The New Trailer For 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' Has Dropped

The latest trailer for Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald was revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con today.

As well as sharing the brand-spanking new trailer, members of the cast and crew assembled for a panel discussion, including Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law. Johnny Depp was notably absent from the panel during the Q&A until he arrived dressed in his character costume at the end to give a little speech.

"The great gift of your applause is not for me but for yourselves," Depp said.

"Magic blooms only in rare souls. It is granted to those who live for higher purposes. What a world we would make for all of humanity. We, who live for freedom, for truth - the moment has come to rise up and take our rightful place in the world."

And with the lights were dimmed and he was off. Quite the entrance and exit, eh?

The film's teaser trailer was released a few months back, but this longer one gives fans the first proper chance to see how the sequel will look.

As well as Redmayne returning to play Newt Scamander, Depp reprising the role of Gellert Grindelwald and Law making an appearance as a young Albus Dumbldore the cast also includes Ezra Miller, Zoë Kravitz, Katherine Waterson and Dan Fogler.

In the action-packed trailer a young Dumbledore can be heard telling Newt: "I can't move against Grindelwald.

"It has to be you. In your shoes, I'd probably refuse too."

Of course, fans were pretty excited by the spectacular looking trailer and are now, not so patiently, waiting for the film to arrive:

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is released on 16 November.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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