In March 2019, Netflix’s The Witcher filmed on a rocky trail on the island of Gran Canaria. Present for filming were director Alex Garcia Lopez, star Anya Chalotra (Yennefer), and a number of mystery cast members. As time went on, eagle-eyed fans identified Marcin Czarnik as “the hooded figure in black” and Isobel Laidler as
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
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 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’s debut at San Diego Comic Con coming up on July 19, lead actor Henry Cavill has given us our first tease of a beloved character: his mare Roach.
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:
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.
With filming of The Witcher’s first season officially wrapped, the cast and crew have taken to social media to bid their farewells to the seven-month shoot. From showrunner and lead to accountant and grips, key players in the making of Netflix’s next hit have said their goodbyes (or, in some cases, their not-so-goodbyes). Read on
Season one of The Witcher has officially wrapped, as reported by the team here at Redanian Intelligence. On May 29, cast and crew took to social media from the courtyard at Brody Studio to celebrate a major milestone in the production of Netflix’s The Witcher series. Filming, including reshoots, is over until the whole thing
Thanks to a tip from a reader, Redanian Intelligence has found the first clear look at The Witcher’s “W” symbol for the series. While it’s still rather blurry, especially when cropped, we can make out a few key details in the design. The clapperboard here for episode 4, directed by Álex García López, shows two