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Henry Cavill's New Dream Gig May Be Warhammer 40K Series Image titled Amazon

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Henry Cavill has certainly had an upswing and…Down-and-up-and-Oh my God a few months, but former Superman and in the near future Witcher: The star may have another dream role, the lead in a world adaptation series Warhammer 40,000.

The Hollywood Reporter He revealed that Amazon has inked a deal to acquire the rights to Games Workshop’s massively popular sci-fi action game, and while there are no writers or showrunners, Cavill is reportedly already involved in starring and producing the series.

Warhammer 40,000, which began in 1987, takes place in the distant future of the 41st millennium, in a galaxy torn apart by eternal war. Empire of Man –a theological autocracy ruled by the decaying body of a thousand-year-old God-Emperor and defended by the genetically enhanced, power-laden heads of space marines;aseeks to protect its worlds and peoples from alien and demonic threats, from the corrupt forces of Chaos, to the mechanical pilot hegemony of the Tau Empire, to the rugged hordes of Tyrannic Hives. It’s a world that spawned the term “gritty darkness” for its love, because it loves more gore, action, and the amount you can fit on someone’s shoulders.

Cavill reported it many times that he is a known fan of the parameter and board game itselfdrawing his own army of the Adeptus Custodes— The gilded personal guards of the Emperor of the Imperium. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard a either Warhammer 40,000 A TV show, or Games Workshop it was previously announced that it was is planning series development Centering on Imperial Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn, a character in the company’s Black Library franchise who is hunting Alien and demonic threats against the Imperium, but this is supposedly another idea in the works.

We’ll tell you more about Amazon and Henry Cavill’s plans Warhammer 40,000 how and when we learn them.


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