After “Superman”, Henry Cavill is now enjoying international success in the Netflix series “The Witcher”. But behind the camera, the superhero struggles with human problems that he needs help with. Fans know him as Superman and for a year now as the magician Geralt of Rivia from the Netflix series “The Witcher.”
Anyone who has ever dealt with the actor behind the iconic roles knows Henry Cavill. The actor is a funny guy in his private life. He likes computer games, describes himself as a nerd, and really always has a smile on his face.
Totally likeable, but behind his cute rascal laugh and the bright blue eyes are slumbering little monsters that bother the star psychologically. Little monsters that each of us knows only too well!
Everyday Problem: Cavill Deals With Stress
Stress, appointments, and pressure to succeed in an actor’s job are not easy. And it’s not surprising when the people behind the significant roles break down at these challenges. Henry Cavill also knows those dire moments when everything becomes too much, or everything goes wrong: “I try to concentrate on what I can influence,” says the “Witcher” star, “Working on it gives me a goal . I let everything else come to me.”
His Best Friend Gives Him Strength
And because Henry is Henry, he has a very special friend who helps him through difficult phases: his dog, ‘Kal’, a pitch-black American Akita male. “He’s my very best friend,” the actor confessed in an interview with Lorraine, “I have him with me everywhere. He is now eight and has saved me emotionally and psychologically a lot . He is the most important thing to me. We have a very strong connection.”
The Witcher Season 2: When Is It Releasing?
The actor will be now seen in the upcoming Season 2 of Netflix’s fantasy-drama ‘The Witcher.’ The show is one of the most anticipated arrivals of 2021, and it will make its way to Netflix on December 17, 2021. As reported, the second season’s storyline will revolve around our beloved Geralt’s attempt to keep Ciri safe as they have now met.
The show stars Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer of Vengerberg, and Freya Allan as Ciri. The new additions in the cast include Kim Bodnia (Killing Eve) as Vesemir and Kristofer Hivju as Nivellen. The second season will be a thrilling roller-coaster ride for the fans and viewers, and it’s time for you to mark the date of your calendar, December 17 2021.