NETFLIX’S promotional campaign for season one of The Witcher is slowly gearing up and previously unannounced cast members are starting to reveal themselves. On which note, we’re excited to bring to your attention Swedish model and actress Frida Gustavsson!
Just when everyone had almost fully processed our first official promotional photographs of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri in Netflix’s Witcher, more emerge. While there are only a couple of newbies, they’re well worth seeing, and there’s a little extra information to be squeezed out from behind the scenes!
On July 1, the growing community of Witcher fans was served a sizeable meal in the form of posters, quotes, and a marketing extravaganza – as well as the reveal of an upcoming Comic Con panel on July 19. However, in among the jaw-dropping posters, even more information was provided on The Witcher’s robust cast
The time has finally come for food to be served, baby. The Witcher gods have smiled upon us, bestowing a feast fit for kings. We are fed. Scroll on for our first taste of Netflix’s The Witcher, including posters, medallions, and our leads in costume looking heroic as fuck.
It has been more than two months since the ever-reliable NSFW blog Recapped shared the information that Millie Brady would no longer be playing Renfri in The Witcher. We at Redanian Intelligence made our investigations and placed our bets, and now Recapped strike again: yes, Emma Appleton is Renfri.
It all began in April, when the consistently accurate (and NSFW) leak blog Recapped reported that actress Millie Brady had been replaced in the role of Renfri. We weren’t ready to believe it at first, but evidence kept mounting up. Soon enough, we understood that The Witcher’s Pilot episode would be undergoing significant changes, including
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.
During the final leg of production, the Witcher crew converged at the ruins of Egri Var Masolata, where they filmed for four straight weeks. Much was discussed about the scenes filmed in these ruins during the filming period, and Redanian Intelligence was able to uncover many interesting details that led us to believe the filming
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
Filming in the Polish Ogrodzieniec Castle lasted only one day back in April, but photos from the shoot continue to emerge for our viewing pleasure. In one of these photos we can see Mahesh Jadu as Vilgefortz in full costume thanks to photos from Janusz Marzecki and Sergiusz Gieszczyk!