Full Comic-Con Trailer for 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald'


But Newt might regret not desiring a more simple life, as the trailer reveals that Dumbeldore now wants him to help stop Grindelwald from destroying the Wizarding World as we know it.

Apparently, Newt is scared most of a... table.

But the movie has sparked controversy over the continued casting of Johnny Depp despite domestic violence allegations from his ex-wife Amber Heard, and because Dumbledore won't be "explicitly" gay.

Opening at Hogwarts School Of Witchcraft And Wizardry, the audience are given a glimpse at young Newt attending a Defence Against The Dark Arts class with none other than Professor Dumbeldore.

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Like Eddie Redmayne promised, the trailer is dark and focuses on how Grindelwald will wage a war against the obscurity the witches and wizards have to live in.

"Magic grooms only in rare souls, still we must skulk in the shadows", narrates Grindelwald. But the old ways serve us no longer'. Harry Potter fans were already pretty hyped for the sequel, but the Hall H panel along with the tease of Flamel and the true evil powers of Grindelwald have sent some fans into insane excitement. We see the Niffler again (still collecting those shiny coins), and Newt being guided by Dumbledore. "You are too good Newt". It's also nice to go back into a fully realized, detailed world of creatures and magic everywhere.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald stars Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander, Jude Law as Albus Dumbledore, Dan Fogler as Jacob Kowalski, and Ezra Miller as Credence Barebone along with Johnny Depp as the aforementioned Gellert Grindelwald and Brontis Jodorowsky as alchemist Nicolas Flamel. The film will land in theatres on November 16, 2018! Lines are drawn as love and loyalty are tested, even among the truest friends and family, in an increasingly divided wizarding world.

Rowling said the stories "deeply concerned" her at the time, while Depp was filming his small part in the first film and that she and director David Yates did consider recasting the role for the sequel.