Video: So far, the trailers for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald haven’t so much actually shown us, well, the crimes of Grindelwald, as they have the ephemera surrounding them. This final trailer doesn’t just give us a better look at Newt Scamander’s new adventure (and those crimes), but a very weird Potter connection.
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Pretty much from the get-go, it’s been reported that Jude Law’s Captain Marvel character is actually the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s take on the first Captain Marvel, the Kree warrior Mar-Vell. And as we’ve learned tidbits about the role, that belief has only gotten stronger, even as Law himself keeps refusing to acknowledge it.
The Fantastic Beasts sequel is diving into the past of one of the Wizarding World’s biggest non-Voldemort bads: Gellert Grindelwald, who has a deep history with another titanic presence in the series, Albus Dumbledore. And yet, according to Jude Law, neither character will actually directly interact in the film.
When it was announced that Jude Law would be playing young Albus Dumbledore in the Fantastic Beasts sequel (now called Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Johnny Depp's Hair), the response was largely: "That sounds fine." It wasn't rage-inducing, but it wasn't cause for an ecstatic fan freakout either. It was, well, serviceable. But executive producer David Heyman sees Law's casting as something much, much more.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword isn't really about King Arthur. It's more the origin story of a boy named Arthur, one who will eventually become a king. So it's fitting that the best parts of the film have nothing to do with swords, kingdoms, knights, or anything like that. King Arthur is primarily a medieval gangster film, and that's when the movie is at its best.