Thue Rasmussen, who was forged to play the position of Eskel in Season 2 of Netflix’s The Witcher, has introduced his departure from the present. Rasmussen cited scheduling conflicts stemming from Covid-19 as the explanation behind his “heartbreaking” resolution.
Rasmussen has now been changed by Swiss actor Basil Eidenbenz (Victoria).
In a be aware on Instagram, Rasmussen thanked followers for his or her help and stated that he’ll now watch The Witcher as a “fanboy.” The be aware reads:
Sadly, because of the rescheduling due to Covid-19, I can’t be portraying Eskel in The Witcher. It’s heartbreaking, in fact, however I principally really feel joyful and grateful for the times I received to spend on set earlier this yr. Everybody was extraordinarily engaged and passionate concerning the venture and it was a really inspiring expertise.
A heartfelt thanks to all of the followers who wrote me beautiful, encouraging messages.
I want everybody on the present better of luck with the remainder of the manufacturing. I’m positive Season 2 can be completely wonderful and now I get to observe it as a fanboy as an alternative of as a Witcher.
Eskel is a Witcher from the Faculty of the Wolf who was taught by Grasp Vesemir at Kaer Morhen. In 1264, he agreed to coach Ciri. The character made an look in CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher III: Wild Hunt.
Following a pause in filming because of the pandemic, The Witcher Season 2 lately re-entered manufacturing and is scheduled for launch someday in 2021. A launch date has but to be introduced.