Henry Cavill might not have entirely convinced in Man of Steel, but things are looking more promising in Guy Ritchie's The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Based on the TV spy series of the sixties, Cavill shows us a different sort of heroic range as the super smooth and impeccably-named CIA agent Napoleon Solo, who, at the height of the Cold War, must join forces with the KGB when a shadowy new threat to the world emerges.
His KGB equivalent is played by Armie Hammer – and to say relations are frosty between the pair is an understatement. Cracking wise as well as cracking bones, the new trailer depicts the two men constantly trying to outdo the other while on the trail of a vanished German scientist. Richie has clearly been keen to ensure the film doesn't take itself too seriously.
Furious pace, classy visuals and a speedboat chase? What could go wrong.
Check out the first trailer below.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E is out in cinemas from 14 August