It’s exactly one year until the “Fantastic Beasts” sequel will be released and the official title has now been unveiled, along with the first cast photo.
The official Twitter account gave fans a glimpse of the actors and actresses in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” on Thursday, including a first look at Jude Law as a younger Albus Dumbledore.
Johnny Depp is also in the official photo, starring as Gellert Grindelwald, whose dark crimes the movie follows.
Grindelwald first appeared in the Potter franchise as the villain of Dumbledore’s generation. Fans learned he was expelled from Durmstrang for “twisted experiments,” among other things.
The upcoming flick will see Grindelwald attempting to gather followers after escaping custody for an array of crimes.
Newt Scamander, who is played by Eddie Redmayne, is enlisted by Dumbledore to stop him.
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The cast photo also shows Zoe Kravitz as Leta Lestrange, who is engaged to Newt Scamander’s brother, and Callum Turner as Newt Scamander’s older brother Theseus Scamander, a celebrated war hero and the Head of the Auror Office at the British Ministry of Magic.
Claudia Kim can also be seen as Maledictus, the carrier of a blood curse that transforms her into a beast.
The cast also features returning “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” players like Ezra Miller as Credence, Katherine Waterston as Tina Goldstein, Dan Fogler as ‘no-maj’ Jacob Kowalski and Alison Sudol as Queenie Goldstein.
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The latest “Fantastic Beasts” news comes after bosses released the very first image from the upcoming flick.
The tweet read, “Name of Applicant: Newt Scamander, Profession or Occupation: Magizoologist” and included a photo of a pending travel application for Newt.
The cryptic note is likely to be a reference to the first film, but what could it entail for the second?
“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” is set for release on Nov. 16, 2018.