Later Earlier this month, Netflix released a full trailer for Vuk’s nightmare, his upcoming animated film Witcher and shared details about the voice lineup. Theo James, known for his starring role in the series Divergent, gives voice to the protagonist Vesemir, years before Witcher became the mentor of Geralt of Rivia.
James also expressed a character in the first season The Witcher. “Vesemir grew up as a servant on a noble estate, working long days for too few coins,” Netflix writes about a charming monster hunter. “He strives to free himself from his social position and explore the continent in order to find his destiny.”
In his adventure, he will meet the sorceress Tetra, whom we see in the trailer. If Tetra’s voice sounds familiar, it’s because she heard it actress Lara Pulver. The main cast is rounded out by Mary McDonnell as Lady Zerbst, a noblewoman of Kaedweni, and Graham McTavish as Deglan, a witch from the island of Skelliga. Significantly, McTavish will play Redanian spymaster Dijkstra in the second season The Witcher.
Witch: The nightmare of the wolf debuts on Netflix on August 28th. Fans of the fantastic franchise will be provided with something to watch before the second season The Witcher streaming begins December 17.
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