Henry Cavill’s ‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ Adds ‘After’ Star, Hero Fiennes Tiffin to the Cast

Henry Cavill’s ‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ Adds ‘After’ Star, Hero Fiennes Tiffin to the Cast

Star-studded movies are recently seeing a resurgence. Right before the pandemic hit, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood featured a great cast, and so did The Irishman. Recent examples include Babylon and Amsterdam. While star-studded flicks always help create a buzz around a movie, they are not always possible because the actor’s salaries increase the budget. However, it seems producers are now willing to invest more money if the cast can guarantee a big opening. Guy Ritchie’s upcoming project starring Henry Cavill is one such example.

Having cast Cavill, Guy Ritchie is still continuing to add even more actors to the cast of The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare. The upcoming war drama has recently welcomed Hero Fiennes Tiffin to the list.

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Hero Fiennes and Henry Cavill to appear together in Guy Ritchie’s upcoming war flick 

Just Jared reported that After star, Hero Fiennes has joined the cast of Ritchie’s World War 2 movie. There is yet no information about his role. The 25-year-old shot to fame with the After. He continued to appear in all the sequels. In fact, the British actor is set to appear in the sequel, After, Everything. His other credits include First Love and the recent Woman King. One of his earliest roles was in Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince, where he played the young Tom Riddle. 

Apart from him, other well-known stars like A Simple Favor’s Henry Golding and Teacher’s Alan Ritchson are also joining Henry Cavill. Filming is not underway yet. It will begin production on February 13. 

Guy is serving both as director and scriptwriter along with Paul Tamasy, Eric Johnson, and Arash Amel. The movie is supposedly an adaptation of Damien Lewis’ novel of the same. The movie marks the second collaboration between Ritchie and Cavill. The duo already worked with each other in The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

The movie is based on a true story of the secret organization that Winston Churchill and Ian Fleming headed during World War 2. The organization reportedly trained agents to adopt unconventional methods to outwit the Nazis. The organization eventually led to the birth of the modern Black Ops team. 

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Are you hoping to see Henry in another Ritchie film? 

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