Henry Cavill & Eiza González Unite for Director Guy Ritchie’s Upcoming WWII Epic!

It’s been a big weekend for Henry Cavill as news has surfaced that he will be hanging up his sword in Netflix’s The Witcher. This is most likely due to the fact that Cavill will still be playing Superman in future DC movie projects. Cavill is also headlining the long delayed Highlander reboot from director Chad Stahelski so the actor’s plate is definitely full.

Here’s another project which most likely led to Cavill in making the decision to step down as Geralt as he will be starring in a WWII epic from Guy Ritchie. Cavill will star alongside Eliza Gonzalez (Ambulance) in the movie titled The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare (a truly delicious title if you ask me) which will see Ritchie directing.

Inspired by real events, the movie will “chart UK PM Winston Churchill’s and James Bond scribe Ian Fleming’s secret WWII combat organization. The clandestine squad’s unconventional and entirely ‘ungentlemanly’ fighting techniques against the Nazis helped change the course of the war and in part gave birth to the modern Black Ops unit.” Per Deadline.

Ritchie also penned the script as well alongside with Arash Amel. It is also being reported that the film will includes a “bevvy of colorful characters,” and could be similar to Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bastards.

Veteran Hollywood A list producer Jerry Bruckheimer will produce the film along with Ritchie and the two are hoping that this movie will turn into a franchise.

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Source: Deadline

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