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Old 11-18-2016, 10:09 PM
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Post 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel to begin filming this July, will be 'like a dream', darker

David Yates, who has been a fountain of information during the press rounds of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, revealed that the sequel will begin filming this coming July. The director also noted that J.K. Rowling's script for the second installment is very different from the first, and more 'like a dream', but quite dark. That can be watched at the very end of the interview below.

ScreenSlam: Do you plan on doing the other ones?
David Yates:
Well, Iím making the next one now, so weíre in preproduction. We start shooting in July. Thatís going to take me a couple of years Ė weíll be back here in two yearsí time presenting it. I want to carry on working on them in some shape or form because I love the people Iím working with. Itís inspiring and exciting to be working with these people.

Will I direct more of them? I think I may. I donít know yet. There such big endeavors, one can only look at one at a time, really. Thatís what you have to do. Iím excited about the next one. Itís very different to the first one. The next one is like a dream. Itís quite dark and interesting and lyrical, and very different to the first one. Itís a testament to Jo as a writer that sheís not repeating herself. Sheís stretching for something that feels much more unusual, actually. So for me, as a filmmaker, thatís exciting.

Of course itís got the narrative continuity, so Newt and all the characters come back and they go through an adventure of sorts, but it just feels very different. And thatís what excites me. I suspect Jo will, as she develops these stories, she doesnít want to repeat herself either, so theyíll all feel a little different as we move along. I hope so anyway.
Eddie Redmayne recently admitted that he has not read the script for the sequel, and does not expect to do so in some time.

Have you read the second script?
No. The impression I get is I wonít for a while.
The second movie, "Fantastic Beasts and ... _______", will bring back series regulars Redmayne, Dan Fogler, Ezra Miller (who confessed with Fogler that Credence will have a much different hairstyle in the sequel), Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, Johnny Depp, and Zoe Kravitz. Set production will begin this February, said Yates, and the movie will take place in spring/summer 1928 Paris.

Redmayne joined several British (and American celebrities) for this year's BBC's Children in Need charity skit, dressed head to toe as Newt Scamander on the Fantastic Beasts' The Blind Pig set and trying with all his might to find Pudsey the bear. That fun clip can be watched below.

By the way, expect to get more details from J.K. Rowling's screenplay for Fantastic Beasts, available right here for purchase!

Read SnitchSeeker's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them set visit reports right here, including about the great things the cast said about Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, and how 1926-era New York City came to life.

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Oh my God, I'm dying!!! lol
Well, my heart stopped for a while when Newt Scamander started to talk with the Doctor, to be honest... *_*
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