Henry Cavill has exciting news for fans as he gears up to begin training for his role in The Immortals reboot. The actor, best known for his role in The Witcher series, will be teaming up with John Wick director Chad Stahelski to bring a new version of the 1986 cult classic to the screen.
In an interview with Collider, Cavill confirmed his involvement in the reboot and expressed his enthusiasm for the project. However, he also acknowledged the challenging road ahead, emphasizing that the training process will be lengthy. “Training is about to begin in earnest,” Cavill revealed. “It will be a very long training process and I am very excited to start. I can’t say much at the moment. I want to keep everything a secret for as long as possible.”
The long-anticipated reboot of The Immortals is set to premiere in 2026, with filming expected to commence soon. Stahelski envisions the film as the first installment in a new franchise centered on Scottish warrior Connor MacLeod, who discovers his immortality after surviving a fatal stab wound in battle.
In addition to The Immortals, Cavill also hinted at the progress of his other projects. He mentioned his role in the espionage thriller Argylle, directed by Matthew Vaughn, and provided a small update on his Warhammer project for Amazon Prime Video. According to Cavill, the Warhammer project is “progressing very well” and “great things are happening, and we are very excited.”
Last year, Cavill’s Warhammer 40,000 Cinematic Universe was reported to be “moving forward nicely,” but fans may have to wait a while for the first look. While there are plans for an entire “Warhammer universe,” it remains unclear whether the project will debut as a film or a television series, and it could take several years for either to materialize.
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