There are so many siblings in the “Harry Potter” universe. Who are your favorites?
There were so many moments in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” that made us fall more in love with these characters, both old and new.
Over 70 years before Hermione and Ron’s coupling, there was Newt and Tina. Could these two love stories actually be mirroring each other?
As Grindelwald amasses more power in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”, his ideology will appeal to many. How will the loyalties of Newt, Tina, Queenie, and Jacob be tested by the temptation of a world built on those ideologies?
We all know “Fantastic Beasts” is better than “Harry Potter”. It’s almost a question of how “Harry Potter” could possibly compare. From the leading man to the epic villain, here are seven ways “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is so much better than “Harry Potter”.
I give my best shot at matching Patronuses to the “Fantastic Beasts” characters! From Welsh corgis to proud eagles, these are Patronuses to see!
Womanhood is not a competition.
Do the “Fantastic Beasts” Cast’s Favorite “Harry Potter” Characters Relate to the Characters They Play?
What are our quartet’s favorite characters? Do they relate to the characters they play?
From what we’ve seen in the trailers and stills released so far, it’s clear that Katherine Waterston is the perfect casting for Tina in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”. However, in a recent interview with “Entertainment Weekly”, Katherine Waterston admitted that she didn’t think that she would get the part at all.