The Witcher: big news for Season 2 filming

News culture The Witcher: Good news for the shooting of Season 2 Posted on 04/01/2021 at 12:36 PM After a long delay due to a certain pandemic, the shooting of Season 2 of The Witcher finally ended in North Devon under good conditions. The news was reported by the show’s hairdresser and makeup artist, Jacqueline Rathore. In an Instagram story, she says: “We finished shooting Witcher 2! There is only one takeaway menu on the board.” Before specifying that production will officially end on Thursday April 1st, which is today. The shooting of many series and films was recently hit by the pandemic. This was particularly the case with the series The Witcher, which was injured at the same time by Henry Cavill, the actor behind Geralt. Production was first interrupted for a few months in March 2020 when actor Kristofer Hivju turned out to be positive for the coronavirus. It had closed a second time in November after several other cases of COVID-19. Work then resumed at the beginning of 2021. If a release date has not yet been announced for the new season to air on Netflix, it seems like it’s on the right track to come out this year. Remember, the SVOD platform is working in parallel on a spin-off miniseries called The Witcher: Blood Origin that will return to the origins of the very first witcher as well as the events that led to the “conjunction of the spheres”. . Also note the production of The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, an animated film about the character of Vesemir, Geralt’s mentor.

The latest news on the cast

With the filming of The Witcher in full swing in North Devon, England, armored horsemen were spotted whose appearance was strongly reminiscent of the Wild Hunt, the group of enemies that sparked terrible news that gave the name its name. Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. In addition, seven new actors were revealed a few days ago: Phillipa Eilhart, founder of the Lodge of Magicians, is played by Cassie Clare (Beauty and the Beast, Seven Sisters). Redania’s head of intelligence, Dijkstra, is played by Graham McTavish (Dwalin in the Hobbit trilogy). We can also mention Nenneke, priestess and director of the Temple of Melitele, played by Adjoa Andoh (The Chronicles of the Bridgertons, Invictus). Liz Carr (Unclassified Cases, Les Misérables, The OA) and Simon Callow (4 Weddings and 1 Funeral, Room with a View, Shakespeare in Love, The Phantom of the Opera) each play the roles of Jakub Fenn and Codringher, two lawyers. Eventually, Chris Fulton (Outlaw King, The Bridgertons Chronicle) will play the magician Rience, while Kevin Doyle (Downton Abbey) will be Ba’lian, an original character in the series. About The Witcher Season 2 on Netflix From Tiraxa, writing by jeuxvideo.com MP