Mission Impossible, The Witcher, Man of Steel: Henry Cavill reveals the most difficult scene to shoot in his career

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À 39 years old, we can say that Henry Cavill has been busy. ! The British comedian has already around thirty films and series on the clock, and he is not about to stop. Just this fall, we learned that if he stops playing Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher (for some reason we'll reveal here) he will However, re-don the Superman costume in the future of the DCEU. But for the time being, we will find him at the poster of 'Enola Holmes 2, available today on Netflix, which he is in full promotion… The opportunity for him to unveil the hardest scene to turn his entire career!

Mission Impossible, The Witcher, Man of Steel: Henry Cavill unveils the most difficult scene to shoot in his career

a scene hard to turn, but that was worth it!

Clark Kent in the DC Comics superhero universe, terrible monster slayer for Netflix, secret agent in Very Special Agents – Code U.N.C.L.E or even Mission Impossible Fallout, mythological hero in The ImmortalsHenry Cavill is a regular; action movies.He is therefore used to having to perform complicated sequences of fights or perilous stunts! But obviously, some are really harder to handle. put in the box than others. During an interview with our colleagues from Collider, the star unveiled the most difficult scene to take. turn in his career.

Mission Impossible, The Witcher, Man of Steel: Henry Cavill reveals the most difficult scene to shoot of his career

It was that helicopter sequence from Mission: Impossible. It was extremely cold. […] I had my face in the wind and I was shooting bullets at; white, and all sorts of things that came back to me […]. Completely deaf, I was just waiting for the pilot […] to make a gesture which meant that we were filming. […] So I had to keep going. play, head out of the window, until which I guess the cameras stopped rolling. […] I do çat for 40 minutes, then I land, and I sit near a small heater to warm my hands. After half an hour, they tell me: “We've filled up. Here we go again.” It was tough, but I absolutely loved it. the sequence, and çit was really worth it.

The actor has therefore done honor to; Tom Cruise, the star of the franchise Mission: Impossible, who gives of his person on all the shoots for maximum realism! Henry Cavill, in the guise of August Walker, will have been for Ethan Hunt a strong opponent… À no doubt, his face must have to be frozen to because of the cold for days after this impressive waterfall!