The two stepped out in South Korea to support Cavill's newest film, in theaters Feb. 2
Cavill, 40, and Viscuso coordinated in black attire, with the Justice League actor in a black suit, shoes and shirt, the latter slightly open at the top.
Carrying a pearly white handbag, his TV executive girlfriend, 34, wowed in a long-sleeved, floor-length black gown with a large plunging cut-out front portion. She accessorized with sparkling drop earrings and a matching cuff bracelet, and also wore strappy black heels.
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Cavill and Viscuso went Instagram official in April 2021, when the actor called her "beautiful and brilliant" to caption a photo of them playing chess.
Less than two months later, Cavill revealed he was collaborating with Viscuso on an adaptation of Warhammer 40,000, and said in an Instagram post that the partnership "has been a blessing beyond words, [as] without her we might not have found the perfect home at Amazon."
Viscuso wrote on her Instagram in part, "Fantasy, horror and sci-fi are the bedrock of my creative language, so when Henry introduced me to Warhammer a couple of years ago, I immediately felt at home. The stories are rich and complex, the scope of the world building provides an incredible playground for one's imagination, and the characters, both tragic and heroic, never leave you."
According to Deadline, Warhammer 40,000, which is set in the distant future, is a "miniature war game" where players enact battles "using miniature models of warriors and fighting vehicles."
In the meantime, Argylle is based on a best-selling series of espionage novels written by Bryce Dallas Howard's character, the cat-loving author Elly Conway.
According to Universal Pictures, which is a co-distributor of the thriller alongside Apple Original Films, things in the author's world turn upside down "when the plots of Elly’s fictional books — which center on secret agent Argylle (Cavill) and his mission to unravel a global spy syndicate — begin to mirror the covert actions of a real-life spy organization."
Soon, she finds herself accompanied by a real-life spy played by Sam Rockwell as the two race "across the world to stay one step ahead of the killers as the line between Elly’s fictional world and her real one begins to blur," the synopsis continues.
Argylle is set to release in theaters on Feb. 2, before streaming globally on Apple TV+.
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