Eddie Redmayne playing Newt Scamander in the Harry Potter spin-off series Fantastic Beasts is old news, especially when considering the emotion surrounding Jude Law as young Dumbledore in the next sequel But a new picture of Newt in Fantastic Beasts 2 serves as a reminder that Newt is the original star of this series and, perhaps more important, that Newt can burn as much as the new character that will be introduced. In fact, this Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald photo (screenwriter: JK Rowling) could prove that Redmayne's Newt can defend himself from Law's young and bady Dumbledore that the Internet can not stop talking about.
While the fans have split into Johnny Deep as Grindelwald, one thing they can agree on is how young Dumbledore is. And as more photos of Law as the beloved Albus Dumbledore are released, the poorer Newt understandably falls by the wayside. But let's not forget that the name of the whole series of films is based on a book by the character of Redmayne, and that Newt was the soul and heart of 2016 Fantastic beasts and where to find them . Above all, you can not pretend that Newt does not have its own unique and charming atmosphere.
So, even though this new picture of Newt probably does not make you go, "Dumbledore, who?" (Well, not unless you're Tina), I'll remind you that Newt is a star for a reason.
For the sake of comparison (aka, simply because you know you want to see it again), here is the Law issuing its own command energy like the young Dumbledore.
Sure, Redmayne's charm may not be as practiced as Law's, who has been smoldering in movies since the 1990s, as in The Talented Mr. Ripley . But Redmayne has its own appeal as shown in Les Misérables . In addition, Albus looks great, quiet and collected in the photo above, while Newt is clearly concerned about what is behind him.
Not only fans have seen these types of Newt looks before Fantastic beasts and where to find them but it's also impressive how Redmayne can look soft while he's so worried. And even more impressive when you remember how uncomfortable Newt is most of the time.
Beyond the look of Newt, this new photo is exciting as it is the first of The Crimes of Grindelwald to show Newt and Tina of Katherine Waterston back together. Although it was revealed in July 2017 that Newt would be reunited with his budding love interest Tina, as well as with his baker colleague Jacob and Tina's sister, Queenie, in the sequel Fantastic Beasts it's still good to see these two joining forces to fight evil again.
If he cares less about Newt's charm and more about what will happen in Grindelwald's crimes another recently published picture of Newt seems to give a bigger clue about the plot. In it, he seems completely enthralled while reading a postcard of Paris. Fans have already been informed that the series Fantastic Beasts will leave the USA. UU In The crimes of Grindelwald while the characters travel from New York to London and Paris, but this new photo may indicate why Newt travels to France.
The photo does not show who the postcard is, but, as intrigued as Newt is, a possible conjecture is that the postcard was written by his old flame Leta Lestrange. Although Leta by Zoë Kravitz only appeared in a photo in the first film Fantastic Beasts she is important to Newt and will become a much bigger character in the movies. Not just a postcard from Leta would complicate all the romantic entanglements, since Newt is still in love with her and is engaged to Newt's brother, Theseus, but it could be a connection with Grindelwald. As Leta is a member of the notoriously evil Lestrange family, this postcard could take Newt to Grindelwald, who escaped from the Magical Congress of the United States of America.
More details and photos will inevitably reveal more about Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald before being released on November 16, 2018, but at least these photos remind you of Newt's magical charm and he is the star of the show here.
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