Sunday, November 4, 2018

'Fantastic Beasts' 2 cast visit Alabama school on Thursday

The cast of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald kicked off their U.S. promo tour is a
special and unique way - by heading to a small middle school in Alabama to pay tribute to the
team of teachers who created Hogwarts-themed classrooms and hallway for their students.
 The cast and Warner Bros. were so impressed that not only did they visit the school to
see the mural, but donated $25,000 to Parkside Junior High School to fund the facility.

Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Zoe Kravitz, Ezra Miller, and Callum Turner surprised
hundreds of students at Parkside Junior High School on Thursday and presented them
with the donation. A few clips from that can be seen here. (source:

Eddie Redmayne: "What your teachers have done here, what the community has done
here, to rally behind this extraordinary school and inspire you guys to do such things,
it has literally blown our minds. So thank you so much for having us."
Jude Law: "It's exciting enough to be a part of a film franchise or world that came from
these books that goes all around the world. We were just in China and saw people
there really embrace it, get so excited by it. To also be in a situation like this, where
it's actually had a real grassroots influence on a community... it's incredibly exciting."

Jacy Douglas ‏ @JacyNoelle: Two pics from the @FantasticBeasts cast visit to
@ParksideJrHigh: Eddie Redmayne seeing our #Hufflepuff entry for the first
time & spotting the Harry Potter books in our library 📚


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