Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them first ever trailer debuts making Eddie Redmayne nervous for the Wizarding World’s expectations.
True that there is no Wizarding World but there is an entire fandom who proudly identify themselves as the Wizarding World. Even after the Harry Potter franchise has ended both in books and movies, the fandom lives on, to quote Severus Snape ‘Always’.
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Luckily, J. K. Rowling kept the morale of her fans by writing books in comic relief and fans could not have been happier when they heard that her book written in comic relief, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was being adapted into a movie franchise starring British Oscar winner, Eddie Redmayne as the magizoologist, Newt Scamander.
Warner Bros. collaborated with the author and the movie tells the tale of socially awkward and shy Newt travelling to a 1920’s wizphobic America where his valise accidentally lets loose some of the beasts it had been housing in their habitat enabled by an Undetectable Extension Charm.
The first ever trailer was recently released in which we get a glimpse of the American Ministry of Magic where the wizarding community is fearful that magical beasts have been released in the city.
We get a glimpse of Eddie as Newt in a mustard suit and a blue coat with a bow. He opens his valise to check on his beasts and to the horror of his American ally Porpentina "Tina" Goldstein (Katherine Waterston) that the valise was open. He assures her that it was open ‘just a smidge’.
Now Newt must embark on a journey in the Big Apple to recover his beasts and fight the New Salem Philanthropic Society, a sinister group out to kill wizards and witches, led by Mary Lou (Samantha Morton). The film is being directed by Harry Potter veteran David Yates and also stars Ezra Miller and Colin Farrell.
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Watch below the first trailer of Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.