All the fans of the show are exciting about the third installment of Fantastic Beasts. Now star Eddie Redmayne has shared exciting informati...
All the fans of the show are exciting about the third installment of Fantastic Beasts. Now star Eddie Redmayne has shared exciting information about the movie, which has raised all the fans' thrill.
For the third installment of the film, actor Eddie Redmayne shared new details on the movie's filming. Consistent with the star, the movie has resumed its shooting after an extended delay and controversies.
The third installment of the movie had stalled the assembly due to the continued health crisis Covid-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has delayed the assembly work of multiple films and series. But now the cast and crew are back to figure.
And therefore, the movie's production work has been resumed, which may be a piece of excellent news for the fans.
Fantastic Beasts 3: Cast
The main cast of the movie includes
- Eddie Redmayne
- Johnny Depp
- Ezra Miller
- Jude Law
- Katherine Waterson
Fantastic Beasts 3: Production Work Resumed
Star Eddie Redmayne has confirmed to Cinema Blend that the movie's shooting has started a fortnight before already in London.
The star also told Cinema Blend that the filming is happening following all the security protocols. Consistent with Redmayne, things are going very smoothly at the set.
The movie is one among many to resume production in these pandemic situations. The shooting of The Batman got delayed when Robert Pattinson tested positive for Covid-19. The movie is predicted to land in theaters next year in November.
Fantastic Beasts 3: Plot Details
Whereas the plot is a mess, and the strong points from the first movie, Newt and his special relationship to those fantastic beasts.
It ran as undercurrent and subtext throughout, are afterthoughts here. You may get a few brief scenes of Newt with some magical creatures. But forced into the story for the sake of keeping it linked to the "Fantastic Beasts" franchise.
I wish epic and blockbuster directors would direct a story supported by an SFX team, rather than the SFX coming first. It will seem to be what will be done here: "let's throw all the special effect that we can into this, and then see if we can hang a story on it."
This story is a bridge, giving context and backstory. It is connecting the players involved when we get to the main event. Unlike the HP movies, where even though there was continuity as each book/movie built on the previous to a cohesive grand finale.
Each had its own story, plot, stakes, and a conclusion in the context of the bigger story. Not so with "The Crimes of Grindelwald."
It sets us up for big things to come, but by itself and relative to the whole HP/FB canon, it falls short of the bar that's been set.
However, after directing the movie's primary two installments, director David Yates is directing the movie's third installment again.
Moreover, the "Fantastic Beasts" may be a fantasy movie of 2016. The movie may be a follow-up and prequel to the Harry Potter film franchise. J.K. Rowling has penned the movie down.
The movie's official title has not been confirmed yet. And therefore, the updates about the plot of the movie also are secret. But once there's any confirmation about the movie title, I will tell you that.