‘The Witcher’: New Still Shows Henry Cavill’s Geralt Hacking & Slashing

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‘The Witcher’: New Still Shows Henry Cavill’s Geralt Hacking & Slashing

A brand new still from the second season of The Witcher shows Henry Cavill’s Geralt of Rivia hacking and slashing.

After a series of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the second season of The Witcher is finally set to hit Netflix this year. While there’s still a considerable wait to go before we see Henry Cavill return as Geralt of Rivia, we can expect to see more of the hit fantasy series at this weekend’s Tudum, a Netflix-centric fan event.

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Ahead of Tudum, Entertainment Weekly has shared a brand new still of Henry Cavill’s Geralt putting his monster-hunting sword to good use.

The still doesn’t reveal much, though Geralt does look pissed off at someone or something. Details for the highly anticipated second season are slimmer than we’d like, though it has been confirmed that the premiere episode will adapt a beloved Witcher short story. We do know that Geralt is under the impression that Yennefer has passed, wich should make for some exciting and tense moments. Netflix is also expanding The Witcher franchise with a spin-off series titled Blood Origin, so it’s likely that the second season will tease the story’s expansion.

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Here is the plot synopsis for the second season of Henry Cavill’s The Witcher:

Convinced Yennefer’s life was lost at the Battle of Sodden, Geralt of Rivia brings Princess Cirilla to the safest place he knows, his childhood home of Kaer Morhen. While the Continent’s kings, elves, humans and demons strive for supremacy outside its walls, he must protect the girl from something far more dangerous: the mysterious power she possesses inside.

Season 2 of Henry Cavill’s The Witcher will premiere on December 17th on Netflix. Stay tuned for all the latest news surrounding the upcoming season and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content!

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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Laika's ParaNorman And Coraline Return To Theaters For The Studio's 15th Anniversary

In honor of their 15th anniversary, Laika is partnering with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry to bring their Oscar-nominated films back to the big screen. The museum will play host to multiple screenings of the critically acclaimed stop-motion films, along with filmmaker discussions and Q&A's. The five films in question are "Missing Link," "Kubo and the Two Strings," "The Boxtrolls," "ParaNorman," and "Coraline." Tickets for Laika at OSMI are currently on sale, with screenings scheduled for October 15, 2021 through October 31, 2021. But screenings and panels aren't all the studio has to offer — they're going big for this anniversary... The post Laika's ParaNorman and Coraline Return to Theaters for the Studio's 15th Anniversary appeared first on /Film.

Laika's ParaNorman And Coraline Return To Theaters For The Studio's 15th Anniversary

In honor of their 15th anniversary, Laika is partnering with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry to bring their Oscar-nominated films back to the big screen. The museum will play host to multiple screenings of the critically acclaimed stop-motion films, along with filmmaker discussions and Q&A's. The five films in question are "Missing Link," "Kubo and the Two Strings," "The Boxtrolls," "ParaNorman," and "Coraline."

Celebrating 15 Years With Laika

Tickets for Laika at OSMI are currently on sale, with screenings scheduled for October 15, 2021 through October 31, 2021. But screenings and panels aren't all the studio has to offer — they're going big for this anniversary and offering fans a special close look at the world of Laika. The museum will have a display of puppets and sets from the stunning films, letting fans immerse themselves in the studio's creative process. So if Coraline's Other Mother has been haunting you since childhood (and she definitely has), then come exacerbate your fears by seeing her spider-like body and button eyes up close!

Laika will put its "hero" or main character puppets on display, along with "Kubo and the Two Strings" characters, Moonbeast and Skeleton. Also available are some of the studio's most memorable sets, including:

  • From "Coraline": Coraline's Other Kitchen with Other Mother/Other Father and Beldam's Sewing table.

  • From "ParaNorman": Interior of Norman's Bedroom and Mitch's van with the gang and Zombie judge.

  • From "The Boxtrolls": Sparky's Market tent and Snatcher's Truck

  • From "Kubo and the Two Strings": Kubo's market building

  • From "Missing Link": Sir Lionel's apartment and Adelina's boat cabin

Chief Marketing Officer and SVP of Business Operations David Burke spoke to Laika's excitement about these displays, saying:

"Our studio has a unique approach to filmmaking, enhancing the artisanal stop-motion technique with technological innovations and through installations like this, fans have a chance to see that artistry up close whilst getting some behind-the-scenes details from our filmmakers."

As for fans not able to make it to Oregon this October, Laika previously announced the return of "ParaNorman" to theaters across the country. The film will screen on November 16 at local theaters through Fathom Events. Tickets for "ParaNorman" are already on sale, offering a chance to revisit the adventures of a misunderstood teenage boy who can speak to the dead. Sure, screenings come a little after Halloween, but spooky season doesn't officially end until Christmas, so the "ParaNorman" zombie apocalypse should fit right into your schedule.

The Future Of Laika

Last week, Laika announced exciting news about their upcoming animated feature film "Wildwood," based on the bestselling novel by The Decemberists' frontman, Colin Meloy. Inspired by classic fantasy novels and folktales, the story takes viewers beyond Portland's city limits to Wildwood. There, two seventh graders are drawn into a hidden, magical forest and embark on a wondrous journey to rescue a baby kidnapped by crows. The film has been in development for years now, with Laika having acquired the rights back in 2011.

Along with "Wildwood," Laika is venturing into the world of live-action filmmaking with the development of their action-thriller "Seventeen." Based on screenwriter John Brownlow's ("The Miniaturist," "Sylvia") debut novel of the same name, Laika CEO described the film as "adrenaline-fueled" and packed with "soul."

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