The first teaser for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald was the very definition of a teaser. But if you are looking for some real magic, then its San Diego Comic-Con trailer will definitely cast a spell on you.
With the stakes this high, can Newt (Eddie Redmayne) bring an end to Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) or will Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) end up mourning the loss of his former student. Check out the newest trailer below along with a new poster.
Robert Downey Jr. is no stranger to starring in ensemble films. He’s done it for the better part of ten years with Marvel Studios. But his tenure with the superhero studio is coming to an end, and now that he will not have to put the Iron Man suit on anymore, he can look forward to working on other projects like The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle.
The actor has just revealed his co-stars for the film and the animals they will be voicing. There is a wide range of talent from Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick), Octavia Spencer (The Shape of Water), John Cena (Ferdinand), Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Ralph Fiennes (In Bruges), Emma Thompson (Beauty and the Beast), Marion Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises), and so much more have joined the cast. Check out the full list below.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald wants to know, who will stand against the darkness?
In the very likely event that the evil Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) escapes from his wizardry imprisonment, and follows through on his malevolent plans, it will most likely have to be Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) to thwart it. And we get a sense of the impending doom that is about to befall in the first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Check it out below.
Alien: Covenant Director: Ridley Scott
Screenwriter: John Logan and Dante Harper
Cast: Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Carmen Ejogo, DemiÃ¡n Bichir
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
Rated PG-13 | 122 Minutes
Release Date: May 19, 2017
The truth is that while I liked Alien: Covenant, I didn’t love it. What’s tragic, aside for the future the prequel sets humanity up for, is that all it would have taken to make the film phenomenal was some small tweaks and changes.
Alien: Covenant lacks the same emotional heights sci-fi fans associate with Ridley Scott’s film of 1979 or James Cameron’s 1986 sequel, though it’s not without merit. Chief among the complaints is that the new film seems to sit on the franchise’s laurels rather than push it forward in the way Casino Royale did for James Bond or Logan did for X-Men. It’s been 38 years since the original Alien thriller, but this movie lacks some of the lauded learnings and innovations of modern science fiction cinema.