The second season of The witcher It will premiere on December 11, however, months before it will be possible to enjoy a production that will serve as a prequel to the main series. His name is The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare (The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf), a animated film that will arrive exclusively on Netflix next August 23rd. In fact, the streaming video platform has shared the first and promising trailer with us.
As we anticipated previously, The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare It will not have Geralt de Rivia as its protagonist, but rather Vesemir, mentor and friend of the famous sorcerer. The introduction of Vesemir to the universe of adaptations will be key, since the character is expected to also appear during the second season of the series. Kim bodnia will be the actor responsible for bringing it to life.
As well as introducing Vesemir with an origin story, The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare will allow us to meet others dangers that threaten the Continent since times past. Vesemir will fend for himself by accepting contracts to hunt monsters in exchange for coins, which is often the main activity of warlocks. However, their adventure takes a turn when a creature of greater danger horrifies the kingdom. You can see the trailer then:
Fortunately, Vesemir is more than ready to face such a challenge. Surely there will be more surprises during the film, as Netflix maintains a strategy of secrecy with this production. What you can be sure of is that, if you want to understand everything that happens in The witcher from Netflix, you better not miss The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare for nothing in the world. Remember that it opens on August 23.
The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare It was directed by Han Kwang II (The boondocks). The adapted script, meanwhile, was in charge of Beau de mayo. The latter is no stranger to the universe created by Andrzej Sapkowski, as he also wrote the script for the third episode of The witcher. Finally, you should know that animation was the responsibility of Studio MIR, a team recognized for its excellent work in The Legend of Korra.