Henry Cavill Hypnotized The Witcher Star Anya Chalotra – Yennefer Actress ‘Just Knew’ How Perfect He is for the Role

Henry Cavill Hypnotized The Witcher Star Anya Chalotra
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In the past, there was a time when fans were demanding to see Henry Cavill anywhere and everywhere they could, and all the major studios and production companies were quick to comply with these requests. Thus, mixed with the support of his fans as well as his talent to play a role to perfection, he became the face of one of Netflix’s top-grossing web series The Witcher, where he inhabited the character of Geralt of Rivia like it was his own shadow.

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Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher
Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher

But as fate would have it, the star faced some major complications, which lead him to not only leave his role as the monster hunter from the series but also cost him his legacy as the Man Of Steel that he played the role of in the former DCEU. Thus, many of his fans are furious with these decisions, voicing their displeasure to both Netflix and WB Discovery. And now, one of his co-stars from his web series has finally revealed what she felt about the actor when they were on set together.

Anya Chalotra Reveals How Henry Cavill Instantly Became The Perfect Geralt Of Rivia For Her

Henry Cavill and Anya Chalotra as Geralt and Yennefer in The Witcher
Henry Cavill and Anya Chalotra as Geralt and Yennefer in The Witcher

It’s no surprise when stars who have worked with Henry Cavill in the past sing praises about how genuine and caring The Tudors actor is and how easy and fun it is to work with him. Being a true British gentleman, he upholds the chivalry of a proper man, which is also one of the factors why fans love him so much. And so, Anya Chalotra, the actress who plays the role of Yennefer of Vengerberg in The Witcher, also had to say similar things about him.

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After working with Cavill for two amazing seasons of the series, people were curious to know what the Wanderlust star thought about him. And during one of her interviews with Elle Australia, she replied to these questions, saying that he was a really thoughtful individual who is always enthusiastic about his work, and that serves as an inspiration to all his co-stars, while also being considerate enough during explicit scenes that they have to perform together as Yennefer also serves as Geralt’s love interest. She said:

“[Henry] is lovely! He’s a very sweet man—and the best person I could have worked with in this role – the enthusiasm and love he brings for The Witcher is always inspiring.”

Along with this, Chalotra also revealed that their on-screen chemistry was so good that the showrunners didn’t hesitate to immediately cast them together as the main characters of the show.

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What To Expect From The Witcher 3?

Henry Cavill exited from The Witcher
Henry Cavill exited from The Witcher

With Cavill’s departure from the show, the future of The Witcher has its future hanging in the balance. Netflix has confirmed that the third season of the show will be his last appearance as Geralt of Rivia, which will reportedly bring Liam Hemsworth into the show as the new face of the monster hunter to continue the series forward. Thus, season 3 will also see the development of Geralt’s and Yennefer’s love story.

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