Henry Cavill Shares New Batch of Images for Netflix’s The Witcher

Henry Cavill Shares New Batch of Images for Netflix’s The Witcher

Henry Cavill may not be appearing as Superman anytime soon, but he’s going to be debuting as Geralt of Rivia sometime later this year. Just in, he’s shared some new images of himself and his co-stars for Netflix’s The Witcher series, and they look fantastic.

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Besides Cavill, the sorceress is Yennefer played by Anya Chalotra, and the princess is Ciri played by Freya Allan.

With San Diego Comic-Con just around the corner, I’m expecting we’re going to get our first trailer drop and release date during The Witcher’s Hall H panel. Cavill himself is expected to appear during the panel alongside his co-stars Chalotra and Allan, plus they will be joined by series showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich.

Though the most dominant property of The Witcher now is the video game from CD Projekt Red, it’s said that this series will be based more on the series of books by Andrzej Sapkowski. I don’t expect the series to stray too far from the game though, as I’m sure the game was probably instrumental in giving The Witcher the greenlight from Netflix.

We don’t have a specific release date for The Witcher yet, but it’s expected to hit Netflix this fall. The Hall H panel at SDCC 2019 will take place 2:25 p.m. PST on Friday, July 19.

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