And youl’ll soon see that Henry’s sword skills are quite simply breathtaking.— Marc Jobst (@marcjobst1) September 25, 2019
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Jobst worked on The Witcher earlier this year and given his reaction to the new photo, it's pretty clear he got to see Henry's skills in action.
Poland. My new director’s chair. Shoot! FAST! pic.twitter.com/9BgjhDoZ1y— Marc Jobst (@marcjobst1) April 8, 2019
Jobst's comments echo what stuntman Vladimír Furdík recently said about working with Henry, so you know we're in for some kick-ass battle scenes.
As we wait for an official premiere date for the Netflix fantasy series, we also got an update from Sonya Belousova who is working on the score for the show.
Meantime, showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich is reportedly busy working on Season 2 of The Witcher, and on Tuesday she gave props to Declan de Barra, who writes for the show.
Hissrich gave us a lot of details on the characters and the show when we spoke to her at Comic-Con, so make sure you don't miss our write-up.
The anticipation is building for the release of The Witcher and we are bringing you the latest every step of the way!
UPDATE: Jobst has also commented on working with Anya Chalotra who plays Yennefer and Freya Allan who plays Ciri.
She is rise-up-out-of-your-seat good. She brings depth, damage, purpose and fierce determination to the part that is spine tingling.— Marc Jobst (@marcjobst1) September 27, 2019
And exceptional to work with to boot!
Oh my word. She is luminous. Young, fierce, charismatic, with the presence and strength of an old soul.— Marc Jobst (@marcjobst1) September 28, 2019