The Witcher Re-Imagined With Henry Cavill As Geralt Of Rivia
Henry Cavill recently expressed an interest in playing Geralt of Rivia from the popular video game franchise “The Witcher” for the upcoming Netflix series, now the talented creator Bosslogic has brought fans his interpretation of Cavill in the role of Geralt to life in new movie poster art.
Cavill certainly isn’t an actor that many would think of when it comes to Geralt. Many fans are assuming the actor playing the character in the upcoming Witcher Netflix series will be an older, grizzled one such as Mads Mikkelsen or Anson Mount. Others are are hoping for Maul Cosplay, who’s done a brilliant job with his own work as cosplaying the infamous Witcher. This Henry Cavill interpretation from Bosslogic however is impressive enough to possibly sway some hesitant minds:
Bosslogic has crafted a great deal of art re-imagining characters from various gaming franchises with the use of highly popular celebrities. These include renditions such as Black Panther wearing a LeBron James jersey, Kate Beckinsale as Catwoman, or Christian Bale and Chris Evans as Snake from Metal Gear Solid. If you’d like to see these impressive re-imagining of characters and more from the artist, check out his Instagram here.
With the casting for the coming Netflix series underway, it’s only a matter of time before fans find out who’s going to play who. Are there any actors or actresses you hope to see in a role for the upcoming Witcher Netflix series? Let us know your thoughts on Bosslogic’s interpretation of Henry Cavill as Geralt in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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