The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare already has its first trailer. On Wednesday, Netflix announced the trailer for its English-language “Witcher” prequel spin-off animation film, directed by Kwang Il Han, written by Beau DeMayo, and produced by South Korean Studio MIR animation. Wizard: The Nightmare of the Wolf follows Geralt (Henry Cavill)’s mentor Vesemir, voiced by Theo James (The Divergent Series)-Vesemir’s old version will be played by Kim Bodnia (The Bridge) in the Wizarding 2 Mid-season play-and his exploits as a young witcher, from bounty hunter to facing his own past.
If you want more than a one-minute trailer for “The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare,” Netflix provides you with information on the “Witcher” show host, Lauren Schmidt Hissrisch, breaking down the trailer in a separate three-minute video. She revealed that this anime prequel movie will show that Kaer Morhen, an ancient castle that trains wolf and demon hunters, is at its peak, and it appears in the second season of “The Witcher” as “the old days.” The shell of the self”. Heathridge is also very excited about the wizard: The wolf’s nightmare shows that Vesemir is having a good time, and Geralt is the entire business of the live-action series.
The host of the Witcher show also solved a mystery for the fans and pointed out that the god of music-the green-eyed demon ghoul you saw briefly in the “Witcher: Wolf’s Nightmare” trailer-and “The Witcher” No. 2 The music god introduced in the season is completely different. “Maybe this is a bit mysterious for fans of season 2,” Hissrich added, “beginning to wonder why they are two different types of happy monsters.”
Hissrisch is the producer of The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. In addition to James playing Vesemir, the “Witcher” animation film also features Laura Purfer as Tetra, Graham McTavish as Tetra, and Mary McDonald as Mrs. Zebst.
This is the official summary of “The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare” from Netflix:
The wizarding world is expanded in this anime origin story: Before Geralt, there was his mentor Vesemir, a bluffing young demon hunter, who got rid of poverty and killed monsters for money. However, when a strange new monster begins to terrorize a political kingdom, Vesemir finds himself on a terrible adventure, which forces him to face the demons of the past.
“The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare” will be released on Netflix on August 23. The second season of “The Witcher” will be available on Netflix on December 17.