The upcoming Netflix series, The Witcher based on the original Andrzej Sapkowski's novels-turned-video games, does not have a definite 2019 release date yet, but we do not know Henry Cavill is putting the Superman cape to the side for now as he takes on the lead role. Directors, cast, workouts, and more-we're getting more glimpses into what we can expect when The Witcher finally strikes.
Cavill, who stars as The Witcher, a.k.a. Geralt of Rivia, who has recently been given a shocking shot for his new role, recently taken to Instagram, Man of Steel self, posted by trainer Dave Rienzi.
@HenryCavill for key scenes in the forthcoming @Netflix series #TheWitcher. He's currently working on a grueling shoot schedule working French hours (12+ hour's days -no lunch breaks) plus an additional 2 hours for hair and make up prep. His 110% commitment is no joke. Thank you to Adam @FlexgymBudapest where this Superman statue now lives. #RienziStrength
A big gamer, Cavill has been in Witcher mode for quite some time and even finished playing Witcher 3 to prep for the series. Mr. Olympia Phil Heath.
[This is a translation from German to English] Geralt, Rienzi-The Rock's personal trainer-is bulking.
The journey continues. Thank you to Mr Dave Rienzi for being such a wonderful guide. My physical journey over the years has been an interesting one, with plenty of pitfalls and plenty of moments of reward. I've been thinking about it a lot recently and I've been fortunate to work with some fantastic minds. I'm thankful to them all. Recently I've been exploring some of the big players in bodybuilding, both from the past and the present. It's absolutely fascinating to see what they are doing through it. Phil Heath in particular has not caught his eye on his achievements but his genuinely humble and informative approach to his messaging. All this while being a 7x Mr Olympia. If you have not checked out his page it's a peek. @DaveRienzi @PhilHeath #GymStuff