In an effort to thwart Grindelwald's plans of raising pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings, Albus Dumbledore enlists his former student Newt Scamander, who agrees to help, though he's unaware of the dangers that lie ahead. Lines are drawn as love and loyalty are tested, even among the truest friends and family, in an increasingly divided wizarding world.Written by
The statue at the entrance to magical Paris in Montmartre is based on a real statue at the Paris Opéra house. See more »
Nagini was introduced in a show as an animal from Indonesia, even though Indonesia became independent only in 1945. In 1927 it was generally known as East Indies. However, the name Indonesia has actually been known since the 18th century, especially in academic circles. In late 19th century it was popularized in Adolf Bastian's book, and by 1920's it was known well enough (at least outside of Netherlands) to explain its use in the context of this movie. See more »
[to Picquery; about Grindelwald]
... you'll be glad to get rid of him, I expect.
We'd be more than happy to keep him here in custody.
Six months are enough. It's time for him to answer for his crimes in Europe.
[meets them at Grindelwald's door]
President Picquery, Mr. Spielman, sir. Prisoner is secured and ready to travel.
[peers into the cell with Picquery]
You've thrown everything at him, I see.
It was necessary. He's extremely powerful. We've had to change his guard three times - he's ...
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An extended cut runs ~7 minutes longer. See more »
Where are the fantastic beasts? What are the crimes of Grindelwald? This is not magic, it's CGI. It lost that essential taste of friendship and bond between characters within magical context of the original HP series.
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