“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” was all about the men, so it’s only fair that the next film is all about the women.
Author: Richa Venkatraman
First Percy Weasley and now Tina Goldstein – I seem to have a habit of falling in love with characters whom fans love to hate.
Stories about people like Dumbledore are often told exclusively through symbols and subtext, rendering their queerness invisible.
These love songs fit these ten “Potter” couples perfectly!
Grindelwald’s greatest strength is his authenticity, which will make it all the more difficult to defeat him.
I guess you’re allowed to dislike Theseus Scamander, but just know I’ll be judging you very harshly for saying so.
I have fallen completely, irrevocably in love with the core four characters of the “Fantastic Beasts” movies.
“Ah well… wand still in your jeans? Both buttocks still on? Okay, let’s go.”
You better watch out…