Henry Cavill Breaks Silence After The Witcher Season 2 Production Halt Due to COVID-19

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There is little doubt that fans are concerned about Henry Cavill now that it has been announced that filming for The Witcher Season 2 is on hold due to COVID-19. Luckily, the Justice League star has finally posted on social media again.

Cavill posted a photo of himself on his official Instagram account along with a lengthy caption. Check it out below.

Interestingly, Cavill's post is actually the war poem In Flanders Fields by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae. It was written during the First World War and pays tribute to McCrae's friend Lt. Alexis Helmer who was killed during the battle.


Cavill shared the poem to pay tribute to Remembrance Sunday. It is held in the United Kingdom to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military in the World Wars and later conflicts. Remembrance Sunday is held on the second Sunday in November.

Although Cavill didn't offer any comments about The Witcher Season 2 being put on hold, it is still great to see that the actor is staying safe and will remembering to commemorate the special day. Hopefully, Cavill and the rest of the cast and crew of the Netflix series will be able to resume production safely.

It was previously reported that filming on The Witcher Season 2 had to be halted immediately when four crew members tested positive for COVID-19. Although the affected crew were quickly put in isolation, the production had to be put on hold for safety measures. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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