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Oct 2018
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Added scans from the new Fantastic Beasts/ Harry Potter issue of Entertainment Weekly to our gallery! Love the “Beastie Boy” reference to Newt!

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Eddie Redmayne Web > PUBLICATIONS > 2018 > October 19 | Entertainment Weekly

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Oct 2018
Comments Off on Entertainment Weekly Cover Shoot: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’: Inside The Magic
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“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” stars Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Zoë Kravitz, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler, Callum Turner, and Claudia Kim open up about their film for this EW cover shoot.

17
Oct 2018
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Entertainment Weekly features Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald on their new cover. Here is a highlight from EW.com.

In this week’s issue, EW goes behind the scenes of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, plus we reveal the untold stories of Harry Potter with exclusive never-before-revealed tales, photos and interviews — including a rare chat with author J.K. Rowling.

But first, here’s some scoop on the Fantastic Beasts sequel, which insiders say represented an across-the-board leveling up from 2016’s franchise-launching hit Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

“The script is labyrinthian,” says Eddie Redmayne, who returns as the beast-protecting Newt Scamander “It’s like you’re going down this maze and Jo is weaving the stories together with such intricacy. Along the way these connections to Harry Potter and secrets are falling at your feet. And there is one…”

The Oscar-winner pauses, knowing he’s treading into heavy spoiler territory.

“I got to the end and my jaw dropped,” he says. “There was one thing I didn’t see coming.”

Dan Fogler, who plays affable muggle Jacob Kowalski in the film, is one of the few people who’s actually seen the ultra-secretive project. We spoke to the actor shortly after he finished watching a private screening and he was as excited as any Harry Potter fan stepping out of a cineplex.

“It reminds me a lot of The Empire Strikes Back,” Fogler says. “The first movie is so positive. It’s sweet and lovely. But this time everybody is really put under fire. People are gonna see this like a 100 times just to get everything. They’re going to be going nuts that they have to wait for the next one.”

The setup: Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) escapes during transport and begins rallying an army of supporters by pledging to unify the wizarding world and rule muggles. That leaves Hogwarts professor Dumbledore (Jude Law), the dark wizard’s former childhood friend (and perhaps more?), to enlist his expelled former student Newt and, by extension, his American friends — rebellious auror Tina (Katherine Waterston), her telepathic sister Queenie (Alison Sudol), and Jacob (Fogler). But really, that’s only the beginning of a twisty tale that hits the ground running and could be the darkest film from the Harry Potter universe yet.

In this week’s issue, we spoke the entire core cast (including Depp, giving his first interview about his character) to gain some unprecedented insight about the film. Plus, Harry Potter directors reveal their favorite shots from each of the eight films, a never-before-told story on staging the very first Quidditch match in Sorcerer’s Stone, a remembrance of Alan Rickman from his castmates, Rowling reveals new character details, and more.

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Oct 2018
Comments Off on Eddie Redmanye Web Has an All New Look
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Eddie Redmayne Web has an all new look thanks to the talents of Claudia at Never Enough Design.

We hope you like the look of version six as much as we do!

25
Sep 2018
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I have added a new photoshoot that Eddie participated in during his time at the San Diego Comic Con this year. There are some outtakes with his Fantastic Beasts co-stars.

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Eddie Redmayne Web > Outtakes > 2018 > 005

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Sep 2018
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A new character poster of Eddie as Newt for The Crimes of Grindewald has been released. View it in our gallery now!

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Eddie Redmayne Web > 2018 | Fantastic Beasts : The Crimes Of Grindewald > Posters & Advertisements

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Sep 2018
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IT IS FINALLY HERE!!!! Only a month and a half until November 16th!

21
Sep 2018
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Earlier this month Eddie & Jude attended ‘Back To Hogwarts’ Day Celebration at Kings Cross Station in London. They spoke and took selfies with fans! I have added images to the gallery!

Gallery Links:
Eddie Redmayne Web > 2018 > September 1 | Fantastic Beasts – ‘Back To Hogwarts’ Day Celebration

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Sep 2018
Comments Off on Eddie Redmayne shares his favorite passage from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone turns 20 this year. What better way to celebrate than have Fantastic Beasts’ Eddie Redmayne read his favorite passage?

Can you believe that Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone turns 20 this year? To celebrate, Eddie Redmayne shares his favorite passage and makes it clear he should be the one to do the audiobook if it ever gets updated.

The first book in the Wizarding World is an extremely important one, and not just because it starts the journey of Harry Potter, Boy Wizard. It has some beautiful messages from the very beginning. It shouldn’t be surprising that Eddie Redmayne’s favorite passage is one from very early on in the book.

He shared a reading of it on the Scholastic Twitter feed, which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the novel being released in the United States. Because it’s the anniversary of the U.S. version of the novel, Redmayne introduces it as “The Sorcerer’s Stone,” as that was the name given to the version in North America.

The Fantastic Beasts actor has been a fan of the novels long before he got the part of Newt Scamander. It’s in the first book that we’re introduced to the Magizoologist, although not in character form. We get to know about his textbook, which is in the process of creation in the Fantastic Beasts movies.

Redmayne’s chosen passage is that of Harry Potter sleeping, not knowing his true worth; not realizing everything that is happening in secret. This was before he realized he was a wizard, just trying to survive each day in the house with the Dursleys. It’s a beautiful passage that reminds us that we don’t always see who we really are, but there are others out there who do.

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Aug 2018
Comments Off on Zoë Kravitz reacts to her character getting dissed in Fantastic Beasts
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“I’m not allowed to say anything about that!” exclaims Zoë Kravitz, echoing the most common thing we hear from actors in the latest super-secret Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

And no wonder: The 29-year-old actress/singer/model plays the mysterious Leta (pronounced lee-tah) Lestrange, Newt Scamander’s (Eddie Redmayne) former “close friend” from his Hogwarts days who shares a surname with one of the most notorious dark wizards of all time, Bellatrix Estrange (Helena Bonham Carter in the Potter films), and who’s rumored to be the half-sister of troubled Credence Barebone (Ezra Miller) — which is the topic she’s forbidden from discussing.

But according to executive producer David Heyman, Leta might simply be misunderstood. “Leta is in some ways burdened by her name,” he says. “The fact that she is a Lestrange has led some people to believe her to be a bad person. But as with a lot of J.K. Rowling’s writing, you have a rich complex character, and it’s one that Zoe brings to life.”

While Redmayne says, of Newt’s relationship with Leta: “It’s one of those relationships where there was definitely great love there, there was also romance, but was it ever a full blown relationship? I don’t know. But certainly she’s somebody who has touched [Newt] hugely and at the beginning of this film you realize she’s in a relationship with his brother so, of course, that comes with great complications.”

Below, Kravitz herself also gave us a few tidbits (including a reaction to Leta getting dissed by Queenie in the first film):

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So what can you tell us about Leta?
ZOE KRAVITZ: We’ve only seen her previously in a photograph from Newt’s office. They’re friends from childhood when they went to Hogwarts. They have quite a special bond and she was always looked at as an outcast, just as Newt was. Now he’s come back into town and learns she’s become engaged to his brother Theseus, so that’s an awkward situation.

Why awkward? Were Newt and Leta actually romantically involved?
I don’t think it ever went to that place, but Newt has so few friends and connections in his childhood, maybe in his mind it might have gone there? I don’t think it was ever acted upon. But it still feels like a betrayal when she ends up with Theseus.

And from what I hear, she’s got a bad reputation?
Yeah, being a pureblood is a big deal. When she walks into a party people take a double take. She’s always felt like an outcast because of that and she’s very edgy because she’s used to being judged, and has created a bubble of protection of herself.

In Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Queenie dissed Leta as a “taker” not “a giver,” was that kinda rude?
I think that’s a bit of a harsh judgment! Newt is such an awkward person he has a hard time standing up for himself, maybe he doesn’t vocalize what he feels and it looks like he’s getting walked on. But Leta is a compassionate person, especially towards Newt. But she’s also a powerful person, a force, and that could become a problem between them.

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