Wiedźmińskie

Siedliszcze

Max Beesley na pierwszym nagraniu z castingu do roli Geralta

Serial Wiedźmin - scenariusz i obsada

Niedawno w Internecie pojawił się pierwszy materiał z castingu do roli Geralta z Rivii. W postać Białego Wilka wcielił się Max Beesley. Aktor, który większemu gronu publiczności jest znany przede wszystkim jako Stephen Huntley z serialu W garniturach. Ponadto zagrał również w takich serialach jak Jamestown, czy Hotel Babylon.

Max Beesley nie jest aktorem o sławie pokroju Henry’ego Cavilla, który ostatnio wyraził chęć zagrania Rzeźnika z Blaviken. Nie jest jednak wiadomym czy twórcy netflixowej produkcji chcą postawić na znane twarze, czy może dać szansę niezupełnie znanym artystom. W Internecie pojawiły się również dwa scenariusze scen odgrywanych podczas castingu do roli Geralta. Warto przypomnieć, iż dialogi pisane na potrzeby castingów są specjalnie przygotowanymi scenami. Dzięki temu scenarzyści unikają jakichkolwiek przecieków dotyczących fabuły serialu, a fani spoilerów.

Scena pierwsza

Man: You are a man of considerable talent.

Geralt: I’m not a man and I’m not that talented.

Man: Don’t underestimate yourself, Witcher.

Geralt: When it comes to work, I estimate my worth quite well. You owe me forty orens.

Man: And fair price that was for taking care of the basilisk.

Geralt: So why isn’t your purse opening instead of your mouth?

Man: Because you caused considerable damage to my town. I’ll deduct the repairs from your bill. Eight orens seems more than fair.

Geralt: Well, what’s to stop me from mounting your head next to the basilisk in the town square?

Man: Your reputation. I did my research on you. They call you a butcher, but you don’t harm humans. Especially not the ones who hire you.

Geralt: There’s always a first time.

Man: I have the power to help rehabilitate your name. Spread the word that you are a rare witcher who can be trusted.

Geralt: How ‘bout you bank your gratitude and pay me in coin.

Man: I’m trying to help you, Witcher. Most of the council sees you as a scourge. Hardly better than the creatures you kill.

Geralt: Those creatures kill because that’s all they can do. You wake up every morning and decide to be a shithead.

Man: Now, now. No need for insults. The next town is so full of soft beds and soft women. Go and enjoy yourself.

Geralt: I’m tired of towns and the people in them. I’m going to spend the night under the stars with the basilisks. And the next one I find, I’m going to spare it.

Man: You have an odd connection with them, don’t you?

Geralt: You misread me. I’m going to spare it so I can wrap it up and deliver it to your bedchamber. Because you’re right: I won’t harm the ones who hire me, but a monster will.


Scena druga

Geralt: If you want out, go.

Yennefer: It’s not that easy.

Geralt: Of course it is. Your shoes are in good shape. That is the path. I’m not keeping you here.

Yennefer: Oh, bullshit. You bound me to you. Not by marriage but by magic.

Geralt: And you’re the magician. Find a way to reverse it.

Yennefer: By the gods, you are an idiot.

Geralt: Well, then maybe we should ask him. I know you’re also with the sorcerer. I smell him every time I get into bed.

Yennefer: Istredd and I have a history.

Geralt: History means in the past.

Yennefer: You sound like some clodding boy from the provinces. Jealousy doesn’t suit you.

Geralt: You don’t suit me, not anymore. Now that’s why I’m trying to rid us both of this curse.

Yennefer: That’s how you see our relationship.

Geralt: Don’t act like this. Is this what you want? So if you want him, I won’t stand in your way.

Yennefer: Oh, as if you could. If I wanted to, I could twitch an eyebrow and send you to Bremervoord.

Geralt: I really miss your sweet pillow talk.

Yennefer: What do you want from me? What, you want me to admit I’m with you, body and spirit, by my choice? Because I am.

Geralt: I know. Me too. With him, at least you have a chance.

Yennefer: At what? He’s as warped as I am.

Geralt: But he’s still—

Yennefer: Don’t.

Geralt: Anything I have from before the mutation—

Yennefer: Stop it.

Geralt: Human emotion. Nah. That died on the vine when they turned me into this.

Yennefer: And yet you love me. So where does that leave us?

Geralt: Together. And cursed.


Jak Waszym zdaniem wypada Max Beesley w roli białowłosego wiedźmina? Podzielcie się opiniami w komentarzach.