As the release of “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets” draws closer, Warner has unveiled a new trailer for the third installment in the saga.
The magic continues
The saga Fantastic Beasts continues with the third opus Dumbledore’s Secrets. After following Norbert Dragonneau on two magical adventures, the character played by Eddie Redmayne comes back. But this time there will be another mythical character from the saga Harry Potter which will be more central to the story. We are obviously talking about Dumbledore. Because as the title indicates, the legendary magician will, for the first time on the screens, reveal his story. We will learn more about his past as he asks Norbert for help to continue the fight against the mighty and terrible Grindelwald.
The antagonist of the film, until then embodied by Johnny Depp, will appear in Fantastic Beasts 3 under the guise of Mads Mikkelsen. At his side, he can count on Ezra Miller, back in Aurelius Dumbledore (a revelation that comes from the end of the second opus). The latter will have the opportunity to face Jude Law who still embodies Dumbledore. Finally, Dan Fogler and Callum Turner return to support Eddie Redmayne along with Jessica Williams, Victoria Yeates, and William Nadylam.
New pictures for Fantastic Beasts 3
The first trailer was unveiled last December. But now a month and a half before the film’s release, promotion is accelerating with a new video (in one article). The opportunity to get a better overview of the spectacle that awaits us always with a host of monsters, new places, and other more familiar ones (Hogwarts, of course, but also the Phoenix).
On the story side, we already knew with the previous film that Grindelwald intended to take control of the wizarding world and start a war against muggles. As can be seen in this promotional video, the atmosphere looks even darker even if touches of humor always bring a little lightness.
Fantastic Beasts 3 will come out in French cinemas on April 13, 2022. As with the previous ones, the film is still directed by David Yates.