A report alleges that Mark Hamill was offered the role of Vesemir in the Netflix adaptation of The Witcher, but the result of the conversation is unknown (through We Got This Covered).
The publication claims that it obtained this information from the same sources that provided information about the Transformers restart and the sequel to Aladdin. Both were in the money, of course, but three is a magic number, and it is vital that we take this revelation with a pinch of salt.
Many people are interested in the dear actor putting on a wolf medallion and taking the swords, and the prolific requesting even returned to Hamill himself.
Could the actor be taken to the animated movie "Nightmare of the Wolf"? That follows a young Vesemir while dealing with "a new threat facing the continent" at the beginning of his journey as a sorcerer. However, it is not likely. Theo James plays Vesemir on the show, although you only hear his voice when he meets Geralt. James has credits in Castlevania and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, and it is imaginable that Netflix kept him to play Vesemir in the animated film.
In any case, we will have to turn our thumbs until we receive official news from Netflix. "The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf" is scheduled to be released before the second season of The Witcher, which is an indirect way of saying "before 2021". Filming began for the second season of the live action show and took the team to the Czech Republic, Scotland, Slovakia and Surrey.