JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
To be released in November 2016, the movie is actually not a prequel of any of the adapted JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books. But in spite of, readers are still curious and want to see more of the wizarding world of the author of the famous Harry Potter series. The film is set in America in 1926 which add more excitement to the fans.
The idea of freckled Eddie Redmayne hurdling all over the place as magizoologist, or one that knows everything about the magical creatures Muggles definitely adds enchantment.
Here is a teaser clip of JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them:
The author and even the people that have worked with Potter films – producer David Heyman and four-time Potter director David Yates have done great with little details in the past Potter films. Fantastic Beasts provides a chance to show what it’s like to see the world outside of Hogwarts and the UK. Rowling has hinted about the ancient American wizarding culture. In Harry Potter movies, non-wizarding folk are called Muggle while in Fantastic Beasts, they are referred to as “no-maj”. The school will not be seen in the film but definitely, its alumni will be telling more about it. In the trailer, the Magical Congress of the United States of America is visible. This is America’s version of the British Minitistry of Magic. Reddit user Yorkton noticed that the official logo of the MCUSA is made special with the presence of American symbols such as an eagle, stars and the stripes.
Definitely, you can expect more unfamiliar scenes in this film. JK Rowling has made this wizarding world the same way she made the British version spectacular.