What Proves That Henry Cavill Took Steroids For The Witcher?

Henry Cavill Took Steroids For The Witcher

Men’s Health revealed that Henry Cavill had done a lot of work for his role as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher.

According to the magazine, he is not only training hard but also complying with the low-carb diet, which is basically just eating meat.

However, what proves that Henry Cavill took steroids for The Witcher?

Well, maybe it’s because Men’s Health added two pictures from different times from their own collections, and it seems like both of them have been photoshopped to imply the clarity of him getting shredded. In this case, some people guess that he did take something to achieve such a drastic change within a short time period. However, you can also see it as him being an example of somebody who hits the gym several times a week and is consistent with his diet.

The Witcher is an upcoming American-British fantasy drama television series. It was ordered by Netflix in May 2017, with eight episodes, and is scheduled to air on. The series is based on the book of the same name by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.

Henry Cavill stars as Geralt of Rivia, Freya Allan as Ciri, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer, Jodhi May as Queen Calanthe, and Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson as Eist. Other cast members include Adam Levy (Henselt), MyAnna Buring (Tissaia), Mimi Ndiweni (Francesca), and Therica Wilson-Read (Princess Renfri).

So, what do you think about Henry Cavill taking steroids for The Witcher? Leave your opinion in the comment section below.

Now he got worldwide fame for playing Superman in the DC Extended Universe, beginning with the role of Clark Kent / Superman in Man of Steel (2013), which spawned an upcoming sequel. Cavill went on to star in lead roles in The Cold Light of Day (2012), Immortals (2011), The Tudors (2007–2010), and Blood Creek (2009). He has also appeared in five film adaptations of novels by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: WB’s The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), along with the two Counterparts episodes “The Borderland” and “In Extremis” from 2017.