Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Fantastic Beasts European premiere in Paris

Fantastic Beasts European premiere in Paris

Directed by Harry Potter veteran David Yates, Crimes is the second installment in Fantastic Beasts' five-film franchise, and it will focus on Dumbledore (who, in this time period, is still just a professor at Hogwarts) fighting alongside Scamander, his former student, to defeat Grindelwald.

Based off of the fifth book, The Order of the Phoenix, fans have worked out that Professor McGonagall was born in 1935.

The Wizarding World is getting infinitely bigger with each new Fantastic Beasts movie, but the newest Fantastic Beasts 2 featurette is here to remind you that it all ties back to a little movie series called Harry Potter.

Warner Bros. confirmed that Minerva McGonagall would be appearing in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald and also revealed that she's being played by actor Fiona Glascott.

Fans have taken to Twitter to share how unhappy they are at the casting.

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Another said: "How is McGonagall going to be in the next fantastic beasts?".

The movie is set to feature another Hogwarts teacher with Jude Law playing a young Dumbledore.

This is not the first or most significant controversy the film has courted, such as the casting of trash-being Johnny Depp, or the weird, potentially insensitive casting of Voldemort's snake.

Ahead of an expected fluctuation as more reviews are counted, The Crimes of Grindelwald is the only entry in the Wizarding World franchise thus far to earn a "rotten" score.

The second movie in the instalment is said to include lots of action in and around the United Kingdom - including scenes at Hogwarts.

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