MuggleNet Visits the Set of “Crimes of Grindelwald”!
Last October, MuggleNet was invited to visit the set of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, not that we knew the title at the time. Even the crew was still referring to the film by its codename, Voltaire. From the art department to the streets of wizarding Paris to interviews with notable cast and crew members, it was an exhausting but extraordinary day and for this writer, an amazing end to my MuggleNet journey.
WARNING: From this point on, there are a lot of spoilers. For example, Martin Foley introduced us to the art department with a walk through the concept art for the first 15 minutes of the movie. If you wish to stay spoiler free, we would recommend avoiding all of the articles and transcripts linked below with, perhaps, the exception of Ezra Miller’s, who is a master in avoiding questions.
Please also note, there may be some errors in the terminology within these articles. Aside from the transcripts provided by Warner Bros., we had to rely on handwritten notes hastily scrawled down as we were moved through sets. We apologize for any offense caused and happily accept corrections!
- Crimes of Grindelwald Set Visit Report Stepping into Wizarding Paris
- Crimes of Grindelwald Set Visit Report: What Are Grindelwald’s Plans?
- Crimes of Grindelwald Set Visit Report: Inside the Prop Department with Pierre Bohanna
- Crimes of Grindelwald Set Visit Report: Inside the French Ministry
- What Brings You to Paris: Why Your Favorite Fantastic Beasts Characters Are in the City of Lights
- Meet the New Faces of Crimes of Grindelwald
- Beware! New Beasts in Crimes of Grindelwald
- David Yates Interview
- David Heyman Interview
- Colleen Atwood Interview
- Pierre Bohanna Interview
- Martin Foley Interview
- Eddie Redmayne Interview
- Ezra Miller Interview
- Callum Turner Interview
Over the coming days, we’ll be posting even more coverage of the visit, including theories and reactions from staff, and we’d love for you to join in the discussion in the comments or on social media. There’s still a lot of ground to cover – so keep an eye out for more coverage from us!