Cecilia Goff



Henry Cavill & Amy Adams 

Amy totally abandoned him, haha!!!


DC TRINITY take Ice Bucket Challenge, 2014.



Henry has now been nominated a minimum of 4 times for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! Mark Hughes, Forbes blogger, is the first challenger that we know of. He nominated the entire Trinity. Ben…


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Building a Bigger Action Hero By Logan Hill

[Below is an excerpt from the article containing a bit about Henry Cavill, his training, and WB wanting to test Henry for steroids.]

The munchies would have been impossible to appease on the set of last summer’s Superman – Twight banned junk food and soft drinks from the set, as he continued to sculpt the new Man of Steel, Henry Cavill. The trainer has nothing but praise for Cavill, who had to keep up his physique for a grueling 127-day shoot. “It’s not like you’re peaking a guy for three days for his shirtless scene,” Twight says. “You’re living with this guy for a year.”

For the six months prior to the shoot, Cavill worked out and ate according to Twight’s plan. The film’s producers actually contacted Twight and his wife, Lisa, a trainer, to make sure they weren’t giving Cavill anything illegal. With tarnished heroes like A-Rod and Lance Armstrong, it was important to establish that our most American superhero wasn’t a juicer.

"Someone in production had me more than pinky swear," says Lisa, leaning on a stationary bike. “They told me that they’d be drug-testing Henry.”

Did they?

"They never tested him," says Twight, “but I gave them a list of every supplement, with contact numbers.”

Twight says there is a secret to Cavill’s transformation. “Yeah, there’s a 90-day miracle, but you’re not gonna fucking like it,” he says, laughing. “It’s hard work. It’s commitment. Self-discipline. Persistence. And mindful attention to all this stuff. Then you can become whatever you want.”  [Source via DCCollectors]



Promotional photo | Credit: James Minchin #SOAFX #FinalRide


henry cavill / dunhill event in london, ‘08



Jesse Williams and the depiction of Michael Brown