Henry Cavill Shares Scars From Set of The Witcher
The upcoming Netflix series The Witcher might contain some great thrills and adventure. In its upcoming TV adaptation, the monster Geralt may be even scarier. But looks like the streaming service has not released a look into it yet. However, Henry Cavill, who plays the main character is giving a sneak peak into his scars from the filming.
Although we know Geralt as a monster with silvery white hair and an apathetic yet threatening demeanor, there is more to his character. His body is littered with scars, and each one has its own story.
Henry Cavill Shares His Scars from Playing Geralt on ‘The Witcher’
The Witcher is still filming. Apparently, the shooting will wrap up in a couple of months. Considering that they have been shooting in numerous locations, we have seen some set pictures showing Anna Shaffer as Triss Merigold and Anya Chalotra as Yennefer. Now, Cavill has shared Geralt’s pictures as well.
Henry Cavil himself took to Instagram to share a shirtless picture of himself during filming. His body is displaying his torso scars as he pulls up his shirt. Maybe there is a scene that requires him to go off without a shirt? After all, they didn’t do all that effort in giving him those scars if he had to hide them under the armor. He added in the caption that this was how he took work home with him. Maybe, that’s a hint that he does not get those scars done on his body every day while filming.
The Witcher is set for release in the last quarter of 2019. However, there is no specific date as to when will the eight episodes come out, or when will we have a look at the first trailer. But with this picture on Henry’s Instagram, we can see how much he is in shape. Maybe, its all the intense training he has done to keep up with his latest roles.
Henry Cavill is a British actor. He began his career with roles in the feature adaptations of The Count of Monte Cristo and I Capture the Castle. His most popular works include Mission Impossible: Fallout, Man of Steel and Justice League. As for his upcoming series, The Witcher, has been termed unsuitable for children.