The second Fantastic Beasts film promises to be the most adult Wizarding World film to date.
The second film in JK Rowling and David Yates' Harry Potter prequel series due to arrive 16 November 2018.
Eddie Redmayne on the huge Leavesden set of ‘Fantastic Beasts’ – Credit: Warner Bros. You’d be forgiven for assuming ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them’ had been shot entirely on location in New York. Standing on the meticulously recreated cobbled streets of 1920s New York City, with 3-story brownstone tenements stretching off into the distance and working Model T Fords pootling along the road, it was easy to forget we were stood on the Warner Bros. lot in Leavesden, just a stone’s throw from the Harry Potter Studio Tour, and we weren’t the only ones dazzled by this piece of old-school movie magic.
‘Harry Potter’ fans will get their first look at the series spin-off ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them’ next week when the first trailer is unleashed to the world. The official social media accounts for the movie revealed the so-called “announcement trailer” will be released online on Tuesday 15 December, via the medium of a mini trailer - watch it below. Your first glimpse at #FantasticBeasts will arrive on December 15th. A video posted by Fantastic Beasts Film (@fantasticbeastsmovie) on Dec 10, 2015 at 3:00pm PST The new movie set in JK Rowling’s “Wizarding World” is based in 1920s New York, years before the events of the Potter saga, and tells the story of New Scamander, a magizoologist played by Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne, who must track down the magical beasts of the title when they’re accidentally set free in the Big Apple.
Following the first look at Alexander Skarsgard’s ripped new Tarzan, the first trailer for the reboot of the cinematic staple has arrived. Telling the story backwards, it picks up Skarsgard’s Earl Greystoke in Victorian London, years after his early upbringing by apes in the jungle. Elsewhere, there are roles for Djimon Hounsou as a tribal chief and Samuel L. Jackson as adventurer George Washington Williams.