You’re going to want to watch the thrilling final trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald all the way to the end, J. K. Rowling recently advised. There, Newt Scamander finally comes face to face with his brother. See it below.
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And that’s just the cherry on top for Harry Potter fans. Eddie Redmayne returns as Scamander along with Johnny Depp, Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogler and Ezra Miller (plus Jude Law joining the fun as Albus Dumbledore) in the sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, itself a prequel to the British novelist’s Potter series.
The new preview follows another trailer from July, revealed at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. That event kicked off with an incredible poster for the film that repped the ominous tagline, “The fate of one will change the future of us all.”
Fate aside, we’ve been forewarned to keep our lips sealed until the screen goes black. And if The Crimes Of Grindelwald is anywhere near as exciting as this concluding trailer suggests, we’re signing up for wizarding school.
“There’s a lot in there for you guys,” Rowling said, per Deadline Hollywood. “When you see the trailer, don’t speak to each other until the end because there’s a name you’ll want to hear.” Crimes Of Grindelwald hits theaters Friday, Nov. 16.