Monday, July 18, 2016

New pics from Fantastic Beasts - J.K. Rowling finished the screenplay of the second film

Brand new Fantastic Beasts promo of Newt & Tina sneaking around MACUSA
HQ in latest SDCC2016 @EW (X)

New EW photo: Fantastic Beasts "fish-out-of-water story about an Englishman in NY." (x) (x)

Harry Potter author's second 'Beasts' film is already written and takes story in new direction.
Director David Yates said:
“We’ve seen the script for Part 2, for the second movie, which takes the story in a whole new direction – as you
should, you don’t want to repeat yourself. The second movie introduces new characters as she builds this part 
of the Harry Potter universe further. It’s a very interesting development from where we start out. The work is 
pouring out of her.”
For more on Fantastic Beasts, pick up Entertainment Weekly’s new Comic-Con issue, 
on newsstands  and available here. - Poster version of the picture above (via)

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them isn’t holding a stand alone panel (yet), they’re coming as part of the
Warner Brothers Studio Panel, which will be held in Hall H on Saturday July 23rd, from 11:30am-1:30pm
According to SDCC’s Unofficial Blog, David Yates has said he is attending as part of the Warner Brothers panel, 
and is prepping footage from Fantastic Beasts to bring with him.(x)

The latest Argos catalogue was released in the UK on Friday and with comes the first image of the LEGO
Dimensions Story Pack based on the upcoming film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The pack
will be available in November and will feature a Magical Congress of the United States of America-themed
Gateway to add to the LEGO Toy Pad along with a Newt Scamander Minifigure and Niffler gadget. The book
also reveals that Story Packs will retail for £39.99 and will feature a 6 level story campaign to enjoyed based
on their relevant movies.

The race itself, as its name suggests, is 5 kilometers in distance, and remember, you can run or walk that
any way you like! Registration will cost $25, and proceeds will benefit END7, a charity supported by
Fantastic Beasts actor Eddie Redmayne and Harry Potter alumnus Tom Felton! END7 is aimed at providing
vaccines and cures to seven of the world’s most common tropical diseases. With your help, this race could
provide immeasurable medical aid to people and children around the world in need. - Read more
My related post: Charity for health

WSJ: The Second Coming of Harry Potter 
A sold-out play, a new best-seller and a fresh slate of wizardly movies; how J.K. Rowling is cranking back up the magic machine (with video)

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