Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Characters, Plot And No-spoiler Details Revealed

Posted: Nov 6 2015, 7:18am CST | by , in Latest Movie News


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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Characters, Plot and No-spoiler Details Revealed
Jaap Buitendijk for Entertainment Weekly

J.K. Rowling reveals the American word for Muggles, the plot is under wraps but small details, the characters and behind the scenes photos of the Harry Potter prequel gets the spotlight.

Before it was a book given to Harry, Ron and Hermione bought their copies of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them from Flourish and Blotts and the rest of the world bought the scarlet covered book written by J.K. Rowling for comic relief of the movie, there was the real story behind it.

Not really but J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. are bringing the fictional author Newt Scamander and his discoveries to life on the big screen. Oscar winning actor Eddie Redmayne steps into the shoes of the 20th century magizoologist Newt Scamander.

While J.K. Rowling took the lead this time to write the screenplay for the movie. The revelation stands that the movie will be deviating from the book’s underlying theme. The specifics and the plots are kept undercover and when it comes to Rowling projects, discretions becomes proficient.

What is revealed about the plot as of yet is that Newt would be travelling to America in the movie. He is a wizard who is really odd around the people, hence his interest in magical creature. The 1926 America where Newt is travelling is ever so adverse towards wizards and witches’ presence then ever experienced in UK.

The history of the country with magic e.g. the Salem witch trials does not make the country a favorable place for wizards and witches. At Newt’s arrival, the American Wizarding world is tethering on a thin line.

The plot details also reveal that Newt comes with a case of his creatures that are accidentally let out. Another detail revealed the American word for ‘Muggles’ as ‘No Maj’. Spoken together, the word is respective of American slang.

The magazine cover of Entertainment Weekly features a graphic picture of Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander.

Other cast includes Katherine Waterston as Porpentina "Tina" Goldstein as an ambitious worker at the Magical Congress of the United States of America (aka MACUSA, the U.S. version of the Ministry of Magic) who meets Newt. Tina is relegated to an office well below her abilities after she stood up for the wrong person. She longs to fight for what's right.

Alison Sudol as Queenie Goldstein as Tina's younger sister and roommate, a big-hearted free-spirit "legilimens" who can read minds.

Dan Fogler as Jacob Kowalski; an optimistic No-Maj (aka Muggle) factory worker/aspiring baker who gets introduced to the wizarding world when he meets Newt.

Colin Farrell as Graves; a powerful Auror and the right-hand man of the American wizarding world's president.

Samantha Morton as Mary Lou, the narrow-minded leader of the fanatical Second Salemers, a group looking to expose and destroy wizards and witches.

Playing her adopted son is Ezra Miller as Credence.

So the movie is anxiously being waited for as the Harry Potter fans are once more interested to find out more of the wizarding world from another realm.

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