Netflix has released the first look feature of the next Witcher prequel series, The Witcher: Blood Origin, which is currently in production.
The Witcher: Blood Origin’s new behind-the-scenes look began by reading the table in the first episode of the show, “Ballard and the Blade of Blood.” It was written by Declan de Balla and directed by Sarah Ogorman. Gorman. De Barra is also a showrunner and toured the set where the first part series was filmed.
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De Barra also showed one of the underwater sets, Blood Origin is completely underwater, the elves have gills in this world, and the set was reused as a Drowner bar in The Witcher’s sixth season. I joked that. He also joked that they were using “genetically engineered beasts” for the show and not using CGI or the like. Hey, something wilder happened.
The clip also showed a bit of Iceland’s location where the series was partially filmed, as it needed a place that looked like “the Earth spewed mountains out of nowhere.”
Here’s how Netflix describes the series: “In Geralt of Rivia’s 11 worlds 1200 years ago, the worlds of monsters, men and elves are united into one, and the first witcher appears.
The six-part limited series will be made possible by showrunner and executive producer Decrandebara (The Witcher, Iron Fist) and creative consultant The Witcher creator Andrei Sapkovsky. Sarah Ogorman (cursed) and Vicky Jewson (closed) each direct three episodes.
The Witcher: Blood Origin also has an impressive lineup of actors, including Star Trek Discovery’s Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, and Lawrence Off Align (Fjall).
recently Twitter thread, Netflix Revealed the names of 10 new characters participating in the live-action series. These include Millen Mack as Marwin, Lenny Henry as Baller, Dylan Moran as Uslock Onenut, Jacob Collins Levy as Eledin, Lizzy Anis as Zakare, and Hunovelli as Brothers. , Francesca Mills as Meldof, Amy Murray as Fenrik, Nathaniel Curtis as Brían, and Zach Wyatt as Syndril.
For more information on the White Wolf world, check out The Nightmare of the Wolf review, what Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hisrich talked about the possibilities of Season 3, and more details on the new story from The Witcher’s Season 2. Please Confirm. It will premiere on Netflix on December 17, 2021.