Fans of Game of Thrones will recognize Vladimir Furdik as the show’s evil Night King, but his role on The Witcher is quite different. As stunt coordinator, Furdik will be in charge of the stunt team in various episodes. In the interview above (found, edited and subtitled by Sidh- thanks Sidh!), Furdik discusses how often
Though our past few articles focused on the Nilfgaardian siege camp, it wasn’t the only location used for May’s third week of filming. The week’s second location was a lakeside forest by Gyarmatpuszta Hunting Lodge at Kumarom-Esztergom, Hungary. While a siege was waged at Paty, Pest, the filming at Gyarmatpuszta involved a more intimate shoot
Thanks to a tip from a reader, Redanian Intelligence has found the first clear look at The Witcher’s “W” symbol for the series. While it’s still rather blurry, especially when cropped, we can make out a few key details in the design. The clapperboard here for episode 4, directed by Álex García López, shows two
Yesterday, we shared some very exciting photos from the preparation and filming of what appears to be part of the Cintra siege, thanks to GotLike Locations. Now it’s time for videos!
It has been seven months since filming of season one of The Witcher began. We have seen various blurry photos from the sets, mainly featuring the locations and occasionally actors as well. We have seen sorceresses, mages, common folk, and even Geralt, but we know next to nothing of what Nilfgaard looks like in the
We first learned about Lila Prideaux when she suddenly appeared on the IMDb cast list on the show. The name of her character wasn’t listed and that led everyone to theories and speculations. Is she young Ciri? She does look a little bit like Freya Allan. Or is she perhaps just another original character? The
Ever since Rhianna McGreevy was identified as the redhead actress from the Ogrodzieniec shoot in Poland, we have been wondering: “Could she be Coral?” The answer is yes. She can be and she indeed is Coral aka Lytta Neyd.
As previously reported, the Witcher crew is wrapping up its final weeks of filming for season one. Many cast members have already announced that they have finished filming their roles, and several key crew members have joined them this week as well. Whether there is one week left or perhaps more, one thing is clear:
Netflix had already revealed the release period of season one of The Witcher as Q4 of 2019, but now we have a more specific premiere date: the NSFW blog Recapped reports that the much-anticipated season will drop on Netflix on December 20…and that’s not all!
The filming that took place on January 17 and 18 at the Austrian castle Kreuzenstein has been a puzzle for several months. First we knew that actor Shaun Dooley filmed there, then we got a confirmation that Shaun is playing King Foltest and now we have another piece of the puzzle thanks to the FatZebra