In a new interview conducted by Marcin Zwierzchowski and published in Nowa Fantastyka Magazine, The Witcher showrunner Lauren Hissrich and Executive Producer Tomek Baginski revealed how Henry Cavill perfected the role of Geralt of Rivia in the upcoming Netflix adaption. We have the translation below.
It’s been more than two weeks since festivities of Netflix’s upcoming fantasy series The Witcher wrapped on the convention floor at Lucca, Italy. Today, we’ve gathered our favorite quotes from interviews we have not yet shared at Redanian Intelligence, including more anecdotes about star Henry Cavill and the role of the series’ themes.
In a new interview held by Polish site antyweb.pl during filming, The Witcher‘s Executive Producer Tomek Bagiński discussed the upcoming Netflix hit starring Henry Cavill. Though the interview was held in Polish, we were able to translate it with help from two of our Polish friends. In the interview, Bagiński addresses the show’s deviation from
In the last Redanian Archives, we discussed Netflix’s preparations for the filming of the Battle of Sodden, a key moment in The Witcher‘s season finale. This time, we’ll dive right into it, including behind the scenes pictures of the crew, a couple of new cast members, and the show’s first big wrap party.
This coming December, Netflix will release the first season of their upcoming fantasy series The Witcher, but this story has existed long before Henry Cavill was cast in the role of Geralt. Written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, the saga has been adapted into a movie, a television show and a trilogy of games before
With another embargo lifted, a torrent of new set reports are being released for Netflix’s upcoming dark fantasy, The Witcher. Based on the bestselling series of Polish novels which then inspired an award-winning game trilogy, The Witcher stars Superman‘s Henry Cavill. In an article by Polish news site wyborcza.pl, Cavill completely geeked out about the
Rumors of Netflix’s renewal of the upcoming fantasy hit The Witcher starring Henry Cavill have been circulating for a while, and now it’s official. A new report from The Wrap confirms that the show has been picked up for a second season, a month ahead of the first season’s release. Season two of The Witcher
During the week of Halloween, Netflix took The Witcher to the showfloor of Lucca Comics and Games, an annual Italian event celebrating pop culture storytelling. For four straight days, the convention floor at Lucca was transformed into The Witcher‘s “Continent”, including props, local actors dressed as characters and a costume exhibition. We’ll be covering all
Netflix’s long anticipated series The Witcher, starring Superman‘s Henry Cavill, is expected to be the streaming service’s biggest show this coming winter. With a release date of December 20, the fans are counting down the days until the show will grace their screens. In the meantime, let’s dive into another entry of Redanian Archives, our
Speaking to reporters from SFX magazine during the filming of Netflix’s The Witcher, showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich discussed the show’s tone and structure as well as the unavoidable comparisons to Game of Thrones. Also included is Ciri star Freya Allan, who discusses her connection with the character.