Henry Cavill Offers The Perfect Response To Criticism Of His Performance In The Witcher

Henry Cavill who plays Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher has offered the perfect response to people who have criticised his performance in Season 1 of the show.

Honestly, I know there are a lot of people out there who don’t care much for Henry Cavill’s acting ability, but I genuinely believe he’s one of the best action movie stars of our generation.

I think he does on-screen action better than most actors out there.

I would argue that there are only a handful of actors as good as him, and their names are Tom Cruise and Keanu Reeves.

They are the top three as far as I’m concerned, and a good action-scene actor is what The Witcher needed.

I really enjoyed his performance as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher Season 1, yet he still got his critics.

I would actually say he’s the best thing about the show, however, he’s been forced to respond to the people who’ve criticised his take on the character.

Henry Cavill responds to his The Witcher performance critics

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Henry Cavill is perfect as Geralt in The Witcher – Credit: Netflix

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In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Cavill offered the perfect response to the people who didn’t care for his performance in The Witcher:

I think any of those criticisms, they often lie in things like I was saying, we don’t have the advantage of a long involved conversation or dialogue with Geralt, so they are criticisms which I think I was prepared for. So for me, it’s about seeing that, understanding it, and working out how I can do my job better within the framework provided, how to appease and make those people feel comfortable that I do actually understand this character and love this character just as much as they do.

What a class act Henry Cavill is.

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