Without reservation, J.K. Rowling let loose her beast to extend the world of Harry Potter's witches and wizards in her newest film, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" but it's not a crossover. Generally, this movie will feature a new set of characters than Rowling's Hogwarts, and no, there will not be any Potter people in here.
Surprisingly, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" will be a new whole world of witches and wizards stories from J.K. Rowling, ia spin-off of her ever popular prior movies.
According to Liverpool Echo, Newt Scamander, played by Eddie Redmayne, the narrative will begin somewhere before Harry Potter events in New York, 1926. In particular, he is a magizoologist who is in danger with a No Majs (Muggle) exposure for letting loose some magical beast.
In the course of Newt's adventures, he will find friends, Jacob Kowalski (baker dreamer), Porpentina Goldstein (Savvy Magical Congress of the US Officer) and Queenie Goldstein (Porpentina's Foxy Sister). Together they will delve into the peculiar world of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them".
Actually, Harry Potter can't actually crossover to the film because this was before his time, the story of Scamander is reportedly studied by Harry himself. The plot line of each film is as different as oil and water.
NY Times discussed J.K. Rowling's latest screenplay as, "The new film does not go back to Hogwarts or even take place in Britain. Instead, the thoroughly British series here moves across the Atlantic and back in time to 1926 New York, when the city was driven by many of the same social fault lines of the current political moment, like extreme income inequality and xenophobia. "
In summary, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" will bring the viewers in a world which is more relevant to what's now. It will make them grip their chairs are they course through reality.
The film will be released this on Friday, Nov. 18. Make it sure to catch a fantastic beast yourself.