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
Ever since the rumours emerged that Millie Brady was no longer Renfri and Rebecca Benson, who was meant to play Marilka, was removed from the The Witcher‘s IMDB cast list, it has been speculated that there will be reshoots of the Pilot episode in addition to the new actresses. Now we have hard evidence thanks
Though our recent reports have largely been focused on the opening mage sequence of The Witcher’s season finale, this latest news is about the show’s first episode. Following a major recast, the show will likely now need to hold reshoots for some of the pilot episode’s most crucial scenes. Redanian Intelligence has reason to believe
For months we have been speculating which character Shaun Dooley would portray – ever since his announcement in December. Today we finally got a confirmation. Thewitcher.tv has reached out to Netflix and confirmed his role. Welcome, Foltest, King of Temeria!
Despite filming at the Egri castle seemingly having come to an end, new details still emerge. Marc Jobst, who has been filming scenes at the Polish Ogrodzieniec castle for the season finale, is back. He tweeted a photo from the Egri location, although the photo could have been taken the day prior: This would further
As filming is coming to an end, casting news is a very welcome surprise. This time is has been revealed that English actor Dominic Creasey has been cast as Lord Peregrine of Nilfgaard. This has been revealed on his IMDB page. According to IMDB, Dominic will appear in Episode 4. Who is Lord Peregrine? We
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
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