Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald is turning out to be something extremely unique, promising to tie in the world of the story’s plotline all the more intimately with what we know from the Harry Potter books and movies, including an arrival to Hogwarts and the presence of Jude Law as the youthful Dumbledore. It would appear that people are reacting to the publicity machine, as well, as the forthcoming film has recently been voted into the best spot on Fandango’s rundown of most foreseen fall releases.
In JK Rowling’s script,tou can expect, things are going to venture up a score for Newt Scamander and co. with the escape of infamous dim wizard Gellert Grindelwald, whose depiction by Johnny Depp was witnessed in the end scenes of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The spin-off will clearly observe him assembling new fan following trying to execute a fairly Voldemort-y plan of wizard control over the Muggle world. Venturing into the center of this is Albus Dumbledore, who needs to adjust his sentiments towards Grindelwald with his central goal to stop him at any cost.