On the off chance that you focused in the current week’s new – and last – trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, you may have seen that it uncovered that one of the characters has a noteworthy association with Voldemort. At a certain point, Ezra Miller’s Credence Barebones considers the name of Claudia Kim’s bazaar lady – “Nagini.” Put this together with the way that she changes into a snake after this and fans may have the capacity to work out what’s happening here.
Truly, Kim’s playing Nagini, whom we’ve already known as the faithful and horrible pet of Lord Voldemort. In The Deathly Hallows it’s uncovered that Nagini’s a horcrux, yet it was never proposed that she was really an individual. That sort of makes it more lamentable when Neville executes her with the Sword of Gryffindor.
Since the feline – or wind, for this situation – is out of the pack, Kim’s opened up to EW about what we can anticipate from this fascinating new interpretation of a great Harry Potter character. For one thing, the Avengers: Age of Ultron performing artist uncovered that the human Nagini is a long way from the malevolent worker we’re acquainted with.
“It will be so interesting to see another side of Nagini. You’ve only seen her as a Horcrux. In this, she’s a wonderful and vulnerable woman who wants to live. She wants to stay a human being and I think that’s a wonderful contrast to the character.”
“She does feel sometimes it’s not controllable. She is bound to [permanently] transform at some point to a beast so she feels this pressure that the clock is ticking.”
“She has powers that are yet to be explored. I can’t confirm she has powers like wizards have. And she doesn’t have a wand.”
“Sometimes I introduce myself as ‘Credence’s only friend. It’s amazing these two broken souls are able to form some kind of friendship within the circus. Credence is special to her because he encourages her to use her power.”
With the film being the most anticipated, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is bound to clean up at the box office.