Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them sequel in development

Andrew Cummings
August 8, 2016

Also starring Katherine Waterston, Samantha Morton, Dan Fogler and Colin Farrell, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them can be found in cinemas on November 18. It is known that the second film in the series will touch the darker side of the wizarding world, as the screenwriting has already finished. It is actually meant to be an in-universe textbook that Harry Potter purchases for his first year at Hogwarts.

Rowling also penned a Fantastic Beasts book for Comic Relief in 2001, presenting it as if it was an actual school textbook.

Last week, Barnes & Noble said the script book was the US retail book sellers' most pre-ordered book since "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows".

One can not help but think that the movie based on the book from a book will be quite different from its textbook source material. The lead role is played by Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne, and the action takes place decades before Harry Potter is born. The trailer seems to imply that these Fantastic Beasts mentioned in the title came to America via suitcase because.magic. These are the things we've always wondered about as Potterheads, and seeing that they lived as happily ever after as anyone could reasonably expect is just as much motivation as spending time with them for four hours, one last time.

August 04, 2016 by Harry Potter fans will be thrilled to find out that Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them already has a sequel in the works, despite the first film not being released for another three months.

He said: "I suppose I'd go with the first".

Before its release, Barnes & Noble said Cursed Child was the most pre-ordered book since Deathly Hallows. Most of the cast is expected to return for the 2018 untitled sequel of the "Fantastic Beasts" trilogy.

There's no chance that the first film won't be a huge hit, coming at a time when Potter fans have been starved of big screen releases for years and fresh from the hype of the stageplay The Cursed Child.

When the premiere of the play was on, J. K. Rowling was asked if she's bringing a new era of the stories to the public with The Cursed Child.

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