Warner Bros. has finally rolled out the first full-length trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
At the beginning of the trailer the characters apparate into the school grounds as curious students watch from inside the castle.
The first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is here. David Yates returns as director, having helmed the final four Potter films. But to know what this means actually, you will have to wait till November.
But some fans were more open-minded, suggesting that, as the events of the film are set in the 1920s, the action may take place before the rule against apparating was brought into effect.
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The film is the second of five adventures - which has been penned by Rowling - follows on from the end of the first film, which was released back in 2016.
Decades ago when Harry Potter first began his journey with the grey-haired, moon-spectacled Hogwarts Headmaster, who could have guessed that a reimagination as such would be on the cards. Earlier, in the first part, Grindelwald was imprisoned but now that he has escaped Dumbledore senses danger in future.
The first trailer introduces Jude Law as young Albus Dumbledore who with the help of his former student Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) trying to track down the most risky wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp). "I can't move against Grindelwald", Dumbledore tells Newt.
In the trailer, the makers have also made space for Dumbledore's Deluminator (which later goes to Ron in Harry Potter movies), Credence's Obscurus, Leta Lestrange (Newt's love interest), Queenie and Tina (witch sisters from the last film), Newt's constant companion Pickett, Newt's No-Maj friend Jacob Kowalski and a Thestral drawn carriage.