That Time Henry Cavill Saved Alex Pettyfer From Drowning and More News

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London photocall of The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare
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Henry Cavill channeled Superman in real life when he saved the life of The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare co-star Alex Pettyfer.

The 33-year-old actor revealed that Cavill prevented him from drowning on the set of the film, thus saving his life.

Pettyfer raved about the actor for his work ethic and teamwork before detailing the instance where he almost fell off a boat.

“He saved me from falling off a boat,” the Magic Mike actor confessed. “I nearly drowned!”

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“So I can officially say I've been saved by Henry. And I'm very grateful to be on this film with you,” he exclaimed.

The actor continued, “Henry has a way about him where it's about quality and about coming together, and there is no hierarchy. He brings a humbleness to the set with everyone.”

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