In photos: filming of The Witcher continues at the Egri vár másolata castle

Last week we reported that filming was taking place at Hungarian castle Egri vár másolata with the involvement of mages and sorceresses. To refresh your memory, the characters mentioned were Vilgefortz, Sabrina and Triss, along with a young alderman played by Jack Bandeira and the yet-unknown character played by Rhianna McGreevy. We have now learned

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Cast and Crew of The Witcher Begin Wrapping for the Season

After several months of intense filming, the hardworking cast and crew of Netflix’s The Witcher are beginning to bid farewell to the city they’ve temporarily called home. If we didn’t already suspect it, Adam Levy (who is playing the wise druid Mousesack) posting from The Witcher’s wrap party at the Hotsy Totsy bar in Budapest

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John Cummins cast as Marton, Philippe Spall cast as Hemet and other actors who we believe might be in The Witcher

We have several casting news and speculations. Firstly, as mentioned in the headline, English actor John Cummins, has been cast as a character named Marton according to his Spotlight CV. There is no Marton in the books, so surely this is an original character created by Lauren S. Hissrich and the team.

Redanian Exclusive: Director Marc Jobst Filming Scenes for the Season Finale

Almost a month has passed since the show wrapped its filming in Poland’s Ogrodzieniec castle, yet now we are able to share some exciting new information from the set. One of our sources was able to share a production picture taken in Poland which includes a clapperboard that reveals some interesting information. Take a look

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The Witcher is filming mage scenes at a Hungarian castle

After the Easter break that lasted until the first days of the week, filming of Season 1 moved on to the Egri vár másolata castle in the Pest county of Hungary. We have learned from a source that filming involved what looked likea mage and sorceresses and that Henry Cavill was not present. They were

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