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The world of The Witcher, set primarily on a continent simply called The Continent, is full of magic and monsters — but it didn’t begin that way. It’s accredited to a long-ago event, a cataclysm, commonly referred to as the Conjunction of the Spheres. This concept gets...
Those who plan on watching the second season of Netflix’s The Witcher can look forward to plenty of epic monster battles, character development, and Henry Cavill staring broodingly into the middle distance. But season 2 also reveals a lot about the broader world that The Witcher takes place in — or more accurately, the many worlds.
Move over, Geralt, because there’s a new badass hero in the “Witcher” universe: Michelle Yeoh. The first teaser trailer for the prequel series “The Witcher: Blood Origin” was released to fans who stuck around after the credits rolled on Season 2 of “The Witcher,” which dropped on Netflix Friday morning. It’s the first look at the spinoff series, which is set thousands of years before the adventures of Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer in the mainline “Witcher” show. The teaser focuses on a trio of elves, played by Michelle Yeoh, Laurence O’Fuarain and Sophia Brown, who travel the wilderness and fight several groups...
In the world of The Witcher, Witchers are monster slayers, the best there is. Raised from children to be killing machines, they’re put through brutal training, are augmented by mutations and wield an intimate knowledge of all manner of beasts. Geralt of Rivia is legendary but he’s only one of many, something we come to see as we meet more of his brothers in arms with The Witcher season.
When celebrities step out, sometimes the best dates are family affairs. Mothers, fathers, sons and daughters — even the occasional grandma! — have found themselves on the arms of Hollywood's hottest stars at the industry's most glamorous events. Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at celebrities who have made relatives their plus-ones… Let's start with Jared Leto, who took mom Constance Leto to his "House of Gucci" premiere in New York City on Nov. 16, 2021. Jared famously honored Constance in his acceptance speech after winning a 2014 best supporting actor Oscar for "Dallas Buyers Club," revealing that the Louisiana native was a "high school dropout and a single mom" who made a better life for Jared and his brother Shannon and encouraged them to be creative. "I love you, Mom," Jared said. "Thank you for teaching me to dream."
Henry Cavill’s Net Worth Makes Him One of Netflix’s Richest Stars—Here’s His Salary For ‘The Witcher’
Whether he’s fighting villains as Superman or killing monsters as the Witcher, it’s clear that Henry Cavill‘s net worth is reaping the benefits of his latest role. The British actor has officially made a name for himself across the pond in Hollywood—and his star is only going to continue to rise. Before we get into all there to know about Henry Cavill’s net worth below, let’s take it back to the early days of Cavill’s career. The actor got his start in the early 2000s, starring in feature adaptations like The Count of Monte Cristo and Capture the Castle. He went on to...
The Witcher season 2 is now out in the wild, and fans know that quite a bit of the series takes place at Kaer Morhen, as Geralt takes Ciri there to train and keep her safe. We get several instances of Ciri and Geralt working together but we also see Ciri training on her own or with other Witchers at different times throughout the series, including one sequence where Lambert looks to make a point with a training dummy. ComicBook.com had the chance to speak to Freya Allan about that scene, and she revealed that the scene did not go according to plan for Lambert actor Paul Bullion, and it made for a memorable and quite entertaining sequence of events.
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This article contains major spoilers for The Witcher season 2. Far from resolving its many conflicts, The Witcher season 2 finale merely focused more intensely on the mystery of Ciri’s power and brought powers together to either find her or protect her. Instead of a traditional victorious ending, the final moments saw the banishment of a troublesome demon and the hardened resolve of the fractured family that surrounds the former princess of Cintra. Plus, of course, there were several surprising reveals that raised more questions than they answered.
What's on Netflix
The second season of The Witcher just dropped on Netflix, and while many millions of subscribers around the world are busy binging the series, we’re busy reporting that The Witcher has already been renewed for a third season. Production has already begun on the third season, and we expect filming to begin soon. Below is everything we know so far about The Witcher season 3 on Netflix.
Warning: The following contains The Witcher Season 2 spoilers. “The Witcher” Season 2 is finally on Netflix, and the story for the second season is just as thrilling, twisty and emotional as the first – if not more so. To that final point, however, Season 2 does involve one pretty gut-wrenching death.
The Witcher: Season 2 has finally landed on Netflix. If this new batch of episodes still leaves you craving more of Geralt's bloody, monster-slaying adventures, Dark Horse Direct may have just the collectible for you. The company has just revealed a new diorama statue inspired by the opening battle from The Witcher's series premiere.
The Witcher is quickly becoming a huge franchise for Netflix. Alongside the main TV show there’s also now an anime movie, and a prequel show is in production. Beyond that, though, is something a little stranger: there are plans to make an animated Witcher show for children. How exactly...
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One over six years ago. Despite its age, it remains one of the best open-world games to date and one of the best RPGs to date. Thus, it should come as no surprise many are playing it in 2021. Not only has the Netflix series roped in new players, but the game's critical-acclaim continues to lure new players in as well. Meanwhile, there are also plenty still playing who were playing when the game launched in 2015. The game boasts a vast open-world bloated with rich storytelling and great content. And of course, the various choices players can make throughout the game also lends itself to replayability. The point is, a lot of people are still playing The Witcher 3 in 2021, and it seems one of these players may have discovered a new feature.
The Wild Hunt is mentioned multiple times throughout Netflix’s The Witcher. It’s referenced in the pilot episode, and has several nods through this year’s second season. One day it will arrive, and change Geralt’s world forever. But for now, it’s a looming threat, much like Thanos was for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Witcher season 2 is currently streaming on Netflix, and apparently the streaming giant paid a lot of money to get Henry Cavill to come back after the show’s massively popular debut. According to Variety, Henry was paid $400k per episode for The Witcher season 1, which ends up...