Funko has revealed its upcoming range of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Pop!
vinyl figures which includes Newt Scamander, Tina Goldstein, Queenie Goldstein, Jacob Kowalski, Seraphina Picquery, Percival Graves and a Niffler; take a look below…This November, J. Rowling’s Wizarding World continues with the upcoming film from Warner Bros.
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You can also collect a flocked Niffler, available exclusively at Hot Topic, and a Niffler holding a coin purse, only available at Target! See Also: Meet the magical creatures of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them opens in 1926 as Newt Scamander has » - Amie Cranswick Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is going to be a welcomed return to the wizarding world, even though it will be very different from the Harry Potter movies themselves. Recently, Collider released an interview that took place with producer David Heyman during a Fantastic Beasts set visit last December.
As it turns out, it could have been even more different than the movie that we are getting in November. Well, the movie was originally conceived as a documentary-style movie based on the Fantastic Beasts book by J. In the interview, he revealed that the original concept for the movie was very different and would have been a mockumentary about Newt Scamander, the magizoologist who "wrote" the textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Here is what Heyman had to say about it."We were thinking about what to do and Lionel Wigram, who was » - Movie Web Ezra Miller is set to play The Flash for Warner Bros. It's been a long time since the Golden Age of Hollywood when the studio system was still in use.
in both Justice League and his solo film, but he's also working with the studio on the Harry Potter spinoff, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. While actors and other creatives are free to work with whomever they choose, we still see a type of brand loyalty these days whether that's due to contracts or just enjoying the team at a certain studio (Disney/Marvel comes to mind).
Miller is currently set to play in two of Warner Bros' biggest franchises.
Growing up a big Harry Potter fan, the actor thought he'd never get a chance to play in that world telling Pottermore, "I thought it was over.
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This assured suspense drama, which sports little of the blackly comedic streak usually associated with its maker, is a solid commercial prospect that could also easily lend itself to remake sales.
Finnur (Kormakur) is a dedicated and talented heart surgeon with an attractive young wife (Margret Bjarnadottir) and very young daughter.
But he also has an older child by a prior marriage (that ex-wife now lives in Los Angeles), and Anna (Hera Hilmar) is the bane of his otherwise charmed existence.
A perpetual mess, she’s currently dropped out of school, unemployed, still relying on dad to pay the bills, and is “madly in love” with new beau Ottar (Gisli » - Dennis Harvey Graeme Robertson continues his series looking at directors who damaged their careers; next up is Michael Sarne (read the first part on Richard Kelly here, the second part on Michael Cimino here, the third part on George Lucas here, and the fourth part on Michael Sarne here)…Joel Schumacher is a strange addition to this series, mainly because his career implosion occurred much slower than previous entries, and somehow managing to survive a colossal disaster of a film that would have ended most careers.