WITH Comic Con come and gone and the first Witcher trailer out, some of you may feel a little like Jaskier probing Geralt for information. We have been thoroughly fed, but we want more! If you’re dreading the thought of a four-months news-drought, fear not. We have you covered! Our latest interview is with the
In March 2019, Netflix’s The Witcher filmed on a rocky trail on the island of Gran Canaria. Present for filming were director Alex Garcia Lopez, star Anya Chalotra (Yennefer), and a number of mystery cast members. As time went on, eagle-eyed fans identified Marcin Czarnik as “the hooded figure in black” and Isobel Laidler as
The Witcher’s panel at San Diego Comic Con 2019 concluded with the show’s first trailer, and it was BIG. As is our duty, Redanian Intelligence is here with an in-depth, frame-by-frame analysis of the trailer: including new castings, spectacular scenes, and our first look at the Continent.
The Witcher is Netflix’s next big gamble, with a budget higher than usual and rumors of a long-term commitment (three seasons in advance, according to Geeks WorldWide’s KC Walsh). During the fantasy series’ much anticipated Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con, the first trailer was released. Attending the panel was creator and showrunner
Have you ever wondered who would be creating the languages in The Witcher? Someone who’d take the existing words and phrases from Andrzej Sapkowski’s books and create an actual language around them? If you wished for David J. Peterson of Game of Thrones fame, as many did, you’re in luck!
He’s the Sea Boar, the mighty Crach an Craite, and a fine source of Witcher memes. We’ve been chatting to Scottish actor Blair Kincaid, who portrays the mighty Skelligan in Netflix’s The Witcher! Here’s what he had to say about his time on set…
With The Witcher’s debut at San Diego Comic Con coming up on July 19, lead actor Henry Cavill has given us our first tease of a beloved character: his mare Roach.
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.
As everyone’s hype builds for the The Witcher panel at San Diego Comic Con, Redanian Intelligence has been busy chatting with the wonderful Jason Thorpe, the actor who will play Lord Ostrit in the first season of The Witcher! We talked about his experience on the show, working with actors including Henry Cavill (Geralt), Shaun
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!