Poor Henry Cavill hasn't had the best of luck in recent months, mostly due to an embarrassing incident that saw him very publicly retract his remarks about returning as the DCU's Superman.
Dwayne Johnson should bear his fair share of the blame after going all out to promote Cavill's return, only for James Gunn and Peter Safran to throw them out on their asses — but it was less than encouraging to learn that an alarming number of people completely forgot that he had a blockbuster espionage agent Argylle on the way.
The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, according to Deadline, will be released in the United States only.
Lionsgate has acquired the domestic rights, but Prime Video has acquired the project and will launch it across Europe, Latin America, ANZ, Canada, South Africa, India, and pan-Asian PayTV. That's a shame considering Ritchie's acting acumen, let alone a star-studded cast that includes Eiza González, Alan Ritchson, Henry Golding, Cary Elwes, Til Schweiger, and others.
It's beginning to appear that streaming will become Cavill's refuge given that he's still part of the Enola Holmes franchise, while he's shaping an entire Warhammer universe for Amazon.