Everything’s a Secret When You’re on the Set of Fantastic Beasts


Swearing the entire cast and crew of a film to secrecy is hard. But when it’s a massive movie like Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, with some 700 people and 1,

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Swearing the entire cast and crew of a film to secrecy is hard. But when it’s a massive movie like Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, with some 700 people and 1,000 costumes’including 400 coats alone’it’s next to impossible. All precautions are taken: characters are given code names, minute details are protected by nondisclosure agreements, and digital scripts are encrypted and disappear after a certain amount of time. It’s not quite magic, but it’s close.

The pressure to not reveal anything’even by accident’is enough to give Eddie Redmayne heart palpitations. ‘I’ve been sent this hilarious document which is covered with double-caps, triple-underlined notes saying, You can’t talk about this,’ says the Oscar winner, who returns as wizard Newt Scamander in the sequel, out Nov. 16. We’re sitting in his spotless trailer at Warner Bros. Studio in Hertfordshire, just north of London, around three months into production. Does he ever tell anyone? He leans in and admits, a little bashfully, that he does: his wife, Hannah Bagshawe.

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Jude Law clarifies Fantastic Beasts continuity error about Grindelwald

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  • Date: 2018-11-07 06:59:00
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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Spoiler-Free Review

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald debuts worldwide between November 14th and November 23rd, although only Japan has to wait that long. Both the United States and the United Kingdom have premiere dates on November 16, 2018. That said, select cinemas in the United States (including the one closest to me in rural Georgia!) have their first showings the evening of November 15th.

A few lucky fans have the opportunity to see The Crimes of Grindelwald early’ including me! I trekked into Atlanta on Saturday, November 3rd to join a large group of Potterheads for a special advance screening of The Crimes of Grindelwald.

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  • Date: 2018-11-08T00:49:32+00:00
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Harry Potter fans are furious because of this Professor McGonagall error in the new Fantastic Beasts film

HARRY Potter fans claim to have spotted a huge error in the new Fantastic Beasts movie involving Professor McGonagall.

The cast list for the second film, The Crimes of Grindelwald, has been released, and includes our favourite bespectacled Hogwarts transfiguration teacher.

However, Potter-mad fans have pointed out that the new movie is set in 1927 and the fictional head of Gryffindor House wasn’t even born then.

Although it’s not explicitly stated in the Harry Potter books the exact day she was born, fans have worked out the date to be 1935.

In the fifth book, The Order of the Phoenix, Professor McGonagall reveals she started working at Hogwarts in December 1956 after working for the Ministry of Magic for two years after graduation.

Jude Law Opens Up (As Much As He’s Allowed) About The Intense Secrecy Surrounding ‘Captain Marvel’

Between Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and Captain Marvel, Jude Law is trying really hard not to spill any secrets for either during his latest media blitz. Enter The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, who did just about everything he could to break through the English actor’s defenses on Tuesday night. To his credit, Law refused to say whether he was playing a new take on the alien warrior Mar-Vell in Marvel’s latest, but that didn’t stop him from shedding some light on the superhero movie studio’s insane secrecy practices.

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  • Date: 2018-11-07T17:50:00+00:00
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Jude Law feared giving away story secrets on Captain Marvel set

Jude Law was followed by a Marvel employee on the set of Captain Marvel to prevent him giving away story secrets.

The British actor recently wrapped shooting the Marvel Comics movie, in which he is believed to be playing the character of Mar-Vell/Walter Lawson, while Brie Larson appears in the title role.

Though plot details are kept under wraps on any film set, Jude insisted during an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday night (05Nov18) that there is a big ‘difference’ between U.K. and U.S. movies, and he really noticed a contrast between the behaviour of producers on Captain Marvel and those working on the Fantastic Beasts flicks.

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  • Date: 2018-11-06T10:31:35+00:00
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