WiC Weekly: October 30-November 5

The Witcher season 2. Image courtesy Jay Maidment, Netflix
The Witcher season 2. Image courtesy Jay Maidment, Netflix /

We sort through the aftermath of Henry Cavill’s surprise departure from The Witcher, celebrate the return of The Sandman, and more!

It’s time for another round of WiC Weekly, where we go over the latest news from the worlds of fantasy, sci-fi, movies and TV. First up, it was a very House of the Dragon Halloween:

“The book was better.” When is a change to source material “legitimate” and when is it stupid? George R.R. Martin and Neil Gaiman talk it through.

After fighting to be cast as Geralt of Rivia and reiterating his commitment to making the full show, Henry Cavill is leaving The Witcher. What changed?

There are a lot of big moments to come on House of the Dragon, but Fire & Blood author George R.R. Martin is looking forward to one in particular.

The prodigal Sandman returns!

George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series is told through via viewpoint characters, and walking in their shoes is easier for some than others:

Circling back to Henry Cavill, now that his time is about to free up, we have some ideas about how he could use it:

The future of Star Wars movies has been in limbo for a while. According to a new report, it’s resulted in a “culture of fear and indecision” at Lucasfilm.

Joseph Quinn (Eddie Munson on Stranger Things), Lee Jung-jae (Seong Gi-hun on Squid Game), and Emma D’Arcy from House of the Dragon are among GQ’s Men of the Year honorees.

The good definitely outweighs the bad in the first season of House of the Dragon, but we can still find some stuff to whine about:

Stick around all week for more news, editorials and more!

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