Henry Cavill Confirms ‘Warhammer Cinematic Universe’ in Statement

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Henry Cavill will be appearing in an upcoming film, according to reports. Warhammer 40,000 Cavill, a project manager at Amazon Studios, took to social media for confirmation and clarification.

Cavill shared the news via Instagram, saying that he has been dreaming of a Warhammer-related project for over 30 years. After 22 years in the film industry, Cavill said that he now feels like he has both “the skill set and experience to guide a Warhammer Cinematic Universe into life.”

Cavill went on to praise Vertigo’s Natalie Viscuso, who Cavil says he’s been partnering with, for helping guide the project to Amazon. Cavill finally sent a message. Warhammer Fans, specifically, said he would respect the IP and bring back something familiar to them all.

It’s important to note Cavill’s reference to a “Warhammer Cinematic Universe” as well, as the original story from The Hollywood Reporter referred to the project as a TV series with Amazon. The article mentions the possibility of both a TV- and film-play with the series. So, perhaps the company plans to completely branch out an entire Warhammer universe for fans.

First published in 1987 Warhammer 40,000 Interactive game in which players create miniature models of soldiers on a tabletop map of a battlefield. The game’s setting takes place in a distant future where there is an unending war involving humans, aliens, and supernatural monsters.

The project does not currently have writers or showrunners. Vertigo Entertainment has signed on as an executive producer.

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