Freya Allan and Anya Chalotra will star as Ciri and Yennefer in The Witcher
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Looking forward to see Henry Cavill's Geralt tbh. With white hair and beard and scars makeup, I bet he'll look pretty close. And he's a fan of the book and games.
no beard for book geralt, it's a detail they said they're preserving.
so just the white hair and scars.
Yen is not what she appears to be. She's an unfortunate looking hunchback centenarian that uses magic to transform herself into an attractive young woman. The way she acts should be enough.
Haven't someone already made a photoshop of it? I seem to remember something like that being posted when the casting call for ciri first made the rounds.
This movie poster of Mads Mikkelsen's "Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas"
That's Gerald for ya...!
See, I just don't see Mads Mikkelsen as Geralt, neither in looks nor what I've seen of his acting. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau was my top choice even with his softer voice, though I hear tell he's not a great swordsman so
Time will tell how Henry Cavill will do; certainly not a choice I would have thought of, but after the newest Mission Impossible and seeing that he's a GIANT fan of the series, that gives me a lot of hope.
Not 100% sold on Anya yet. She looks a little young compared to Henry, but it isn't like it is inaccurate to the books. She's supposed to look like she's 20. I hope we see her(and everyone) in costume soon.
Freya looks perfect for early books Ciri though. Really good casting there.
How did i miss this thread? before I made mine I literally CTRL+F for 3 pages.
Never forget the pretentious headband
Is it really gonna bother you for more than 5 seconds when you watch the movie? I get that you're not really complaining for a racist reason, but why does it matter even in the context of the established world? It's a fantasy world with medieval and magic shit - there's all kinds of races present, is someone being black really that much of a stretch?
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