She added that, in the books, we very much see Ciri through Geralt's perspective, and she wanted to see the character not through his lens.
The showrunner for Netflix's take on The Witcher, Lauren Hissirch, has revealed new details about the upcoming "very adult" show. Now, Henry Cavill has returned to San Diego Comic-Con to give fans a glimpse at The Witcher.
Hissrich refused to comment about when we can expect a trailer.
"I remember hearing stories about Witchers". "These three characters - Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri - really rose to the surface". As soon as one is announced, we'll have it here on Cinelinx. That might seem like a dismissal of what CD Projekt RED have created, but Hissrich doesn't think that.
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Later in the panel, Cavill asked for a show of hands of who had read the original stories or played the video game, before handily explaining exactly what a Witcher is. "They went one direction, we actually get to go another".
Following a 45-minute presentation for The Witcher, running 2.15 p.m.to 3 p.m. local time on Friday, July 19, Netflix will then host a panel talk for a prequel series to 1982 Jim Henson film The Dark Crystal, running from 3.30 p.m.to 5.15 p.m. That fits well with the stories, in that they're not often about some grand evil, but rather the things people will do for and to each other driven only by their own desires.
"He's not your average hero", Cavill said of his character. The characters you're rooting for in the beginning may not be the characters you're rooting for in the end.
Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri are on the hunt to make Netflix's live-action version of The Witcher look like TV's next monster hit - and now that we've finally seen Henry Cavill's Geralt in action, we'd say he's starting out as a legitimate claimant to ascend to the small screen's fantasy throne. "It's very important for me that you know it's Geralt and it's not some guy doing Geralt stuff but it's me in there", he told the audience before showing a clip of his character cutting through a throng of armored soldiers. There's a ton more in the Entertainment Weekly interview, particularly about the casting of Geralt and Ciri.