What a great week of premieres! Spider-Man: No Way Home and season two of The Witcher hit theaters and Netflix on December 17, respectively. While No Way Home is already available in some cinemas in Spain, Netflix will have us waiting a few more hours to enjoy the new adventures. Before that could happen, the company shared new photos showing off Geralt, Ciri and Vesemir as a family, and the actual locations where the chain occurs.
The photo shows a Family Style photo. These three characters have a very close relationship, especially in the video game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Wissemer is Geralt’s teacher from Rivia and performs functions Grandfather and personality wise for Siri. He goes without saying it Geralt and Ciri notably play the role of father and daughter. Yennefer joins this relationship in the role of mother and partner of Geralt … and does not get along well with Vesemir.
Netflix has also shared a file Post on your official blog which details Real locations where Season 2 was created– While Season 1 traveled through Hungary, Poland and Spain (among others), this new season has been restricted by the Covid-19 pandemic and takes place entirely at 15 physical locations in the UK: Coldharbor Wood in Chichester, Bourne Wood in Farnham and MOD Deepcut Surrey (training base for the British Army), the Lake District of Cumbria, Rydal Cave and more.
“Kaer Morhen is a place, but it actually looks like a character from season twosays Andrew Luz, the show’s production designer. “We were also aware that it was a familiar environment for those who read books and played video games, so we needed to honor that original material, but also take it to a new level to keep it exciting for the audience. It was a huge challenge, but also a responsibility that we take very seriously.As for Kaer Morhen’s exteriors, they searched for environments that seemed unexpected and dangerous.
The second season of The Witcher premieres December 17th on Netflix.
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