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Frame by Frame Analysis of The Witcher Featurettes: Princess Cirilla, Lion Cub of Cintra

The Witcher releases on Netflix very soon, and we’ve been served three tasty new videos starring Henry Cavill‘s witcher Geralt of Rivia, the badass sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg played by Anya Chalotra and the lioncub of Cintra, Princess Ciri, played by young actress Freya Allan. With three minutes of mostly new footage in each of these featurettes, we’ll be analyzing them one-at-a-time. We finish

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Listen to two songs from Netflix’s The Witcher composed by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli

Henry Cavill’s The Witcher releases on Netflix in just two weeks. Thanks to IndieWire you can now listen to two of the songs that will feature in the show’s original soundtrack composed by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli. First up is a song called “Geralt Of Rivia”, which we can presume will function as Geralt’s

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The Witcher’s Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan talk set experiences, character journeys and morality

Fans from all over the world have long awaited the first season of Netflix’s new fantasy adaptation The Witcher, and now we’re just a little more than two weeks away from the release. So far, much of the spotlight has understandably gone to Geralt actor and superstar Henry Cavill (Man of Steel, Mission Impossible) but

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The Witcher showrunner: “Henry Cavill changed my understanding of Geralt”

On December 20, Netflix’s new fantasy epic The Witcher will finally grace our screens, with Henry Cavill (the titular witcher Geralt), Anya Chalotra (the powerful sorceress Yennefer), and Freya Allan (the young princess Ciri) in the leading roles. Showrunner Lauren Hissrich has been busy promoting the show through various conventions and interviews in the last

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UPDATED: The Witcher’s costume designer touches on character journeys, elf costumes and Nilfgaard

With Netflix’s upcoming fantasy series The Witcher, starring Henry Cavill, mere months from release, more and more articles on the show are being released around the world. Not so long ago, Turkish magazine Episode brought us the first in-depth interview with The Witcher’s composers Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli. That wasn’t all though, as they

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Andrzej Sapkowski talks creative freedom and slavicness in The Witcher

Thirty-three years since Andrzej Sapkowski’s first short story The Witcher made its debut in the Polish Fantastyka Magazine, Nowa Fantastyka sat down with the author to talk about his first impressions of the upcoming Netflix series, his stance towards creative liberties in adaptations and the debate on “slavicness” in his work. Marcin Zwierzchowski: Regarding the

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