Once upon a time, I was going to write a post about how Newt Scamander doesn’t actually do anything in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Rewatch the film and you’ll see. He doesn’t impact the main plot until maybe at the very end.
Either way, the new sequel is out today! So let’s enjoy the video.
Solid How It Should Have Ended. Thankfully, when they don’t do superheroes, they don’t go to their Batman/Superman cafe scenes. I like that.
I am definitely losing the battle for posting fun stuff from San Diego Comic-Con. There’s been a ton of really neat trailers, and I’m way behind on sharing them, let alone the cool comic book news. But it’s Saturday afternoon, and I’m ready to drop some cool movie trailers on your henchies!
We’ve got Godzilla: King of the Monsers.
Looks darn cool! Bring on all the monsters! I liked the first one, so you best believe I’m excited for this one.
Then we’ve got Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Yeah, totally, more Wizarding World movies! I’m way in favor of those. I’m sure this one will be a blast. Remind me before this movie comes out to tell you all about how Newt Scamander doesn’t actually do anything in the first film in the series.
Then how about the trailer for Glass.
I loved Unbreakable, just like everybody else. I haven’t seen Split yet, but I’m sure it’s fine. And bringing them together sounds good to me! Let’s do it!
I think that’s all the movie trailers I have to share right now. And I know I’m missing some others that debuted. But I’m only one man on only one blog!
I’ll share some TV trailers tomorrow!
I’m basically saying that Jude Law seems pretty suave and cool as a young Albus Dumbledore in this first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
I enjoyed the first film, and am a huge fan of Harry Potter, so I’m definitely on board for this sequel. I never did write that blog post about how Newt Scamander doesn’t actually do anything to effect the main plot of the first film. Maybe I will before this sequel arrives on Nov. 16.
I’m busy celebrating Christmas with my family and handing out some sweet presents. Thankfully, Only Leigh drew up a nice holiday cartoon starring the characters from Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them!
Trust Only Leigh to make the holidays great. And I have a pretty awesome Fantastic Beasts article brewing that I’ll get to posting one of these days.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is already planned as a trilogy. Does anybody else think that’s a bad idea? It’s great that JK Rowling is involved, but still…you can’t force a new franchise. But heck, what do I know? The first full trailer looks pretty cool.
Plus it’s the Wizarding World of America! We’re all dying to see that, right?