Only a few days ago the Twitter and Facebook accounts of Netflix Netherlands published a countdown on many upcoming projects. Some release dates were already known, some were new, and the latter group included The Witcher. The announcement, which was published on September 11, counted only 97 days until season one of the much-anticipated show
San Diego Comic Con is drawing to a close and while fans are digesting every piece of news that was dropped over the past few days, Entertainment Weekly has decided to publish two new stills from The Witcher for us to geek out over.
The day has come. We’ve been waiting for more than two years, since the project’s first announcement in May 2017, to see any footage of Netflix’s The Witcher. Now, the big moment is very, very close, as confirmed by executive producer Tomasz Baginski.
Have you ever wondered who would be creating the languages in The Witcher? Someone who’d take the existing words and phrases from Andrzej Sapkowski’s books and create an actual language around them? If you wished for David J. Peterson of Game of Thrones fame, as many did, you’re in luck!
He’s the Sea Boar, the mighty Crach an Craite, and a fine source of Witcher memes. We’ve been chatting to Scottish actor Blair Kincaid, who portrays the mighty Skelligan in Netflix’s The Witcher! Here’s what he had to say about his time on set…
March saw the production team of The Witcher visit Hungary’s Vajdahunyad Castle. During this three-day shoot on 27, 28 and 29 of March, Redanian Intelligence was able to piece together some clues on what was being filmed, including who was on set. Read on below!
As everyone’s hype builds for the The Witcher panel at San Diego Comic Con, Redanian Intelligence has been busy chatting with the wonderful Jason Thorpe, the actor who will play Lord Ostrit in the first season of The Witcher! We talked about his experience on the show, working with actors including Henry Cavill (Geralt), Shaun
The cast of The Witcher is packed with talent, and Jason Thorpe, who will be playing Lord Ostrit, is no exception. You can read our full Q&A with him by clicking here, but we wanted to pick out a couple of highlights for fans of Henry Cavill (Geralt) and director Alex Garcia Lopez.
NETFLIX’S promotional campaign for season one of The Witcher is slowly gearing up and previously unannounced cast members are starting to reveal themselves. On which note, we’re excited to bring to your attention Swedish model and actress Frida Gustavsson!
It has been more than two months since the ever-reliable NSFW blog Recapped shared the information that Millie Brady would no longer be playing Renfri in The Witcher. We at Redanian Intelligence made our investigations and placed our bets, and now Recapped strike again: yes, Emma Appleton is Renfri.