Alongside the teaser photos, which Henry posted to his 13.6million Instagram followers, the Superman actor commented with a quote from the author of The Witcher, Andrezj Sapkowski.
“‘It may turn out,’ said the white-haired man a moment later, ‘That their comrades or cronies may ask what befell these evil men. Tell them the Wolf bit them. The White Wolf. And add that they should keep glancing over their shoulders. One day they’ll look back and see the Wolf’.” Cryptic. Much?
As we eagerly await the release date of Netflix’s The Witcher season two, Henry Cavill has set our pulses racing a little quicker as he just dropped the first look at him taking on the role of Geralt of Rivia again.
With a set of new armour, the monster hunter himself appears set for battle and we cannot wait to see the cast of The Witcher back in action.
Production on the second season of The Witcher was paused due to the Coronavirus outbreak back in early spring but recommenced in June and the new series is set to address a timeline issue which was picked up by fans of The Witcher franchise. The timeline changes for the TV adaption allowed the characters, Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra) and Ciri (Freya Allen) to be introduced far earlier than they appeared in the source material, written by Andrzej Sapkowski.
Speaking about the criticism, the Netflix show showrunner, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich said. “The narrative structure was put in place so that we could tell Geralt’s short stories (the foundation of the whole Witcher world, in my opinion), while Ciri and Yennefer could also be a part of the action.”
The timeline change didn’t do the success of the show any harm with Netflix stating that the first season, released last year, broke record and became its most-watched debut. EVER.
The Witcher season two is expected to arrive in December. We can’t wait and, in the meantime, stay tuned to GLAMOUR UK for all the details.