According to Deadline, superstar Henry Cavill ("The Witcher", 39) takes on the lead role in "The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare" from "Aladdin" and "Sherlock Holmes" director Guy Ritchie (54). It is a spy action film set during World War II. Super producer Jerry Bruckheimer (79), who is known for the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series and this year's hit film "Top Gun: Maverick", is also involved in the upcoming film project. "Baby Driver" star Eiza González (32) is said to play the female lead alongside Cavill.
Ritchie and Cavill previously worked on the 2015 spy action comedy Codename U.N.C.L.E. together. Actor Cavill only confirmed his return as Superman in the DC film universe a few days ago after the mime was seen as a Kryptonian in the end credits of "Black Adam". In addition, Cavill will soon appear in the agent thriller "Argylle" by Matthew Vaughn (51) and in the third season of the fantasy series "The Witcher" on Netflix. Already on November 4th, "Enola Holmes 2" will start on the Netflix streaming service, in which Cavill again embodies the famous master detective Sherlock Holmes alongside "Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown (18).