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
With the media embargo lifted, reports on Netflix’s upcoming hit show The Witcher keep pouring in at rapid speed. SciFiNow used the opportunity to chat extensively with showrunner Lauren Hissrich, and actress Freya Allan, who will star as Ciri alongside Henry Cavill’s Geralt and Anya Chalotra‘s Yennefer. Here are some of the highlights from their
Newly renewed for season two, Netflix’s The Witcher arrives on December 20. While the main focus has always been on Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan so far, Australian actor Mahesh Jadu plays the powerful and cunning mage Vilgefortz of Roggeveen, someone who will be very significant in the seasons to come. For now,
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.
The Witcher’s art leads Tomek Bagiński (executive producer), Andrew Laws (production designer), and Tim Aslam (costume designer) recently sat down with badtaste.it to discuss the upcoming Netflix show, starring Henry Cavill. Today, Italian site Game Legends brings us another interview with the creative trio. Read on for a translation of what they said during a
Following the unveiling of the first trailer for Netflix’s The Witcher, an embargo has been lifted on another of the show’s set reports, this time featuring star Henry Cavill. In the article, Cavill discusses what drew him to the complex role of Geralt of Rivia, the source of his gaming habits and what we can
The newest edition of the SFX magazine not only brings us new photos of Henry Cavill (Geralt of Rivia), Anya Chalotra (Yennefer), and Freya Allan (Ciri) but also comes with a brand-new interview with The Witcher’s visual effects supervisor Julian Parry. Parry, who also worked on productions like Vikings, The Terror and recently Netflix’s The
At Lucca Comics & Games, badtaste.it had a chance to sit down with three of the masterminds behind the production of Netflix’s The Witcher: Executive producer Tomasz “Tomek” Bagiński, production designer Andrew Laws, and costume designer Tim Aslam. In two interviews published separately, they talked about the challenges in creating a production of this scale,
Yet another inteview with author Andrzej Sapkowski during his brief promotional campaign of Netflix’s The Witcher at the Lucca Comics & Games festival. Speaking to Wired, Sapkowski reveals his feelings about the trailer, whether the adaptation will be true to the books, what his next project is and whether he is a feminist. “Yesterday I
This has been a big week for Netflix’s The Witcher as we finally got a trailer and a December 20 release date for the Henry Cavill series. The center of everything was the Lucca Comics & Games festival where author Andrzej Sapkowski along with cast and crew talked about the show and gave many interviews.