The rumors floating around the Internet are true: Netflix is looking to cast Game of Thrones and Aquaman star Jason Momoa as the lead of the recently announced prequel The Witcher: Blood Origin. This news comes shortly after casting has begun for the series. UPDATE: Shortly after the rumor was corroborated, Momoa shared a popular
Henry Cavill is the absolute superstar of Netflix’s The Witcher and by far the biggest name in the cast, but there is a possibility that another big actor has joined the team: Kristofer Hivju, who a lot of you know as Tormund Giantsbane from HBO’s Game of Thrones. Why do we think this may be
Netflix’s The Witcher is premiering on December 20, but that doesn’t mean the team behind the Henry Cavill series is resting on their laurels. It has been reported that season two may start filming either in December or January and now we have something that would support this claim. A UK-based prop maker expressed their
As we all wait for the Lucca Games & Comics panels at the end of the month, where Lauren S Hissrich, Andrzej Sapkowski and others will present a new trailer for The Witcher, we’ve heard something quite intriguing about the production of season two.
While news on Netflix’s The Witcher has been sparse of late, NSFW blog Recapped just disclosed an interesting and altogether very surprising rumour about a side-project that may be in the works. Recapped wrote: “No news on season 2 of The Witcher. However, they were casting for an animated series set in the world of
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
According to now-deleted posts, Witcher fans have 97 sleepless nights ahead until season one of the much-anticipated series drops. The official social media accounts for Netflix Netherlands (@NetflixNetherlands on Facebook and @NetflixNL on Twitter) have put to rest months, if not years, of speculation around the release date. According to the above post, which has
According to our friends at TheWitcher.tv, Netflix is investigating early release date claims made by Giovanni Eūgene Altamarquéz, whose social media accounts and LinkedIn show him to be an employee of the streaming juggernaut. Netflix is currently investigating this “executive producer,” as he does not appear to be a Netflix staff member, freelancer, or contractor.
UPDATE: This information has been denied by Netflix. TheWitcher.tv has reported Netflix is investigating these claims and the person behind them. Redanian Intelligence has the report and more here. A Netflix employee responsible for “executive production” might just have leaked the release date of the first season of The Witcher as being October 2019. Earlier
It’s good news for fans of The Witcher just ahead of San Diego Comic Con, as an insider with a proven track record when it comes to the show shared what he’d heard about Netflix’s commitment to Henry Cavill’s Geralt and co.