Category: Analysis

5 things you may have missed in The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, the long-awaited animated prequel film to Henry Cavill’s The Witcher is finally out on Netflix and most first impressions seem to be very positive. Not only does the film offer spectacular fight scenes and gorgeous vistas all along its 83 minutes, it also gives fans a much appreciated deeper

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What you may have missed in The Witcher anime Nightmare of the Wolf’s new trailer

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is an animated film set in Netflix’s “Witcher Cinematic Universe”. With its August 23 release date, Netflix is finally ramping up the marketing, and that means there’s a lot of material to analyze. If you haven’t seen the new trailer (embedded below) and the teaser released a couple of

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Frame by frame analysis of The Witcher Season 2 first teaser trailer

Ever since WitcherCon was announced, fans of Henry Cavill’s fantasy series have been crossing their fingers that the big Netflix and CD Projekt RED event would reveal the show’s first proper teaser trailer. Thankfully, we were not disappointed. Following a lengthy interview with series star Henry Cavill at the end of the stream, Netflix debuted

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Mark Hamill, Mads Mikkelsen, Ithlinne and other curious revelations from the newest Witcher casting breakdown

As we learned yesterday via a reliable insider Daniel Richtman, Netflix’s The Witcher has been casting a bunch of new roles, both canon and original. While we covered the casting breakdown, there are a few more things to talk about like the latest rumour about Mark Hamill. Several days ago We Got This Covered reported

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Witcher Lore: Explaining the Nilfgaardian Empire and the prophecy that drives them

Netflix’s Henry Cavill-led fantasy hit The Witcher debuted its first season in December, quickly becoming one of the streaming giant’s most popular series. Featuring eight episodes dense with characters, timelines, monsters and magic, the series merely introduces viewers to the rich history of the Continent. Unsurprisingly, many fans were left with more questions than answers.

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