‘The Witcher’ Season 3 cast and crew have been facing a very busy schedule for the last two weeks as they were shooting in Morocco with Freya Allan in the scorching heat of the Sahara Desert while the other crew was busy filming at Longcross Studios with Henry Cavill and Anya Chalotra in England.
As per reports, the sequel is expected to release in September 2022, also the live-action prelude ‘The Witcher: Blood Origin’ is basically in post-production after two weeks of continuous reshoots and is currently slated to release on Christmas 2022.
‘The Witcher’ Season 3 Wraps Shoot In Morocco
Continuous shooting for two weeks in the Moroccan side of the hot Sahara Desert finally came to an end. It’s a wrap-up finally.
According to reliable sources, the filming took place near the town of Erfoud and featured mainly Freya Allan‘s Ciri because, after a climactic event, Ciri enters an unstable portal and finds herself in the Korath Desert AKA the Frying Pan.
The series is also going to feature two white horses, one of which must be Ihuarraquax – which is a much-awaited unicorn from the ‘Time of Contempt’ book. Ciri meets and bonds with the creature.
Also, Ciri will encounter several things in the desert. In the upcoming season, there’s also her deceased mother Pavetta, played by Gaia Mondadori. Ciri will presumably see a vision or a mirage of sorts as Mondadori confirmed her presence in Morocco earlier this week.
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