Here is your WotOnPrime weekly update:
- Site announcement: our team grew, we’re very flaming happy about this!
- Production: TheDailyTrolloc has a photo from a location that looks like the Blight or the Waste. There was filming most of last week that we knew about, and there will be filming the week of September 28th, more on that later in the week. We’ve put together a major milestone show/production timeline here.
- Casting: Redanian Intelligence is reporting that Michael D’Cruze will play “Zahir”. In the same story, they also uncovered three audition tapes for the role of Liandrin. Weekly Wheel News uncovered a fourth tape. All videos have since been taken down due to copyright complaint by Amazon to Vimeo. We took a stab at transcribing the videos here. More Tapes: our team uncovered an Egwene audition tape which offers some new info. It was also taken down. WotUp covers the audition tapes here. The Dusty Wheel went live to discuss and unpack all the audition tapes.
- Cast and crew news: Daniel Henney adopts a rescue dog (you’ll need tissues). In a Youtube interview Rosamund Pike answers a WoT question. The Dragon is working out. September 24th was Kate Fleetwood’s (Liandrin) Name Day, and September 25th was Maria Doyle Kennedy’s (Ila) Name Day. HBD Kate and Maria! Pretty photos of Prague from Hammed Animashaun (Loial) and Ciaran Donnelly (Director).
Talk’aran’rhiod re-imagines Demandred’s visit to Shayol Ghul with Gilbert Gottfried as the Dark One (yes, that Gilbert)! This will be the best 6 minutes you’ll spend all week. The Dusty Wheel covers Madeleine Madden playing Egwene. Nae’blis gives us The One Power missed opportunities. The Wheel of Time Community Show and Lezbi Nerdy both talk The Wheel of Time covers. We have a Wheel of Time book tag with riddhima. Unravelling The Pattern covers the First Moment & First Age. And @GeekyEri makes her debut on The Dusty Wheel in an episode covering Season 1 news and leaks.
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The week weaves as the Wheel wills. See you next week.