In The Witcher, Henry Cavill plays Geralt of Rivera very well. It's hard to find fans who don't appreciate someone who's as in love with the source material as they are. This does not mean, however, that you should copy the more offensive aspects of The Witcher.
I am, of course, referring to throwing coins at your Witcher.
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It seems like all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Henry Cavill explained that it's not a funny homage—don't throw coins at him. When asked if anyone has thrown coins at him, Cavill answered:
"No one yet but, I mean, watch this face, and also, don't throw anything at me—I'll throw it back."
Despite making jokes about the Witcher, Henry Cavill confirms that he owns swords. Cavill keeps the blades in his study for this reason:
"I mean, the thing is, it is tempting for anyone who sees them to start swinging them around and you just end up with all sort of broken s*** in the house."
This and more came from his interview with BBC Radio.
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