A brand new Netflix The Witcher teaser trailer just released hyping up a full trailer reveal tomorrow. The time is coming when we'll finally get to see the book adaptation come to life that spurned an incredible video game series with what we hope is a release date reveal.
Though plenty of leaks squares this series' debut in December, we actually haven't gotten confirmation as of yet. Hopefully, that's exactly what the latest Netflix The Witcher trailer has to offer. For now, check out the latest teaser:
Oh little birds with tweets of sorrow— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) October 30, 2019
To you we bring some news
For when the rooster crows tomorrow
A trailer shall be viewed pic.twitter.com/uuSZlGrUj9
The road to get here has been less than easy, a tumultuous ride that the man himself - Henry Cavill - has been quite candid about in the past. "When I heard they were making The Witcher, I obviously was incredibly excited, and I annoyed the living daylights out of my agents," Cavill revealed in an interview earlier this year. "I called them every day and said, 'Guys, now? Meeting now? How 'bout now?' And they eventually said, 'Look, they've brought on a showrunner, and we've called them, and they said, 'Look, we're not even close to that process yet," and I kept on pushing, pushing, pushing, and eventually I think Netflix just got tired[.]"
"I sat down with Lauren, we had a great conversation about the show, where it was going, and my passion for it as well, and then she was very frank with me at the time," he admitted. "Said, 'Look, we haven't even started the process of casting yet; it was great to meet you, but we've got a long way to go. I've got to start writing as well.'"
"And so, it was then -- I think it was a four-month break or something after that?" Cavill said. "And I was just hoping that when they came round all the other casting and everything -- and it's important that the right casting process is done; you can't just hire the first person who walks into the room. I was fortunate enough to land the role after my audition, which was fun. It was nerve-racking obviously, because I really, really, really wanted it. But got there in the end, and here I am now."
We can see for ourselves how Henry Cavill transforms into Geralt when The Witcher Netflix series lands later this year.