The Witcher: Blood Origin spin-off gets a spectacular trailer for Netflix
The Witcher: Legacy of Blood, the spin-off of The Witcher series, still by Netflix, has unveiled itself in a spectacular trailer.
If the first season of the series The Witcher was a nice addition for the platform, season 2 s turned out to be disappointing. But while season 3 of The Witcher is set to arrive in 2023, the fourth season will change its face as Henry Cavill retired from the Netflix series while he cast his features as Geralt of Rivia (the main hero).
If he will be replaced by Liam Hemsworth, it is difficult to know how the public will adhere to this radical change. A doubt that did not prevent the red N from expanding the universe to capitalize with spin-off series. While an animated film has already been put online, it is now the turn of another live-action series to point the tip of its nose. And on the occasion of the 2022 edition of the CCXP in São Paulo, a spectacular trailer came to shake up convention.
The series will tell the journey of the first Witcher, 1200 years before that of The Witcher. The prequel will tell a forgotten story that led to the “conjunction of the spheres”: that of seven aliens who are all opposites who unite to fight an invincible empire.
If some special effects make you want to tear your hair out(but especially the eyes), the trailer is generous enough in clashes and brutality to ensure the spectacle, well accompanied by epic music. Moreover, the proposal collected in four episodes is an argument to binge-watch the whole thing quickly.
And if the curiosity to see how the events that preceded the adventures of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri unfolded is in order, it is especially one of the cast members who makes you want to support on play and it is the headliner: Michelle Yeoh. Wearing the attempt, it's possible that the physicality of the martial arts film actress is put to good use to add a little flavor to the nag equation.
But to be sure, you will have to trade your Christmas films for the umpteenth Netflix production since its arrival is imminent, scheduled for December 25, 2022.