The witchers from the Witcher Series on Netflix, Henry Cavill and Kim Bodnia, are sharing their on-set chemistry and their emotional knowledge for the benefit of the characters.
A popular Polish-American fictional series, The Witcher, was released on Netflix in the year 2019. The series is based on the novels of a Polish author, Andrzej Sapkowski and on the witcher video games. The Witcher Season 1 sets the plot for further adventures and introduces the main characters in the storyline.
The Witcher Season 1 include a Witcher, Geralt of Rivia, played by Henry Cavill is one of the main characters who hunt monsters to earn a living and is struggling to find his place in the world full of beasts. Another crucial character to the series is Yennefer of Vengerberg, played by Anya Chalotra; she is a powerful mage who was shown with some disabilities in the starting but cured herself with magic. To complete the trio, the last central character, who has been given a lot of light in season 2, is Princess Cirilla of Cintra, Ciri, played by Freya Allan, who is just a young girl who lost her family and the whole world discovers how important she is because of the Elder Blood running through her veins.
The Witcher Season 2, released recently in December 2021, the delays were caused by the global pandemic, which was inevitable. The Witcher Season 2 entails the journey of Ciri and Geralt to the Kaer Morhen, Geralt’s hometown, where Geralt can train Ciri to control her powers. Ciri and Geralt were supposed to be together and season 2 covers their journey of bonding.
Finally arriving at Kaer Morhen, Geralt meets with his fellow witchers who came here to spend winters together and refill their elixirs. There Geralt meets with his mentor, the oldest Witcher alive, Vesemir, played by Kim Bodnia, a father figure to him. Here we are going to share the on-screen chemistry of Henry Cavill and Kim Bodnia.
Henry Cavill And Kim Bodnia – Netflix Interview
Henry Cavill Witcher and Kim Bodnia Vesemir are discussing their process and appreciation given to each other’s methods on the sets of the Witcher. With the last release of season 2, the fans are eager for the next season and couldn’t wait to explore the story more.
Netflix has recently released an interview with Henry Cavill and Kim Bodnia to give something to the fans. During the interview, they both seem very comfortable, as Henry asked for Scotch in the beginning. Kim Bodnia, coincidently, has been living the same life as his character Vesemir, 20 years in the forest and being alone.
Kim Bodnia said, “when I was done telling you about my antics travelling and how it is to be alone, you said, ‘You are Vesemir.” And the discussion on challenges with the emotional scene started between them. Kim adds, “I trained every day in a new way of crying, and that’s why I have to travel inside my life because you don’t know if there is more to cry about.”
Henry Cavill then responded, “I have this thing, yes, absolutely. Once I’ve used something, I’ve used it, and then I’ve dealt with it, I’ve emotionally processed it because I’ve been crying all day on set.” Along with that, Henry starts talking about a complex yet emotional relationship between the characters, Geralt and Vesemir, putting more expectations on Geralt to be more emotional.
Henry Cavill and Kim Bodnia disclosed that there are a few scenes focusing on the emotions of Geralt and Vesemir, which were shot but didn’t make it to the final cut. Kim Bodnia’s role in the witcher season 2 was so special because of the complexity of the character living as an isolated leader.
The oldest Witcher alive, Kom Bodnia Vesemir, is one of the extremely bleak characters, and things change when Ciri arrives. When Vesemir finds out that Ciri can open the hope for creating more Witchers, he loses everything and puts all of his efforts into creating more Witchers.
It was in the interesting interview where the two Witchers, Henry Cavill and Kim Bodnia, from the series, are having a discussion on their methods to approach challenges and their seriousness creating the roles they were given. The viewers wish for more detail in the relationship of Geralt and Vesemir, as these two became the highlights of season 2. With the under-process work on Witcher Season 3, a prequel is going to be released with the name The Witcher: Blood Origin.