The Harry Potter spin-off following chronicles of Newt Scamander in New York will be in screens on November 18 worldwide.
The Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them opens on November 18 in theaters. Only one month left – and it looks like its star, Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) also has physically prepared for the role of Newt Scamander, the magizoologist … but in the end he did for nothing. The interpreter also revealed that Danish Girl star has trained for a scene without shirt for months, but ultimately the scene in question was removed from the footage.
Eddie worked much for the scene
Eddie says “I had to train with a tire for seven months because there was a scene thought by JK that tragically is no longer in the film. JK wanted me to take off Newt’s shirt and show that Newt Scamander is bitten and has all these wounds of war and, even in this aspect, he is muscular. So I underwent months and months of training. And now they have cut the scene, which probably is best for the world.”
J.K. Rowling, who debuts as writer with Fantastic Beasts, said that the series will be composed of at least five films even though the original work is based on a textbook for students of Hogwarts that covers only 128 pages. Rowling says she has realized that the story cannot be told in just one movie. The action, as you know, is set 70 years before the arrival of Harry, Ron and Hermione at the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. As only one month left, do not miss the official trailer of the film and premiere dates.