Later, it was said the man came from the north, from Roper’s Gate. He came on foot, leading his laden horse by the bridle. It was late afternoon and the ropers’, saddlers’ and tanners’ stalls were already closed, the street empty. The Last Wish; The Witcher THE second character out of three in our streak
Month: July 2019
With so much of The Witcher’s sizable cast now known, it’s amazing that new names continue to trickle out for the first season. Thanks to the wealth of interviews out of San Diego Comic Con and reactions to the teaser on social media, we now know of two such cast members: Julian Rhind-Tutt (Harlots) and
Yennefer of Vengerberg was first introduced in Andrzej Sapowski’s novels as a sharp, manipulative and sexy sorceress, who very quickly had the short stories’ main character under her spell. But it isn’t long before Geralt of Rivia notices that Yennefer’s harsh exterior contains a woman who has suffered immense trauma, and those years of suffering
The stars of Netflix’s The Witcher have had a packed few days at San Diego Comic Con, with a panel, interviews and roundtables keeping them busy. Luckily for us fans, though, Anya Chalotra (Yennefer) and Freya Allan (Ciri) found some time to answer fan questions too, with an AMA posted on the show’s official Instagram.
San Diego Comic Con is drawing to a close and while fans are digesting every piece of news that was dropped over the past few days, Entertainment Weekly has decided to publish two new stills from The Witcher for us to geek out over.
San Diego Comic Con was everything us Witcher fans could hope for. After an extensive panel that showed various clips from the show and gave each of The Witcher’s three stars their time in the spotlight, Netflix also released an exciting and action-packed trailer (which is still trending on YouTube). But once the dust settled,
Each year, San Diego Comic Con drops some of the biggest news in film and television, and this year is no exception. One of the most-anticipated properties to make its debut at Comic Con was Netflix’s The Witcher, a live-action adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher novels, which follow the adventures of monster hunter Geralt
The Witcher’s panel at San Diego Comic Con 2019 concluded with the show’s first trailer, and it was BIG. As is our duty, Redanian Intelligence is here with an in-depth, frame-by-frame analysis of the trailer: including new castings, spectacular scenes, and our first look at the Continent.
The Witcher is Netflix’s next big gamble, with a budget higher than usual and rumors of a long-term commitment (three seasons in advance, according to Geeks WorldWide’s KC Walsh). During the fantasy series’ much anticipated Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con, the first trailer was released. Attending the panel was creator and showrunner
With The Witcher panel mere hours away, exciting news comes courtesy of Entertainment Tonight. As one of the many major news outlets on hand at Comic Con, it appears Entertainment Tonight is aiming to feed Witcher fans, and this time, the feeding was live streamed. Airing three and a half hours before The Witcher’s cast