In Netflix’s latest ‘The Witcher’ world effort, before Geralt, there was Vesemir slaying monsters for coin; see a clip, new images and the global voice cast list for the 2D anime film, premiering globally on August 23.
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Day 2 of Annecy 2021 brought more great reveals from the streamer, including four upcoming anime titles, with initial concept art, presented during their Tuesday Studio Focus Panel.
The free global online event streams July 9-10 on Twitch and YouTube; fans of the games and TV series get a behind-the-scenes look at the popular franchise with panels, breaking news, and a preview of the upcoming mobile game ‘The Witcher: Monster Slayer.’
Emmy Award-winning VFX producer brings over two decades experience on projects ranging from ‘Muppet Treasure Island’ to ‘A Discovery of Witches;’ in his new role, he will work directly with clients while overseeing day-to-day operations.
Geeked Week, the streamers free virtual event, runs June 7-11 across the @NetflixGeeked social channels; catch exclusive news, trailers, art, and drop-ins from stars of popular shows including ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Castlevania,’ and ‘The Old Guard.’
Familiar favorites Nenneke, Philippa Eilhart, Dijkstra, Rience, and Codringher will appear alongside original character Ba’lain and a gender swapped Fenn.
‘The Witcher’ star recently teased a secret project on his Instagram account, and internet sleuths believe it to be an adaptation of EA’s epic Sci-Fi shooter.
The ‘Queen & Slim' star joins the franchise's extended universe as a ‘nomadic musician,’ and most likely the first ever Witcher.
According to CD Project Red CEO Adam Kiciński, the new title will shift away from its beloved, yellow-eyed anti-hero and focus on a new character within the world.
Former Blue Sky and Disney veteran named Group Head of CG for Feature Animation; Holger Voss upped to Group Head of CG for Visual Effects, Alexander Savenko to Group Head of Production Technology, and Danny Smith to Group Head of Infrastructure Technology.
Series star Henry Cavill announces filming for the Netflix fantasy hit’s new season has wrapped just one week before England reinstates a new round of pandemic-related restrictions.
Projects from Cinesite, MPC, and Framestore are among animation and VFX studios to receive multiple honors at the annual Australian celebration of visual effects, animation, games, and immersive technology.
Limited series, set 1,200 years before Geralt of Rivia slayed his first monster, tells the origin story of the very first Witcher.
Since its launch this past January, studio has expanded quickly, working on a number of series, and will soon begin VFX production with Sky Studios on HBO’s ‘The Third Day’ mini-series.
Melissa Taylor, Siobhan Bentley and Tamara Boutcher will oversee feature animation and VFX services in London and Montreal studios.
Highlights include sequences from ‘The Witcher,’ ‘Rocketman,’ ‘Lost in Space’ S2, ‘Avengers Infinity War’ and Avengers Endgame.’
Led by VFX supervisor Aleksadar Pejic, the studio’s London team delivered digital demons and more in more than 250 shots across all eight first season episodes.
The company’s London studio creates a nasty arachnoid, Golden Dragon, zombie-like Striga and wicked battle scenes for the hit Netflix fantasy series starring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia.
Lauren Hissrich, showrunner on the highly anticipated fantasy series, hints at a seven-season plan for the show, which drops its first episode set December 20, 2019.