Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Sam de Jour, Aug 8, 2015.
Missed a trick not calling it the Golden Snatch.
So Fantastic Beasts 3 has been given a November 2021 release date. That’s a whole year later than originally planned, right?
Yep, 3 years after Grindelwald. Yikes
I think it’s because one of the actresses is pregnant?
Also because Joanne must not know where the hell this messy story is going next.
I didn't mind the last film - didn't love it, but didn't hate it. I'm willing to bet the studio is going to be paying close attention to the script and offering much in the way of how they think it should pan out. I don't think they're going to want this film to do worse than the last one since there are supposedly two more after it.
Am I the only one who preferred "The Crimes of Grindelwald" to the first one?
Yeah, I think it’s probably down to them wanting to get the story/script right. There were already rumours about it and I guess this kind of confirms that.
Yeah I agree that the second one was marginally better than the first. But it was still a case of the first being 1.5/5 and the second being 2/5.
She’s probably going through all her own books to try and make sense of the timeline fuckery
The title 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' felt like people googling 'train' and 'triangle'.
There are some good elements in this franchise, but it's such a mess. I think it's good to delay the next one. Take time to unravel it and create a solid and focused movie that can stand on its own feet.
I literally shrieked.
i was hungover watching deathly hallows pt 2 this morning and i really just didn’t enjoy it as much as i used to. i will always love harry potter but recent events have just numbed the whole experience for me. such a shame
I still think part one is one of the best flicks in the franchise. Don't let outside shenanigans sway your feelings on what is truly a modern classic series.
I bet Ron voted Brexit.
We got a £20 and an £80 ticket . The cheaper one had "restricted views" because it was next to the sound booth. The ticket was perfectly fine and I could see everything ... Only just a tiny bit that happened higher up the stage - but everyone in the stalls who are sat below the balcony/ circle would have the same view. The £80 ticket was only three rows infront of the cheaper one - so basically the same view. It's probably the best thing I've seen it was absolutely amazing. I was not expecting it to be so brilliant - and I'm only a casual fan who has not read any books but seen all films.
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