The actor had suffered an accident which forced him to withdraw from production!
The second season of The Witcher may have been delayed slightly due to Henry Cavill’s departure from the recordings. About a month ago, the actor suffered an accident while recording which resulted in an injury to his leg. While not serious, the injury forced the actor out of filming until he recovered, with production continuing without him. Now, Cavill seems cured, since his return to filming.
This is what the Redanian Intelligence website reports, according to the CBR. In addition to the site, the interpreter of Lambert in the next season of the series, Paul Bullion, confirmed on his social networks that Henry Cavill is back on the set, as seen on his Twitter account:
The second season of The Witcher had a difficult development. In addition to the injuries suffered by Cavill, the Covid-19 pandemic had stopped recording in March of last year. Production returned in August, but was halted again in November, when some people on set tested positive for Covid.
Due to Cavill’s departure, filming is expected to take a little longer than expected, ending in March instead of February, as originally planned.
This should result in a slight postponement of the release date for the new season, which should be available in the fall later this year. The previous forecast was that the premiere would take place in August.
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