36-year-old Eddie Redmayne confirmed the guesses of fans of the franchise “Fantastic Crew”, which is the spin-off series of Harry Potter films, telling that the second part of the project turned out to be more gloomy compared to the first film.
The most interesting feature of the second part is how it changes tonality throughout the whole movie. This project turned out to be more somber, strict and even more tied to the Harry Potter universe, which we all love so much. Characters that you met in the first part, now more time spent in the magical world, about which the viewer learns a lot of new things. When I read the script, I noticed that new riddles appeared in it. Now the story is more like a thriller,
– shared the actor with reporters.
Recall that the action in the film “Fantastic creatures and where they dwell” occurs 70 years before the events that have confronted Harry Potter with his worst enemy Volan de Mort. The protagonist of the new story is Newt Salamander (Eddie Redmayne), the author of the textbook on zoology of the magical world and the favorite student of Albus Dumbledore, played by Jude Law.
By the way, in the new part we will show young Dumbledore before he was in the chair of the director of Hogwarts. Here he will act as a professor of transfiguration. Dumbledore will become an important character in the sequel, as he was the close friend of Gellert Green-de-Wald, the most dangerous criminal of the magical world and the chief villain of this franchise. His role in the film will be performed by Johnny Depp.
Dumbledore reminds Newt that he helped him track down and catch the Green de Valde, who is convinced that only pureblood wizards should rule the world. Such a view carries a political threat to the whole world of magic. Gellert manages to gather around himself a large crowd of followers, which will destroy more than one family. And all thanks to his hypnotic charm,
Among the fans who are familiar with the history of Dumbledore even from the books about Harry Potter, a reasonable question arose about the relationship between the two heroes and the orientation of the professor. And, by the way, recently, Jude Law first gave a comment on this topic.