Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Trailer Comes Out Tomorrow

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Sure Harry Potter's story may have ended already, but J.K. Rowling and WB have found a way to bring us back to the Wizarding World with the Fantastic Beasts franchise. The sequel is set to come out later this year, and WB has announced when we're going to get the trailer.


If you can't watch the video, the trailer is confirmed to come out tomorrow March 13. Based on the title alone, we'll be following more on the story of Johnny Depp's Grindelwald and how he basically became the precursor to Wizard Hitler Lord Voldemort. This movie will also introduce us to a young Albus Dumbledore who will be played by Jude Law.

Besides that, Newt and the rest of his gang are back. Once again we'll be hanging out with the Goldstein sisters Tina and Queenie, as well as everyone's favorite muggle/no-maj, Jacob Kowalski. We'll also be delving more into Newt's history as well, meeting his brother Theseus as well as his fiancé Leta Lestrange.

Though I think the movie was a fine extension of the Wizarding World, I thought Fantastic Beasts was a tad forgettable. Some part of me wishes that instead of building a Fantastic Beasts franchise, WB just made a series of anthology Potter movies based on the books within the books. Who wouldn't want to watch Quidditch Through the Ages or Magical Me by Gilderoy Lockhart?

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald comes out Nov. 16.

See Also: Fantastic Beasts 2: Dumbledore's Sexuality Won't Be 'Explicitly' Referenced