Directed by Harry Potter veteran David Yates, Crimes is the second installment in Fantastic Beasts' five-film franchise, and it will focus on Dumbledore (who, in this time period, is still just a professor at Hogwarts) fighting alongside Scamander, his former student, to defeat Grindelwald. There are plenty more reviews still to be counted, so expect that Tomatometer score to chop and change over the course of the weekend.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald follows on from the events of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, with the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) captured by MACUSA (Magical Congress of the United States of America), at the end of the first instalment. "There are so many connections between characters and storylines, past and present, and so many secrets yet to be revealed", Law teased at the beginning of the video.
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This, in turn, would mean that she graduated Hogwarts in 1954 - and, assuming she wouldn't have had to redo any years, she would have started Hogwarts in 1947. "As an adult. Shouldn't she not even be born?"
The movie is set to feature another Hogwarts teacher with Jude Law playing a young Dumbledore.
In Crimes of Grindelwald, Ezra returns as the mysterious Credence Barebone, an Obscurus who was forced to repress his magic at a young age.
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It picks up where the first film left off, with the character of Newt Scamander meeting wizards and magical creatures in NY.
There were a lot of reactions, but one thread kept recurring.
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"I hope we don't lose on Sunday or not this derby or the following derby". "I didn't offend anyone at the end", he said . Asked if he would have reacted like Mourinho, Allegri replied: "No, I leave the pitch immediately to avoid reacting".