It’s not simple to deliver a sprawling fantasy world to life on display screen, and within the case of The Witcher, Netflix has the behind-the-scenes footage to show it. In a new featurette called Making The Witcher, Netflix offers followers an inside take a look at what it was wish to create Geralt’s monster-hunting adventures.
The featurette focuses totally on the craft and creation of The Witcher’s world and its many horrifying and grotesque monsters, however that doesn’t imply the present’s stars aren’t round in any respect. Making The Witcher additionally options interviews with Freya Allan, who gamers Ciri, Anya Chalotra, who performs Yennefer, and Geralt himself, Henry Cavill.
Making The Witcher isn’t notably lengthy, coming in at proper round 32 minutes, nevertheless it ought to a minimum of give followers slightly one thing to tide them over till the second season begins, which received’t be for some time. In truth, it wasn’t till Friday, Aug. 21 that Henry Cavill shared a photo from the reopened set.
Until we are able to formally return to the world of The Witcher and the adventures of Geralt, a minimum of Netflix is giving us some good behind-the-scenes footage from Making The Witcher to tide us over. The Witcher can also be getting a brand new animated spin-off referred to as Nightmare of the Wolf, nevertheless it doesn’t have a launch date but, so there’s no telling if it is going to come earlier than or after season 2. Netflix can also be engaged on one other collection within the Witcher universe, this one a six-part restricted collection set 1,200 years earlier than the occasions of the principle collection — however once more, there’s no launch date for the prequel, The Witcher: Blood Origin.