In this Redanian Archives, we’ll take a look behind the scenes of The Witcher’s filming in weeks 15 and 16 and, from what we can tell, it appears the show will stray quite significantly from the books. Read on for all we know about the filming of The Last Wish, a surprising duo filming in
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In this entry of Redanian Archives, we’ll take a peek behind the scenes of The Witcher‘s filming in the first half of February of 2019. Prepare yourselves for intricate sets, conspiring mages, terrifying monsters, savoring leaks and a very unexpected appearance of a certain mage.
In this Redanian Archives, we’re doing a deep dive behind the scenes of The Witcher’s January filming block. Here, the crew returned from their Christmas break to film scenes with director Alex Garcia Lopez, who’s in charge of season one’s third and fourth episodes. Week 9: Blue Screens and Prep Following a two-week Christmas break,
After a short break, we’re back with another entry of Redanian Archives. For those unfamiliar, this series catalogues The Witcher‘s production week by week, with behind-the-scenes pictures and comparisons to released footage. Part IV will cover the crew’s return to Monostori Erod, where an important sequence was filmed: the Battle of Cintra. Week 7: Blood
Redanian Archives is a series of posts that will cover the 29 weeks of filming for The Witcher‘s first season, featuring behind-the-scenes pictures and our analysis. In the previous entry, we covered the location filming for Cintra and The Edge of the World during the production’s third and fourth weeks. This time, we’ll get a
For those unfamiliar with our new behind-the-scenes series, Redanian Archives will be covering the entire duration of The Witcher‘s filming for its first season, week by week. In part one of the series, director Alik Sakharov began filming the show’s pilot episode, with lead Henry Cavill (Geralt) finally on set. In the second part of
In this new series of posts, Redanian Intelligence will be setting out all we know about the filming of season one, breaking down the entire process week-by-week and adding some entirely new information and photographs along the way that we hadn’t had the chance to share before. In fact, this is how this website came
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!
Although filming has been over for about three weeks, you might have noticed by now that Redanian Intelligence is not nearly done with the scoops for Season 1 of The Witcher. We’re happy to share with you information about filming that occurred in February at the Hungarian Tarnok quarry.
The last time @GoTlikeLocations was able to visit the set in Hungary, he brought us an inside look at the show’s filming of a Nilfgaardian siege. His next report gives a closer (and bloodier) look at The Witcher’s sets than we’ve ever seen before. Those concerned about the show’s production values following the Nilfgaardian armor