The production of ‘The Witcher’ witnessed how the protagonist of the series had an accident during the recordings, causing activities to be suspended until he recovered. Still, no one from the project said anything about it until this Thursday, January 7, 2021, when Henry Cavill spoke of his leg injury, through his social networks.
As the British government announced its third quarantine in the United Kingdom due to the coronavirus pandemic, the actor used his Instagram account for a selfie with a mask in the middle of a park where he wrote a message about being physically recovering and from the extra pounds she gained at Christmas and New Years dinners.
“We are locked up here in the UK, so I’m using my outdoor workout once a day to do my first jog since my hamstring injury. (More on that later) It wasn’t fast, and it was undoubtedly a long way off, but it has been an essential step in my recovery and my first step in getting back into the groove after a Christmas that may have involved more than a few glasses of mulled wine and an exceptionally fat turkey, “he wrote,
Although Henry Cavill spoke of his hamstring injury he did not give more information on the matter, but it is known that these types of damages do not need surgeries, they only rest for a long time. However, it can worsen the muscle if recovery is accelerated because the recordings will have to wait a little longer.
Currently, the future of the series is unknown, since there is no current release date for the second season of ‘The Witcher’. The actor’s injury could delay more launch, which was expected to arrive during 2021 although now it seems to be more difficult.