Newt Scamander squares off with the nefarious Gellert Grindelwald in BrickHeadz two-pack.
Looking to grab some more face time with a fantastic beast, but don’t know where to find them? Allow Yahoo Movies to locate one for you in this exclusive deleted scene (watch it above) from the hit Harry Potter prequel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which arrives on Blu-ray on March 28. The sequence finds magizoologist, Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), in hot pursuit of a demiguise, a sloth-like creature with precognitive powers, as well as the ability to turn invisible.
By Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is at the top of the pack for this year’s Saturn Awards Nominations, with the film bringing in 11 nominations.It was a good year for Disney in other ways as well, with Steven Spielberg’s The BFG tying Doctor Strange with 10 nominations and Captain America: Civil War recognized in eight categories. Warner Bros.’ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them brought in six nominations. ...
What would it look like if last year’s movies were released in Zootopia? The filmmakers of the Oscar-nominated animated title shared their visual spoofs of some of 2016’s titles with The Hollywood Reporter exclusively. Directors Rich Moore and Byron Howard, as well as screenwriter Jared Bush, created them with Oh My Disney.
Regardless of your political persuasion, 2016 was a year of tumult and uncertainty. At least the movies gave us an occasional break from the headlines. Feel-good animated films triumphed at the box office this year, with Finding Dory at No. 1, while superheroes found a darker groove (the hard-R comedy Deadpool, the villain-driven Suicide Squad) and familiar franchises — Harry Potter, Star Wars — put down new roots. Before we toast the arrival of 2017, here’s a list of the biggest box-office winners and losers of 2016.
Five of the remaining contenders are from the Disney family; 'Kubo and the Two Strings' could be first animated film to get a nomination in this category since 1993
This week, Warner Bros. Studios, with a little help from Ginny Weasley (Bonnie Wright) and Jacob Kowalski (Dan Fogler), opened a new exhibit space dedicated to the cinematic wizarding world created by J.K. Rowling. The hall is stocked with eye-popping props from every Harry Potter film as well as the recently released Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' cast on what the movie has to say about societies that view different groups with suspicion, and the capacity for change
Promo thrillingly lays out premise concerning Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), a British wizard with a suitcase full of monsters accidentally let loose in 1920s America
It was not the best of times at movie theaters this summer, with several highly anticipated franchises falling short of expectations. But the fall movie season is here to rescue us, with Oscar contenders aplenty ( Manchester by the Sea, La La Land, Loving ) and even some major firepower ( Rogue One, Doctor Strange, Assassin’s Creed ). Here are the 53 upcoming movies we’re most excited about, with exclusive new photos.
For a few lucky fans able to make it to New York City this November, J.K. Rowling will be debuting the latest cinematic adventure based on her works at Manhattan’s Carnegie Hall six days before its wide release
‘Batman v Superman,’ 'Captain America: Civil War,' 'Finding Dory,' and more with a chance to clear the bar set by 'Deadpool' as the year's biggest earner
by Graeme McMillan J.K. Rowling has revealed a previously unknown piece of information about the upcoming Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them and, judging by the response on social media, fans are not amused. Related: ‘Fantastic Beasts’ to Shoot in Liverpool Entertainment Weekly broke the news that Fantastic Beasts, which is set in 1920s New York, replaces a beloved piece of Potter lore, with American wizards choosing to call non-magical humans “No-Maj” (pronounced, “no madge,” and short for “no magic”) instead of the Potter books’ “muggle.” However, not all of the no-maj fanbase seems to be in favor of the change.
Principal photography gets underway in the UK today on Yates’s Warner Bros. feature 'Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them.'
Katherine Waterston will play the role of Tina, or Porpentina, a witch who operates in the U.S. in the 'Harry Potter' spinoff.
David Yates will direct the Warner Bros. movie from a script by 'Harry Potter' author J.K. Rowling.
Warner Bros. has zeroed in on Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne for the lead role for 'Harry Potter' spinoff 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.'