The star of the film “Mission: Impossible: Consequences” Henry Cavill shaved his scandalous mustache back in March of this year, for which he recorded a separate video for Instagram. It seemed that this story should have been forgotten, but recently Paramount Studio, which released “Mission 6,” decided to honor the memory of the mustache by donating to the foundation of the charitable organization Movember.
The Movember Charitable Foundation appeared in 2004 when a group of Australians stopped shaving during November to draw public attention to the problems of men’s physical and psychological health. Spontaneous action turned into a world movement and led to the establishment of a full-fledged organization.
It was in her foundation that Paramount studio transferred the money and announced this on the official Twitter page. “In memory of Henry Cavill’s royal mustache, Mission Impossible: Consequences,” @ParamountMovies made a donation to the Movember Foundation to support their male health initiative. Donate today at Movember.com. ”
In memory of Henry Cavill’s #KingStache in Mission: Impossible Fallout, @ParamountMovies has made a donation to @Movember in support of their men’s health initiatives. Donate today at https://t.co/ngn1xlcDT3 #LongLiveTheMo pic.twitter.com/KatLpdfqfp
— Mission: Impossible (@MissionFilm) November 19, 2018
Mustache Cavill cost the other studio dearly, Warner Bros. The contract with Paramount forbade the actor to shave them off, so the creators of the League of Justice had to spend several million dollars on special effects that did not save the situation and gave rise to many jokes on the net. At the moment, Henry Cavill is busy filming the series The Witcher from the Netflix streaming platform.
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