Netflix’s Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf anime trailer jumps again in time

Netflix’s Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf anime trailer jumps back in time

The lifetime of a Witcher is difficult work, however there’s nonetheless loads of time for leisure actions, at the least based on Vesemir within the trailer for Netflix’s new animated film, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Along with the trailer, Netflix has additionally revealed the voice forged for Studio Mir’s upcoming anime.

Nightmare of the Wolf will comply with the adventures of younger Vesemir, and happen a number of years earlier than his adventures with Geralt that followers are accustomed to. Despite the distinction in time, the monster hunters’ place on the earth doesn’t appear too completely different. Most folks hate and worry them, however Vesemir’s solely concern on the earth is monster looking and the coin he will get paid for doing it — the Witcher approach.

While this trailer reveals us fairly just a few of Vesemir’s early battles, we all know from Netflix’s description of the film (and its title) to count on one significantly harrowing battle with a werewolf on the middle of the movie. Along with that battle, we’ll additionally most likely get loads of backstory on Geralt’s mentor — and a few of his contemporaries — earlier than we see him once more, a lot older and grayer, in The Witcher season 2.

Vesemir will probably be voiced in Nightmare of the Wolf by Theo James from Castlevania, and who performed Young Vesemir in The Witcher’s first season. The present can even characteristic Lara Pulver (Sherlock) as Tetra, Graham McTavish (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey) as Deglan, and Mary McDonnell (Battlestar Galactica) voicing Lady Zerbst.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is ready to debut on Aug. 28, 2021. But that isn’t the one Witcher sequence that Netflix has on the horizon. The Witcher season 2 will premiere on Dec. 17, whereas The Witcher: Blood Origin, a live-action prequel sequence, is anticipated on the streaming service someday in 2022 or 2023.

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