The first trailer for the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald here. The author of Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, the second chapter in the Fantastic Beasts series returns to Europe as the focus shifts to the rivalry between Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) and his fury, the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp), who was captured at the end of the first film with the help of a self-proclaimed magizoologist Newt of the Scamander (Eddie Redmayne).
A new trailer for the trader Grindelwald opens at Hogwarts, and Dumbledore visits some of the ministry’s employees, asking if he has attached Scamander to something.
The sequel was set in the late 1920s and takes place in the UK and Paris, after Scamander published his book “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” Dumbledore enlists his help to prevent Grindelwald, who agrees not to know what he will bring.
The return of the cast to Grindelwald’s Crime includes Tina Goldstein (Katherine Waterston), the love interest of the Auror and Skamananda, Jakob Kowalski (Dan Vogler), WWI veteran and friend Skamander, whose memory was destroyed after the events of the first film were No-Maj, Queenie Goldstein (Alison Sudol), Legilimens and Sister Tina, who is also a love interest for Kowalski and Credence Barebone (Ezra Miller), a brutal adopted child, whom Obscurus caused chaos in the first film.
Zoo Kravitz, who had a cameo like Leta Lestrange in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, will return for a greater role in Grindelwald Crimes.
Other supporting actors include Callum Turner, Carmen Ejogo and Claudia Kim. David Yates returns as a director, running the last four films of Potter. James Newton Howard returns as a composer.
The casting of Depp has been the subject of much controversy and criticism in the light of the more significant social movement # MeToo, triggered by revelations of sexual violence committed by powerful people in Hollywood.
Both Rowling and Yates defended his casting, and the writer meant that fans do not have a full history because of non-disclosure agreements, and the director rejects the statements of Depp’s ex-wife Amber Hurd and suggests that talent justify abuse.