English actor Henry Cavill shared an adorable photo of himself and his dog as they prepare to leave Yorkshire after filming "The Witcher" in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown.
On November 2, Henry Cavill uploaded a picture of himself holding his dog with a face mask on his Instagram page. The 37-year-old actor captioned the snap:
"England returns to Lockdown on Thursday so it is time for me to depart Yorkshire and The extraordinary North."
Cavill added that he was now heading down to the south to film the remainder of the season in the studio. His character in the series, Geralt Of Rivia, is a monster-hunter known as a "witcher."
"Thank you for hosting all of us on season 2 of The Witcher," the actor wrote. He continued that hopefully, he will return to their "hills, dales and fells soon."
Cavill, most popular for his portrayal of the DC Comics character Superman in the DC Extended Universe, concluded his post by reminding everyone to stay strong and safe.
As reported by Daily Mail, the production of the second series of "The Witcher" resumed back in August after the novel coronavirus pandemic halted filming.
Back in June, the official Twitter account of the hit Polish-American fantasy drama television series announced that the team would reunite on August 17.
Cavill said that it was one of his "dirty-secret hobbies."
There is no announcement yet on when the second series of "The Witcher" will be released. However, Netflix had commissioned the show before the first season had even aired in December 2019.
Produced by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, "The Witcher" is based on the book series of the same name by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. The first season consisted of eight episodes.
In a recent interview with GQ, Cavill shared that amid the COVID-19 lockdown, he tried to bake a cake, which, according to him, was surprisingly good.
However, what lockdown generally gave Cavill was a perfect opportunity to reflect and realize what makes him truly happy. His real happiness turned out to be painting miniature Warhammer models of aliens and supernatural monsters, according to GQ.
Cavill said that it was one of his "dirty-secret hobbies." Aside from baking and painting, lockdown also saw the acclaimed actor build a gaming PC on Instagram.