March saw the production team of The Witcher visit Hungary’s Vajdahunyad Castle. During this three-day shoot on 27, 28 and 29 of March, Redanian Intelligence was able to piece together some clues on what was being filmed, including who was on set. Read on below!
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.
Back in April, when filming was in full swing at the Polish Ogrodzieniec castle, another unit was busy at home in Hungary. The filming units, by the way, are called Monster Unit and Mutant Unit. For several days, one of these units filmed scenes at Tata Castle. It is currently unknown what was filmed, but
Our last filming report covered the shooting nearby Gyarmatpuszta Hunting Lodge, which occurred during May’s third week. A week later, we are able to place the crew once again at this location, filming both day and night shoots. We’ve already gotten a first look at Nilfgaardian armor, but now we have some new information (and
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!
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 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