The Wizarding World takes a darker turn in these incredible new character posters…
With just over a month until the release of the highly anticipated second instalment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise, one can be forgiven for letting their excitement get the best of them. The SDCC teaser trailer tantalised us with the dark and ominous deeds of Gellert Grindelwald and revealed the plight of our innocently enchanting hero Newt Scamander.
If that wasn’t enough to whet the appetite of a ravenous fanbase, Warner Bros capitalised on the buzz surrounding NYCC weekend to launch their final trailer and a host of glorious new character posters. The media coverage was exceptional and the fanbase erupted with excited chatter, all gleaming with delight at the prospect of a stunning new chapter in the Wizarding World.
Any fan would be forgiven for thinking this recent string of awesomeness would be enough to drag us gleefully down the wizarding rabbit hole already, but Warner Bros. isn’t quite finished with us yet, because they have just unleashed ANOTHER catalogue of incredible posters featuring our favourite characters ready to do battle.
Warner Bros. is truly spoiling us with these impressive posters. The imagery alone elicits visions of a darker world where sinister forces arise to conquer the light…and standing in its way is Newt Scamander and his lovable band of spellcasters!
It’s an exciting time to be a movie fan!
You can follow the adventures of Newt Scamander, the chaos-causing Niffler, and the adorable Pickett on November 16th when Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald arrives on our cinema screens.
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