One of the many questions about “Fantastic Beasts” appears to have been answered by the Wizarding World social media accounts, but we aren’t so sure.
hpboy13 enjoyed this film more than “Crimes of Grindelwald” – but only because he no longer cares about the franchise.
Is Aberforth Dumbledore the “great avenger” returning “with wings from the water?” Read why we think he could be the subject of the prophecy.
This time on “SpeakBeasty,” our hosts discuss the title of the third “Fantastic Beasts” film. What secrets is the title alluding to, and to which Dumbledore do they belong?
Read the theories MuggleNet staff came up with for Dumbledore’s secrets after hearing the name of the next “Fantastic Beasts” film.
Eradicating Grindelwald will mean defeating both the man and the ideology of wizarding supremacy that is the foundation of his movement.
J.K. Rowling has added to the “Potter” universe over the years after the publication of the initial seven books. Here are five extra facts she added that I don’t particularly like.
Here are the five aspects of “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” I didn’t enjoy.
Is the “Harry Potter” book canon no longer relevant? If you’re confused why the hardcore fans are upset, here are the inconsistencies that are becoming a bit much.