Things We Saw Today: A First Look at Young Newt Scamander in The Crimes of Grindelwald
Plus Godzilla, Elon Musk, and raging republicans.
Entertainment Weekly has released an exclusive new image of young Newt Scamander (Joshua Shea) and Professor Dumbledore from the upcoming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. The scene is presumably a flashback to the events surrounding Scamander’s expulsion from Hogwarts. As we learned in the first film, Scamander was “kicked out of Hogwarts for endangering human life,” according to Percival Graves (Colin Farrell), which likely had something to do with a magical beast.
New look at a young Newt Scamander being instructed by a youthful Dumbledore. #FantasticBeasts is set to release November 16, 2018
— Harry Potter Facts (@Muggle_Facts) July 12, 2018
We’ll have to wait until November for the full story, when The Crimes of Grindelwald is released in theaters.
(via Entertainment Weekly, image: Warner Bros.)
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