The miniseries sets its action 1200 years before the events narrated in the main saga.
The universe of Geralt of Rivia continues to expand beyond novels and video games signed by CD Projekt RED. Thus, on August 23, the animated film The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare, which presented a trailer a few days ago, will be released on Netflix in December, the long-awaited second season of The Witcher will be released and later on The Witcher: Blood Origin will do the same. , a six-part live-action production currently filming that has confirmed its cast of actors.
Already confirmed Laurence O’Fuarain, Sophia Brown as Éile, and Michelle Yeoh as Scían are joined by Mirren Mack (The Nest) from Merwyn, Lenny Henry (Amazon’s Lord of the Rings), Jacob Collins Levy (Young Wallander). ) by Eredin, Lizzie Annis by Zacaré, Huw Novelli (The Capture) by Callan “Brother Death”, Francesca Mills (Harlots) by Meldof, Amy Murray by Fenrik, Nathaniel Curtis (It’s a Sin) by Brían, Zach Wyatt (Karen Pirie ) by Syndril and Dylan Moran (Black Books) by Uthrok One-Nut.
At the moment no plot details have been given about the exact role that each of them will play in history, practically all of them being unpublished in the saga of Andrzej Sapkowski, who serves as the series’ creative consultant. The premise of The Witcher: Blood Origin, remember, takes the viewer up to 1200 years before the events narrated in the main series where the world of monsters, men and elves merge into one and the first witcher appears.
CBR recalls in its information that the miniseries began filming a few weeks ago in Iceland, now moving its production to the United Kingdom. The recordings are expected to run through November. At the moment there is no date for its premiere.
In video games, on the other hand, users now await the launch of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S with various graphical improvements.
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