Yesterday, Netflix released a trailer for the new film The Witcher: Origins, and users are actively disliking it and competing in wit in the comments.
The first teaser, released last month, garnered 149,000 dislikes on YouTube, and with the release of the new trailer, the number of dislikes is more than double that of likes — the video currently has 686 thousand views, 16 thousand likes and 41 thousand dislikes.
According to the official description, the action of the new series takes place 1200 years before the time of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri. And it was a big surprise to see Buttercup in the trailer. It seems that the authors do not give a damn about common sense.
Users in the comments decided to keep up with the writers and compete in wit:
The part where Geralt of Rivendell saved Earth from the Reaper invasion brought tears to my eyes.
I’m totally in awe of the part where Geralt flew his F/A-18 into the core of the mother ship with the missile stuck and saved the Earth. Amazing and brave.
The moment when Galadriel screams “THIS IS SPARTA”, and Gervant puts the ring on his finger and disappears!!! I literally had tears in my eyes, the plot is so true to Sapkowski’s lore.
The part where Gervant says “May the force be with you, Spock” made me cry.
i loved the part where geralt says “”it’s witcherin time” and starts flying his nimbus 2000 while being chased by darth vader’s fleet, really inspiring and courageous moment
The Witcher: Origins will hit Netflix on December 25, 2022. Perhaps the creators began to suspect something and instead of 8 episodes, the prequel will receive only 4.