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‘The Witcher: Blood Origin’ Rounds Out Cast With 10 New Members

Set 1200 years before the events of Netflix’s “The Witcher,” the prequel series is currently shooting in the UK

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Netflix’s “The Witcher” live-action prequel series “The Witcher: Blood Origin,” has rounded out its cast by adding 10 new cast members. The limited series is currently filming in London UK.


Dylan Moran plays Uthrok One-Nut. Zach Wyatt portrays Syndril, Nathaniel Curtis portrays Brían, and Amy Murray portrays Fenrik. Francesca Mills will play Meldof. Huw Novelli will play the role of Brother Death, Jacob Collins is playing Eredin, Lizzie Annis in the role of Zacaré, and Lenny Henry will play Balor. Mirren Mack portrays Merwyn.


The newly announced ten members will join Laurence O’Fuarain, Jon Prophet, Sophia Brown, and Michelle Yeoh, who first started shooting their scenes in Iceland in the last week of July.


Vicky Jewson ("Close," "Born of War") and Sarah O'Gorman ("Cursed," "The Last Kingdom") will direct three episodes of the six-episode limited series, respectively.


Set in an Elven world 1200 years before the world of The Witcher, “The Witcher: Blood Origin”  will trace the origins of the very first Witcher of the Elven civilization before its fall, as well as the events that led to the pivotal “conjunction of the spheres,” when the worlds of monsters, men, and elves merged to form one.


Declan de Barra is serving as showrunner and executive producer, and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich serves as executive producer on the 6-episode limited series. Andrzej Sapkowski will act as the series' creative consultant. Hivemind's Jason Brown and Sean Daniel are the executive producers alongside Tomek Baginski and Jarek Sawko from Platige Films.


“The Witcher: Blood Origin” will complete the production in December this year and is likely to arrive on Netflix by the end of July 2022 (Summer, 2022).


The Witcher season 2 will arrive on 17 December this year with eight episodes on Netflix.

 

 

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