The third segment of Fantastic Beasts – an upcoming fantasy cinema, which will be directed by David Yates with a screenplay co-written by Steve Kloves and J. K. Rowling, from a unique and real story by J.K. Rowling.
What’s Gonna Happen Now?
This third part of Fantastic Beasts production is all set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil which was cataloged to launch on the 13th of March, but the shooting was paused at the last minute because of the COVID outbreak. The launch date was issued as the 12th of November, 2021, but that will likely change. Warner Bros. is not mentioning the disputes right now.
The shooting of the third part of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Harry Potter prequel spin-off, has been halted with safety measures in place amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, shows’ lead Eddie Redmayne confirmed the news.
With the third segment on its way, Warner Bros.’ Harry Potter prequel franchise is presently in the unpleasant position of having a trinity of its key skills in altering temperatures of hot water.
J.K. Rowling (The Author) has served as the movies’ screenwriter but is now in a serious flashpoint of disputes because of her past (and still ongoing points) about trans issues that have popped out and even the casts of the Fantastic Beasts and Harry Potter movies to condemn her comments and distance themselves.
Also, Johnny Depp will be playing the franchise’s villain Gellert Grindelwald and was under fire for a few years because of the domestic violence accusations made by Amber Heard (his ex-wife).
Plausibly, the most problematic issue is J.K. Rowling, who is creatively significant to the franchise and quite a firm person in her views, the author made a total about-face, and being sorry appeared unlikely. In the third part of the film, she is accompanied by Harry Potter screenwriter Steve Kloves, but there was no beating around the fact that she co-wrote the scenario and has drafted the leftover flicks. The Wizarding World also applies to Rowling merely as much as Middle-earth goes to J.R.R. Tolkien. To some amount, a definite level of fandom babbled about significant franchises appears increasingly imminent (Star Wars and Marvel did have had controversies in recent years). Still, Beasts are now bearing a cumulative strain that no stroke can easily fade.
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