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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – New Movie Stills

4 new HQ movie still of Eddie Redmayne have been added to the gallery. I am so excited with this movie, what are your opinions? Please, mention e-redmayne.net if you take the pics.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – Final Trailer

The final trailer of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is here and it looks fantastic!! Can’t wait for the movie!

Eddie Redmayne – Magazine Scans

Several magazine scans with Eddie Redmayne have been added to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy!

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Grazia Italy (August 24th, 2016)
Empire UK (October 2016)
Empire UK (September 2016)
Entertainment Weekly (August 19th, 2016)
Empire Australasia (September 2016)
Fotogramas Spain (August 2016)

Eddie Redmayne to Screen Exclusive Footage of FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM at Entertainment Weekly Popfest

Though it won’t be in theaters until later this year, Eddie Redmayne will take to Entertainment Weekly’s PopFest stage to screen exclusive footage of his wildly anticipated new film “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them,” J.K. Rowling’s prequel to the Harry Potter series. Redmayne’s panel will take place on Sunday, October 30, the second day of the two-day ultimate pop culture event. Featuring an original screenplay from J.K. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts tells of Newt Scamander (Redmayne), a wizard who arrives in New York City in 1926 carrying an enchanted briefcase filled with magical creatures. Katherine Waterston, Allison Sudol, Dan Fogler, Colin Farrell, and Ezra Miller also star in the film, out in theaters Nov. 18. [Source]

For tickets, please visit: http://ewpopfest.com/

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Eddie Redmayne at the Lumos Fundraiser

Eddie Redmayne attends the Lumos Fundraiser in aid of J.K. Rowling’s international non-profit organization Lumos, on September 17, 2016 in London, England. Sadly, just 2 photos from this event but Eddie looks great. Please, credit e-redmayne.net if you take the pics.

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Eddie Redmayne Talks ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and Working Alongside Magical Creatures

Eddie Redmayne has some big shoes to fill as the face of the next installment in the Harry Potter franchise. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, if it does well, could launch another series of movies (and let’s be real, with fans as ravenous as Potterheads, there’s no way this movie is going to flop).

Today Collider published an in-depth interview with the star himself in which he opened up about what it was like to be part of such a huge story, his character Newt Scamander, how Fantastic Beasts differs from the rest of the Potter universe, and what it was like to work alongside completely computer-generated characters. The whole interview is worth a read, but here are some highlights:

On being a Brit on American soil:

here are Americanisms and Newt is an Englishman in New York in the 1920s. He’s been in the field for a year. And so suddenly, he arrives in New York and everything is so huge. I remember the first time I went to New York when I was about eight or nine and staying at this hotel and just opening the window and just seeing Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in front of you and then just these buildings flying up and being kind of totally overwhelmed by it. There were things I related to, certainly, in this sort of American-British thing.

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Eddie Redmayne Shares His Biggest Fear About Filming Fantastic Beasts

Anticipation continues to mount for the November premiere of J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne’s turn as the legendary magizoologist Newt Scamander. It’s a lot of pressure on one actor, with a rabid global fandom chomping at the bit — and, perfectionist that he is, Redmayne revealed he did have a main concern going into filming.

“My fear was doing a lot of green screen, because I have quite a dodgy imagination,” Redmayne told the New York Times. (For non-Anglophiles: “dodgy” translates as “unreliable.”)

To get around this small personal flaw, Redmayne even asked an animator to get into character as one of the creatures and act out the beast’s mannerisms on set, all so that Redmayne could really get a feel for the CGI character and perform at his best in the face of a blank green screen.

Redmayne also shared some inside information on a few of the creatures we’ll find in the movie, including what they look like (bowtruckles appear as a kind of cousin to the classic stick insect) and have distinctive mannerisms. (Hint: for Harry Potter know-it-alls: nifflers can be subdued with some tummy tickling.)

Clearly, the Beasts team knows its audience won’t stand for anything other than absolute attention to detail. [Source]

Warner Bros. Promotes ‘Fantastic Beasts’ With Paid Twitter Stickers

Warner Bros. is the first Hollywood studio to sponsor Twitter’s photo stickers, part of its digital campaign for “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,” the “Harry Potter” spinoff film set to bow this fall.

In June, Twitter launched stickers, which lets users add emoji, props and other accessories to photos (a la Snapchat) that they share on the social service. Earlier this month it rolled out sponsored stickers, with Pepsi as the launch marketing partner.

With the “Fantastic Beasts” promo, Twitter users in the U.S., the U.K., France, Japan, Brazil and Spain will see four custom stickers in their libraries inspired by the movie’s main character, magizoologist Newt Scamander (played by Eddie Redmayne) — a scarf, wand, coat and suitcase, which can be added to a user’s photo.

The photos act as visual hashtag, meaning that fans who tap on a promoted Twitter sticker will be able to see photos from other users.

“Fantastic Beasts” — which marks J.K. Rowling’s screenwriting debut — is slated for worldwide release on Nov. 18, 2016. In the movie, it’s 1926 and Newt Scamander has arrived in New York for a brief stopover after a global tour to collect and document magical creatures. But his travel plans are disrupted by an American Muggle named Jacob (Dan Fogler), a misplaced magical case, and the escape of some of his beasts. [Source]

‘Fantastic Beasts’ Release Date & Cast News: We May Not Have Seen The Last Of Albus Dumbledore Just Yet

The Harry Potter universe would never be complete without a cast as magical as the storylines are. The genius and talented Eddie Redmayne, who stunned the audience and critics alike in his roles in “Les Miserables,” “The Danish Girl,” and as Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything,” will be taking the lead role in this magical prequel to “Harry Potter.”

David Yates will be directing “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them” and its possible sequel, which is not yet named. He may be familiar to some since he had directed the last four “Harry Potter” films. “Fantastic Beasts” boasts of an all-star cast that fans did not imagine earlier that they would see in a film connected to “Harry Potter.”

These include Ezra Miller, Ron Perlman, Colin Farell, Jon Voigt and a whole lot more. It has also been reported that the movie “moves deeper into an increasingly dark time for the wizarding world, where Newt and our other heroes have to decide on their allegiances.”

As for the role of Dumbledore, Michael Gambon has taken the role of the beloved wizard from Hogwarts whom fans have loved since “Harry Potter” was first released. The talented and legendary actor has already devised a perfect scheme as to how he can nail his monumental role in the Harry Potter spin-off, says a report in Cinema Blend.

While Gambon is considerably too old to play a young Dumbledore, he initially insisted that he could play Dumbledore’s father in a flashback. That would make perfect sense considering that Albus Dumbledore was one of the most endeared features of the entire “Harry Potter” franchise. With that and much more coming up, it appears that “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” is rigging up to be a real treat for everyone when it hits the big screen.

With a possible brand new take on Dumbledore, an award-winning and widely renowned all-star cast and an exciting setting, which is in 1926 in New York City, “Fantastic Beasts” is sure to enchant every viewer with its magical spells when it comes out on November 18, 2016. The Sequel will be out in November 2018, and the third one sometime in 2020. [Source]