Fantastic Beasts 3 Star Eddie Redmayne Teases Update on Sequel's Ongoing Production

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
October 17, 2020  11:20 AM


We already know that Fantastic Beasts 3 has finally resumed filming but what exactly is happening as the cast and crew continue with production after COVID-19? Eddie Redmayne has offered an update on the highly anticipated Harry Potter spin-off.

Redmayne was recently a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where he admitted that being back on set felt like "a different world." Nevertheless, he is grateful to get started on the sequel so soon.

"We’re so lucky to be back in work and it’s interesting. Film crews are amazing people and they’re very adaptable people. So, we there's a lot of testing, you know we’re in bubbles and we’re all masked, but it’s been kind of... To begin with, I thought 'How is this going to be?' and it's actually been kind of great. So it’s nice to be back at work and I feel very lucky," Redmayne said.

It's awesome to know that the cast and crew are being careful on the set of Fantastic Beasts 3. Hopefully, this will mean that production can be completed soon so the film will be well on its way to releasing a trailer and will be ready for its premiere next year. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

The official title for Fantastic Beasts 3 has not yet been revealed. However, this could be revealed as soon as the sequel completes production. In the meantime, the film is scheduled for release on November 12, 2021.

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