31 Oct - Following his departure from "The Witcher", it was revealed that Henry Cavill is set to star in the upcoming Guy Ritchie movie, "The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare".
The "Man of Steel" star will be joined by Eiza Gonzalez ("Baby Driver") in the new World War II spy movie, which will be helmed by the "Wrath of Man" director.
The movie, according to Deadline, is inspired by real events, and charts UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill and James Bond author Ian Fleming's secret WWII combat organisation, which has entirely unconventional techniques in fighting the Nazis that ultimately gave birth to the modern Black Ops unit.
Cavill previously announced that he is returning as Superman in an upcoming DC project following his cameo in Dwayne Johnson's "Black Adam".
Meanwhile, Ritchie is also set to helm the live-action project for Disney's "Hercules" following the success of 2019's "Aladdin".