Warner Brothers just dropped a trailer for their next big epic from the Wizarding World of J.K. Rowling and it looks bewitching.
The trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald a sequel to 2016's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them gives the audience a quick peek at much younger Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) whilst only in class at Hogwarts and an even younger self of the renowned wizard Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) as his professor. In a movie set once again in a time much before that of the Harry Potter days.
We later see Mr. Scamander working under the guidance of Dumbledore as they collaborate to track down the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp). Grindelwald is definitely not a new name in the infamous Harry Potter Lore as any potter head might tell you, in fact, there have been numerous references to his name and reign as a powerful dark wizard throughout the Harry Potter series and even a quick snippet from the Deathly Hallows part 1 where Voldemort is shown to pay a visit to Grindelwald in his highly guarded prison cell at Azkaban.
Nevertheless, the much younger and freer Grindelwald shown seems to be working towards gaining power within the wizarding world, while delivering a speech to other wizards, showing a rising discontent among them for being hidden among the shadows of the muggle world.
The trailer also drops hints about its new location of affairs and it seems like it is none other than the culturally rich city and streets of Paris!
All in all since the movie is from the meticulously crafted Wizarding World of Harry Potter and a sequel of fantastic beasts there is no lack of magical critters, electrifying wizarding feuds and breathtaking action which is further complemented by a reinvigorated Soundtrack from that of the Harry Potter series, which is bound to give any fan the bumps!
The movie is set to be released in November of this year and hopefully, make waves for Potter-heads and every other fan indeed.
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