Month: April 2021

The Witcher’s ‘Blood Origin’ prequel to start production in July 2021

After the recent wrap of The Witcher Season 2 things have been relatively quiet, but now that the series is in post-production, we won’t be hearing very much until Netflix actually decide to drop some teasers our way. Regarding Blood Origin, the prequel that will star Laurence O’Fuarain as Fjall, things will get underway soon,

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Blood Origin: Filming locations, director updates, and more about the Witcher prequel

Something ends, something begins! Henry Cavill and the rest of the team have wrapped filming on Season 2 of The Witcher, but Netflix’s next Witcher project is already well on its way: The Witcher: Blood Origin, a six-part live action spinoff series, starring Jodie Turner-Smith and Laurence O’Fuarain as the two main leads. Today we

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Netflix teases The Witcher Season 2 with BTS footage following production wrap

This week, Netflix wrapped production on the second season of their fantasy hit The Witcher, starring Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan. To tease the upcoming season and celebrate this massive production milestone, Netflix has released a Behind-the-Scenes video featuring Cavill and a speech by showrunner Lauren Hissrich. Besides this video, Cavill himself shared

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The Witcher Season 2 adds Eredin, Lara Dorren, Ithlinne, Jarre, Vizimir and more

The last few weeks have been packed with Witcher news: First, Netflix released a big cast announcement, revealing and confirming characters such as Sigismund Dijkstra, Philippa Eilhart, and Mother Nenneke. Then, fans got a glimpse at a Wild Hunt scene on a beach in Southern UK. And yesterday, after more than a year of filming,

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Cast and crew bid farewell to The Witcher Season 2 as it finally wraps filming

An entire year, 159 filming days and a pandemic later, production of The Witcher Season 2 has finally wrapped in Arborfield Studios on April 1, 2021. After a successful start in February 2020, the production faced unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19 and multiple delays, but showrunner Lauren Hissrich and her team persevered through the many

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