"It will be so interesting to see another side of Nagini". It also sets up a likely-tragic character: at the time of this film, she's a circus performer who can transform into a snake, but by the time the Wizarding World trades up in villains from Johnny Depp to Ralph Fiennes, her blood curse has progressed to the point where her human form has disappeared. "I can't confirm she has powers like wizards have". Yes, Voldemort's snake pet and constant companion Nagini, she makes her entry in a grand manner. An Animagus chooses the animal and chooses when to transform. "She does feel sometimes it's not controllable", Kim says.
Beyond that intriguing connection though, there's not a lot new in here, aside from a fun bit where Newt gets to magically apprehend his brother Theseus, to his own delight - but you'll find out what it all means when Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald apparates into cinemas on November 16. Yes, we have a new woman of color in the universe of Harry Potter ... who is destined to lose control, turn into a serpent forever, and become the tool of one of the most powerful white wizards of all time?
Why Nagini chooses to spend that precious time as a circus performer baffles me, but at least that is where she meets fellow outcast Credence, who ran away to join the traveling Circus Arcanus after wreaking havoc in NY.
Welcome to #TrailerChest, where we're taking a sneak peek at the final trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald. Not only that, she is turned into a literal object who the heroes must kill as part of their quest.
Between the previous Comic-Con trailer and what's left to discover before the film's release later this year, what do you hope to see in the final trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald?
While the film won't explore Dumbledore's romantic relationship with the dark wizard the scene does seem to show they were more than just friends as an even younger Albus Dumbledore can be seen holding his hand up to Gellert's.