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Geralt of Rivia is certainly the grumpy face of The Witcher universe, which features a e book collection, canon-divergent video video games, and a Netflix franchise with one collection in course of, a prequel in improvement, and an anime film arriving this month. The latter undertaking revolves across the origin story of Vesemir, who acted as Geralt’s mentor (and shall be performed in The Witcher Season 2 by Kim Bodnia of mischievous Killing Eve fame). And as this trailer exhibits, monster-hunters are usually not born, they’re created, and the method doesn’t look too nice.
Effectively, Vesemir obtained over it (the “it” being how orphaned youngsters are recruited and subjected to a trial) to be able to be remodeled right into a witcher, and naturally, we’re getting one other flash of a tub since that methodology of post-hunt rest is canon. This trailer exhibits Vesemir get into the swing of his career (which is hated by humanity, and that’s why Jaskier wrote his horribly catchy track) whereas endeavor a mission with a witch. There’s additionally a climactic-type battle that features Vesemir with a number of different witchers, so we’ll see precisely who they’re combating when the film releases. From the movie’s synopsis:
The world of The Witcher expands on this anime origin story: Earlier than Geralt, there was his mentor Vesemir — a swashbuckling younger witcher who escaped a lifetime of poverty to slay monsters for coin. However when an odd new monster begins terrorizing a politically-fraught kingdom, Vesemir finds himself on a daunting journey that forces him to confront the demons of his previous
The Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich co-executives produces and co-wrote the movie, together with Beau de Mayo. Han Kwang II directs, and Theo James voices Vesemir. Provided that the present’s viewers is a cross-platform one already, this anime movie ought to quench loads of fandom thirst earlier than Season 2’s December 17 premiere date.
Netflix’s The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf will stream on August 23.