Netflix has begun filming the second season of The Witcher this February and announced several new cast members that would be joining Henry Cavill (Geralt), Freya Allan (Ciri), Anya Chalotra (Yennefer) and Joey Batey (Jaskier). The reveal proved that season two will be adapting the fan favorite chapters from the book Blood of Elves, where
Just a couple of weeks ago, Netflix entered production on the second season of their fantasy hit The Witcher starring Henry Cavill. Filming has mostly taken to various forests in the Surrey area near London with Cavill’s costars Anya Chalotra (Yennefer), Mimi Ndiweni (Fringilla), Tom Canton (Filavandrel) and Mecia Simson (Francesca Findabair). Though photos of
Netflix has entered production on the second season of Henry Cavill’s The Witcher earlier this month, filming on location with an army of Elves in the forests of Surrey. Though the last few days have been relatively quiet, the crew has been hard at work filming another sequence from one of the first two episodes.
In the eighth and final episode of Netflix’s The Witcher, Anya Chalotra’s Yennefer of Vengerberg unbottled her chaos and destroyed most of the Nilfgaardian army. Following that, Yennefer disappeared. Netflix were hoping to reserve the mystery of the sorceress’s fate until season two premieres in 2021, but a new leak from the show’s recent filming
Netflix has recently started filming the second season of their Henry Cavill hit, The Witcher, and a casting breakdown suggested many new characters will join the fray. Now, Netflix has finally announced a slate of new actors, including Game of Thrones‘ alum Kristofer Hivju and many others. Mecia Simson cast as Francesca Francesca is a
The second season of Netflix’s fantasy hit The Witcher began filming earlier this month. While stars Henry Cavill and Freya Allan trained with The Witcher‘s new stunt team, Anya Chalotra joined the crew for a location shoot just outside of London. We have now uncovered exciting details about the shoot at Dorking, including exclusive pictures
On February 12 of 2020, Netflix entered the first day of filming for the second season of Henry Cavill’s The Witcher. We know very little about season two at this time, and many new cast members are expected to be announced (for the roles of Vesemir, Eskel, Lambert, Francesca, Philippa, Dijkstra and more), but we
Last month, Amazon announced the main cast of its hotly anticipated Lord of the Rings prequel series, which includes Game of Thrones alums Robert Aramayo and Joseph Mawle. Set during the period titled the Second Age, the series is expected to explore conflicts with Númenor as well as the creation of the rings of power.
Though rumors and leaks about season two of Netflix’s The Witcher were abundant throughout January, the past week has been rather quiet with regards to Henry Cavill’s fantasy drama. Fortunately, The Witcher showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich shared some interesting details in a new podcast with Writer Experience. Notably, Hissrich confirms that the much discussed Nilfgaardian
The Witcher season one has come and gone, and Henry Cavill’s fantasy drama has quickly become one of Netflix’s most popular shows. Though much of the focus has been on the show’s ensemble cast (including Yennefer actress Anya Chalotra) and on showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich, there were hundreds of people working on the show and