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Those Fantastic Beasts and Where To find Them images have been revealed in hi-res…

November 18th, 2015 by Matt Gault Comments


High-res photos from Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them have finally arrived online, and you can check them all out below.

You may recognise some of them from the latest issue of EW, but these are much better quality images than the ones previously released – thus giving us a better glimpse of Eddie Redmaybe as Newt Scamander.

Fantastic Beasts takes place 70 years before the events of Harry Potter, with Oscar winner Redmayne as magizoologist Scamander in the central role.

Scamander’s travels around New York with pal Jacob (Dan Fogler) see him cross paths with the wizard Graves (Colin Farrell) and other supernatural forces.

The project has been largely kept under wraps, so little is known about Katherine Waterston, Ron Perlman, Ezra Miller and Samantha Morton’s characters.

JK Rowling has penned the screenplay for Fantastic Beasts, which reunites her with Harry Potter franchise director David Yates – who helmed the final four films in the franchise.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hits cinemas on on November 18, 2016 in the US and the UK.

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Source: Squareeyed

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Matt Gault is a sports writer and film fanatic. He is a fully-qualified journalist and has worked for BBCNI, Sunday Life and has been published on The Guardian's website. He interns at REDNI, sub-editing for the Belfast Telegraph. He studied at Queen's University pretending to like history and literature and then University of Ulster Coleraine, where he slacked off enormously for a year and somehow got away with it. He also enjoys Captain Morgans, The Sopranos, Led Zeppelin and Hunter S. Thompson which makes him a remarkably uninteresting person.