First Trailer Drops For Guy Ritchie’s Incredibly Violent Nazi Film Starring Henry Cavill

First Trailer Drops For Guy Ritchie’s Incredibly Violent Nazi Film Starring Henry Cavill

The trailer for “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare,” directed by Guy Ritchie, has been released, stirring excitement among movie enthusiasts. The film features a star-studded cast including Henry Cavill, Alex Pettyfer, “Reacher” star Alan Ritchson, and Henry Golding.

Adding to its appeal, the film is produced by the same team behind “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Based on true events during World War II, the film’s synopsis states: “The British military recruits a small group of highly-skilled soldiers to strike against Nazi forces behind enemy lines during World War II.”

The movie is inspired by Damien Lewis’ book ‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: How Churchill’s Secret Warriors Set Europe Ablaze and Gave Birth to Modern Black Ops.’ This marks another collaboration between Ritchie and Cavill, who previously worked together on “The Man from U.N.C.L.E,” which has a 73 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Following the trailer’s release, fans have expressed their anticipation for the film’s April premiere. Comments from excited viewers include: “I can’t wait to watch it, I’m sure it’s amazing,” and “Trailer is too good,” with another adding, “I’m interested. Guy Ritchie doesn’t miss.”

The film completed shooting in April 2023, prompting lead actor Cavill to share a heartfelt post on social media. He reflected on the experience, saying, “That’s a wrap! My days on Ungentlemanly Warfare are over.” He praised the crew’s dedication and Ritchie’s storytelling skills, describing them as “magic.”

Co-star Alex Pettyfer responded to Cavill’s post, expressing gratitude and calling it an honor to work alongside him. Alan Ritchson also commended Cavill’s professionalism, noting, “Henry was always first in and last out, never once complained – even in the midst of tough conditions (both on and off the set at times).” He added, “He showed up ready to work every single day and never griped about waiting around if he was asked to.”

“The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare” is set to hit cinemas on April 19.