The cast of The Witcher is packed with talent, and Jason Thorpe, who will be playing Lord Ostrit, is no exception. You can read our full Q&A with him by clicking here, but we wanted to pick out a couple of highlights for fans of Henry Cavill (Geralt) and director Alex Garcia Lopez.
Month: July 2019
While The Witcher’s sets might be gathering some well-earned dust for now, the show must go on. Joey Batey, playing Jaskier (also known as Dandelion), has been hard at work recording his “tuneless warbles” for season one of the show. So, what can we expect from the beloved troubadour later this year?
Stunt co-ordinator Vladimir Furdik was full of glowing praise for Witcher star Henry Cavill as he was interviewed at a movie festival in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Furdik, who recently played The Night King on Game of Thrones, also had some interesting comments about Netflix and the show in general – and it fits in
According to IMDb and their CV, The Witcher has finally found its composers in Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli, who are listed for all eight episodes of the first season. There’s been much speculation over the last two years about possible composers, from Bear McCreary (Black Sails) to Percival and Marcin Przybyłowicz (The Witcher 3:
NETFLIX’S promotional campaign for season one of The Witcher is slowly gearing up and previously unannounced cast members are starting to reveal themselves. On which note, we’re excited to bring to your attention Swedish model and actress Frida Gustavsson!
Just when everyone had almost fully processed our first official promotional photographs of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri in Netflix’s Witcher, more emerge. While there are only a couple of newbies, they’re well worth seeing, and there’s a little extra information to be squeezed out from behind the scenes!
On July 1, the growing community of Witcher fans was served a sizeable meal in the form of posters, quotes, and a marketing extravaganza – as well as the reveal of an upcoming Comic Con panel on July 19. However, in among the jaw-dropping posters, even more information was provided on The Witcher’s robust cast
The time has finally come for food to be served, baby. The Witcher gods have smiled upon us, bestowing a feast fit for kings. We are fed. Scroll on for our first taste of Netflix’s The Witcher, including posters, medallions, and our leads in costume looking heroic as fuck.