Professor McGonagall: The New 'Fantastic Beasts' Film Has Weird Casting

Redmayne teases 'jaw-dropping secrets' of Fantastic Beasts sequel

Redmayne teases 'jaw-dropping secrets' of Fantastic Beasts sequel

Warner Bros. Pictures' Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald directed by David Yates will hit the big screens on November 16. There are plenty more reviews still to be counted, so expect that Tomatometer score to chop and change over the course of the weekend.

You know how Harry Potter fans are aggressively normal people who don't over-relate with the popular book and film franchise? No? But as this new video points out, there are even more serious connections to the Potter universe.

Clip via Warner Bros. While it's not explicitly stated in the books, some maths nerds have worked backwards, citing evidence from The Order Of The Phoenix which reveals that Professor McGonagall started working at Hogwarts in December 1956, after working for the Ministry of Magic for two years after graduation.

So grab your wand, your trusty case and a Niffler (if you've got one handy), because it's time to get ready for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald.

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Fiona has previously starred in the movie Brooklyn and the TV show Indian Summers. "How is the biography she wrote 4 years ago about McGonagall and how she was a student under Dumbledore fits with mcgonagall being a professor in 1927?!?"

Is the Fantastic Beasts prequel series already beginning to lose its spark?

After appearing right at the very end of the first film, Johnny Depp returns for a much larger role as Gellert Grindelwald.

The second movie in the instalment is said to include lots of action in and around the United Kingdom - including scenes at Hogwarts.

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