Henry Cavill’s Fantasy Epic Film Is Now A Hit On Streaming


Henry Cavill, best known for his roles as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher and Superman in the DC universe, is making waves on the streaming platform Max with his 2011 film Immortals. According to FlixPatrol, the film has been steadily climbing the ranks since its addition to the platform, making a surprising comeback.

Immortals, a fantasy epic that loosely follows Greek mythology, sees Cavill playing Theseus, the mythological founder of the Greek city-state of Athens. The film pits him against King Hyperion, who seeks to unleash the Titans imprisoned beneath Mount Tartarus, threatening the existence of mankind.

Immortals on Max


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Immortals was added to Max on July 1st, after previously being hosted on Hulu in late January of this year. The film has spent eight days in the streaming service’s top ten films, holding steady in the #3 spot in the U.S. for the past six days. This is a higher ranking than the film ever reached on Hulu, where it peaked at the #7 spot.

In Immortals, Cavill is joined by Mickey Rourke, best known for his roles in The Wrestler, Sin City, and Angel Heart, who plays the villainous King Hyperion. Despite mixed reviews from critics, the film was well-received by audiences, earning a worldwide box office return of $227 million off of a $75 million budget.

The Impact of Immortals on Cavill’s Career


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The success of Immortals was a significant milestone in Cavill’s career, proving to Hollywood that he had what it takes to play a leading role in a big-budget blockbuster movie. Before its release, Cavill had never had a leading role. His closest was second billing in the 2006 direct-to-video movie Red Riding Hood, playing the huntsman. Since then, Cavill has become a household name.

The year after Immortals was released, Cavill starred alongside Bruce Willis in the thriller The Cold Light of Day. Then, his big break came with Zach Snyder’s Man of Steel, a film that led to the beginning of the so-called Snyderverse and cemented Cavill in the role of Superman for the next nine years.

Final Thoughts on Henry Cavill’s Immortals movie


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Henry Cavill’s performance in Immortals is a testament to his versatility as an actor and his ability to captivate audiences in a variety of roles. The film’s recent success on Max is a testament to its enduring appeal and the growing popularity of fantasy epics on streaming platforms.

For those wondering what Henry Cavill was up to before he was Superman, there’s no better place to start than Immortals. As a high-octane feast for the eyes, the film is well worth a look for subscribers of Max. If you don’t subscribe to Max, chances are it’ll switch services again in a few months, so don’t feel too left out. Stay tuned for more updates on the streaming success of Immortals and other films featuring Henry Cavill.

What do you make of this news? Have you watched Henry Cavill in Immortals yet on Max? If you have, then let you know your thoughts in the comments below.

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