Netflix is on a roll in relation to including extra anime and gaming diversifications to its library. With diversifications like Dota, Resident Evil, Castlevania, and extra, it is clear that the streaming service is all-in on “geek culture,” because it markets this department, and that features much more The Witcher on the horizon. With the live-action The Witcher season 2 coming quickly and the prequel nicely underway, there’s one more Polish-inspired adaptation within the works, and that is with Netflix’s The Witcher anime known as Nightmare of the Wolf. We’ve acquired a model new take a look at what’s forward with a contemporary trailer and a full forged reveal.
Netflix shared the newest trailer of Nightmare of the Wolf on the official Witcher Twitter account, which you’ll see under. Additionally, Netflix additionally confirmed the forged behind the mainstay characters. But first, let’s check out the trailer:
As for the forged:
- Theo James as Vesemir
- “Vesemir grew up as a servant on a nobleman’s estate, working long days for too little coin. He yearns to break free of his social standing and to explore the Continent to find his destiny.”
- Lara Pulver as Tetra
- “Tetra Gilcrest is a powerful sorceress who is descended from one of the Continent’s first mages, and believes magic connects all things of beauty. She and her followers work to keep peace on the Continent by ensuring that magic is not abused.”
- Mary McDonnel as Lady Zerbst
- “Lady Zerbst is a Kaedwen noblewoman who inherited her husband’s seat on the king’s advisory council after his death. She has since risen to become one of the king’s most trusted advisors, and a fierce supporter of the witchers.”
- Graham McTavis as Degla
- “Deglan was raised on the cruel, unforgiving Skellige Isles and is the hardened warrior-leader of the witchers. He is fiercely loyal to his “boys,” and dedicated to doing no matter is critical to guard them.”
The anime is a prequel with Vesemir taking middle stage. He’s an older veteran to the witcher order and considerably of a father determine to Geralt of Rivia. According to Netflix, the official description states: “Long before mentoring Geralt, Vesemir begins his own journey as a witcher after the mysterious Deglan claims him through the Law of Surprise.”
Lauren S. Hissrich, the present showrunner of the live-action The Witcher sequence, is on the helm as showrunner and co-executive producer on Nightmare of the Wolf. She is joined by Kwang Han (The Boondocks, The Last Airbender) because the anime’s director. Writing the brand new sequence is Beau DeMayo, rounding out the artistic staff.
The anime take will probably be dropping on Netflix earlier than you would possibly assume. The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf arrives on August 23, 2021, solely on the streaming platform.