New teaser offers first glimpse into 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel, reveals title

New teaser offers first glimpse into 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel, reveals title

In fact, Harry Potter studied a book written by Newt Scamander called "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" while he was in class at Hogwarts.

Warner Bros. has finally revealed the title of the "Fantastic Beasts" sequel.

According to, the new film, directed by David Yates, will chart the efforts of Grindelwald, who escapes from custody, to gather followers in order to put non-magical beings under the rule of pure-blood wizards.

Ezra Miller, 25, is back as Credence, Zoe Kravitz, 28, will take on the role of Leta Lestrange and Callum Turner, 27, will play Newt's brother Theseus Scamander.

The fresh moving image features a first glimpse of Jude Law in character as a young Albus Dumbledore, alongside Eddie Redmayne as magical creature enthusiast Newt Scamander. Lines are drawn as love and loyalty are tested, even among the truest friends and family, in an increasingly divided wizarding world.

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The movie is penned by Harry Potter author JK Rowling, following on from her screenwriting debut on Fantastic Beasts a year ago, and is again directed by David Yates. The Crimes of Grindelwald executive producer David Heyman has commented on what Jude Law will bring to the character during an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Earlier the makers had already announced that the "Harry Potter" world will be going bigger as "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" franchise will consist of five films.

The film hits theaters on November 16, 2018.

We have our first look at the next film set in the Harry Potter universe. Also returning are Katherine Waterston, who plays female lead Porpentina Goldstein, Dan Fogler as the No-Maj Jacob Kowalski, and Alison Sudol as the attractive Queenie Goldstein.

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