Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald Trailer Is Here!
The Fantastic Beasts 2 trailer is here, and fans are already experiencing nostalgia for the Harry Potter universe.
Click through the slideshow to watch the Fantastic Beasts 2 trailer, find out more about the Fantastic Beasts 2 cast, and learn Fantastic Beasts spoilers!
The Harry Potter prequel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them introduced fans to Newt Scamander, a famous magical zoologist that penned one Hogwart’s best-known textbooks.
Now, the Fantastic Beasts sequel will introduce Dumbledore, and the infamous dark wizard Grindelwald.
Fantastic Beasts Cast
Eddie Redmayne returns to his role of the ever charming Hufflepuff Newt Scamander. After finding some truly fantastic beasts in New York City, he started to run in with the dark wizard Grindelwald, played by the pretty gross Johnny Depp.
Grindelwald wants to conquer the wizarding world, and also get rid of those pesky muggles. Or, as Americans call them, no-maj.
Also rejoining the cast is Katherine Waterson* as Porpetina Goldstein, **Dan Fogler as Newt’s no-maj friend Jacob Kowalski, and Ezra Miller as Credence Barebone.
You can also see the first glimpse of Jude Law as a young Albus Dumbledore in the new trailer!
Fantastic Beasts 2 Trailer
Check out the trailer below!
Fantastic Beasts Spoilers
The Fantastic Beasts sequel will pick up right where the first movie left off — with Grindelwald in custody.
It also appears that Dumbledore will be the one helping lead Newt to defeat the dark wizard.
However, there are rumors that despite writer J.K. Rowling revealing Dumbledore is gay, and supposedly in love with Grindelwald as a young man, there will be no acknowledgment of this relationship in the film.
WHICH BREAKS MY HEART. I want to see Dumbledore in love, even if it’s with an evil wizard. Also, it would make it just that more dramatic if he’s trying to destroy the person he loves most. Oh, man, the fan fiction writes itself, people!
Fantastic Beasts Premiere Date
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is set for release on November 16.