“The Witcher” is a Netflix original series based on the books of the same name written by Andrzej Sapkowski and starring Henry CavillAnd Freya AlanAnd Anya ChalotraAnd joey patty And Anna Schaffer.
The series takes place in the Middle Ages and tells the story of a monster hunter and magician, Geralt of Rivia, the character of Cavill, whose story is related to Princess Ciri and the wizard Yennefer of Vengerberg.
The first season of The Witcher premiered on Netflix in 2019, and after two years of waiting, fans of the series will be resuming the story of Geralt of Rivia on December 17.
Behind the scenes of Henry Cavill in The Witcher
Like the first season, the second part of The Witcher was filmed in different parts of the UK and started in the early months of 2020.
However, production was halted due to pandemic restrictions with several interruptions throughout 2020. Shooting for the second season of The Witcher concluded on April 2, 2021.
The production team and the protagonist did not reveal details about the continuation of the series; However, Henry Cavill shared recent behind-the-scenes footage ahead of the season two premiere.
“A bit of my own collection. I can’t tell if this belongs in the The Witcher division or the Warhammer division…. Maybe both? Maybe Neoth?” the actor wrote on Instagram.
In addition to being the protagonist of The Witcher, Henry Cavill is also a fan of the books, as well as the mini-game “Warhammer,” which shares the setting and theme with the Netflix series. Neoth is the emperor of mankind in the history of “Warhammer”.
This is why the actor combined his love for both worlds in his Instagram shoot, referring to Warhammer, even though he is described as Geralt of Rivia.
The actor also included the hashtag “#ObscureWarhammerReference” in the post description, so the new installment of “The Witcher” could contain a hidden reference to the board game “Warhammer” that Cavill himself added.
Cavill’s photo doesn’t reveal details about the events of Season 2, but his on-set selfie comes just in time to anticipate The Witcher Season 2 premiere on December 17.
Although the second season of The Witcher is yet to be released, it is expected to be one of the most watched Netflix series of the year, as was the first part. Also, Geralt of Rivia’s story probably won’t end with Part Two and Henry Cavill’s return for a third season has been confirmed.
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