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‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Movie Trailer, Cast: Wizarding World in 1920s, Ezra Miller Excited For Action Figures

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a highly-anticipated movie, reveals a new trailer and a cast’s hilarious reason behind his excitement for his upcoming blockbuster films.

Glamour.com reported Warner Bros. dropped the latest trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. So far, Potterheads and casual moviegoers are delighted with what they have seen from the trailers.

Overall, the film’s visual approach is pleasing. The tone, aesthetic, and look of the characters beautifully depict the 1920s setting, as Director David Yates previously shared.

As seen in the trailer, the Harry Potter film series spinoff/prequel does not fall short of action. It also shows the beasts are, indeed, fantastic.

With an ensemble cast starring Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, and Colin Farrel among others, Fantastic Beasts is not one to disappoint.

The movie is directed by David Yates who had previously worked with four out of eight Harry Potter films in the franchise. This film is J.K. Rowling’s debut as a screenwriter.

One of the movie’s cast Ezra Miller, who plays Credence Barebone, shares to Cinema Blend what really excites him in being a part of the film. He reveals it is the action figures he get from the merchandise.

Miller is well-known in his small indie film roles like playing Patrick in the book-to-film adaptation of Perks in Being A Wallflower (2012). But that is about to change as he steps into the world of major blockbusters.

Aside from Fantastic Beasts, he is going to play DC Extended Universe’s The Flash. He will also be seen in Justice League which targets to hit theatres on November 17, 2017. But his character already did a cameo in Batman V Superman (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016).

Having these big roles, he shares, “I’m really hoping to milk this whole experience for as many action figures as I can get.”

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will arrive in theatres on Nov. 18, 2016.

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