The Witcher author Andrzej Sapkowski is making appearances and interviews again and thankfully we’ll be seeing that more frequently in the next two years as Sapkowski is writing his new Witcher book for a Winter 2024/2025 release. In one of these interviews, he spoke about adaptations and what he imagined Geralt’s voice would be like.
It’s no longer a secret that Andrzej Sapkowski is writing a new Witcher book and he took to Comic Con Vienna last week to announce the release window of it: Late 2024 in Poland with early 2025 internationally. In a new interview with Cerealkillerz, Sapkowski talks about his craft, The Witcher adaptations, his new book
One of the recurring critiques aimed at Netflix’s The Witcher is that the show starring Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan simplified some complex and interesting things from Andrzej Sapkowski’s books and as a result, a lot of the book-reading viewers felt that some of those aspects of the story were simplified too much.
The press tour for The Witcher Season 3 will have one staple question from every journalist to every cast member during every interview: “How do you feel about Henry Cavill leaving the show?” Speaking to SFX Magazine, Anya Chalotra revealed that she felt quite emotional about the news. Anya Chalotra on Henry Cavill’s Exit Anya
The biggest topic of discussion regarding the third season of Netflix’s The Witcher is undoubtedly that it will be lead star Henry Cavill’s last as Geralt of Rivia. There have been very few comments from people involved in the show and all rather vague and dry. With the promotion ramping up for Season 3, now
The fight sequence in the very first episode of Netflix’s The Witcher is probably the most famous scene of the entire series, and for a good reason. We see the full scope of Henry Cavill’s physical capabilities as Geralt under the precise and professional supervision of fight choreographer Wolfgang Stegemann. Back in May, we revealed
Now that The Witcher‘s second season has been released on Netflix and fans across the world have binged its eight episodes, the cast and crew behind the fantasy series have begun to discuss the events of season two. In The Witcher: Unlocked, an hour-long special in which series stars Henry Cavill (Geralt), Anya Chalotra (Yennefer),
The premiere of the second season of The Witcher on Netflix is fast approaching and there are only two weeks left. Until December 17, we’re hoping to see a lot of promotional material, such as today’s revelation of the infamous detective duo Codringher and Fenn in full costume. In a recent interview with whattowatch, Liz
With less than 10 weeks to the premiere of the second season of The Witcher, the excitement and enthusiasm among fans for the Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan starring hit series is high, and every tiny bit of information on the series is welcomed. In an interview with the Sci-Fi and Fantasy collector’s
Among the many goodies that Witchercon gave us, was the interview with Lauren Hissrich, showrunner, and executive producer of The Witcher. Hissrich spoke passionately about many aspects of season two, the Witcher family, Henry Cavill, Kim Bodnia, her favorite season two character, Kaer Morhen, and how she handled the various familial bonds in the story.