Saturday, June 2, 2018

Fantastic Beasts News - Cast selfies during filming of The Crimes Of Grindelwald

Thanks to  @FBAWTFTmovie on Twitter for the new cast photos 
from the set of  the second Fantastic Beasts movie. (x)

Wolf Roth (Spielman) & Eddie Redmayne (Newt Scamander)

 (L to R): Derek Riddell (Travers), Callum Turner (Theseus Scamander),
Cornell John (Arnold Guzman), Wolf Roth (Spielman)

In a recent interview for Metro Katherine Waterston insisted that J.K. Rowling has
done a wonderful job of growing and changing the characters...“Tina is still there
trying to get things sorted. It was so much fun. J.K. Rowling is doing a wonderful job
of allowing the characters to grow and change. And Tina definitely gets to do that in
this installment. She’s more assured and tougher and she has kind of got her groove
back at work, which is where we have left her at the end of the first.” (via)

The cover for the second Fantastic Beasts screenplay, written by J.K. Rowling, 
is here, adorned with illustrations and clues that hint at the second film’s story.

When Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald hits cinemas on 16 November,
the new film will once again be accompanied by the publication of the original
screenplay, written by J.K. Rowling. Pottermore revealed this week the cover
for the screenplay, which will be published in the UK by Little, Brown;
in the US and Canada by Scholastic; and in the French language by Gallimard.
The UK and US editions will be released 16 November, while the French
edition will come out the day before. Along with the print editions,
Pottermore will be releasing digital versions of the books for all markets too.
The cover has been created by MinaLima, the graphic design team behind the
Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.

Read more about the cover design and easter eggs here

You can pre-order your copy of the screenplay for the US and the UK now.

J.K. Rowling recently revealed that she has already begun writing 
the screenplay for the third Fantastic Beasts movie. (via)

"The thing with movies is, however frustrated you get with the screenwriting process,
and right at the moment when you think ‘never again, this is too hard’, you go down
to the film set and join in with one big glorious game of pretend, with the world’s
best pretenders saying your words, and dressing out of the most fabulous dressing up
box, and what with the lights and the smoke and the music you’re suddenly in love
with the process all over again."

“Crimes of Grindelwald” Trailer Nominated for Golden Trailer Award!
The trailer has been nominated in the Best Fantasy Adventure category,
competing against Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Thor: Ragnarok,
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Solo: A Star Wars Story. (source: EW)
on 31th May
Read more here

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