The Witcher: Two Hollywood stars ‘turned down role of Vesemir’ in Season 2

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The actors initially sought for the role of Vesmir in The Witcher have been revealed.

There was a lot of speculation about who would play the character in the second season of the hit Netflix show, and in February it was announced that Killing Eve star Kim Bodnia would be the one to bring him to life.

However, relaunched reports have suggested that Bodnia was not the first choice.

It has been suggested that the casting directors are eyeing Hollywood stars Michael Keaton and Mads Mikkelsen, both of whom have come across the occasion.

The beloved character Vesmir serves as a friend and mentor to the main character of the fantasy show, Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill).

The casting for Bodnia was completed with public approval for the show, which was first released in December 2019.

Game of Thrones star Kristofer Hivju – who played Torummond Giantsbane – also joined the cast of season two due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The recently announced new show, Lauren Schmidt Hisrich, made a big-time change after her Fan review.

Hisrich explained the decision in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) last month, saying, “The narrative structure has been put in place so that we can tell the short stories of Geralt (the foundation of the world under study, in my opinion), while Giri. and Yenifer can also be part of the action.

The treasurer is based on source material written by Andrzej Sapkowski, who follows a monster hunter in a world known as the continent.

The show is scheduled to return to Netflix in 2021.

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