The Final ‘Crimes Of Grindelwald’ Trailer Teases Voldemort’s Snake In Human Form

The Final Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald Trailer is Here

The Final Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald Trailer is Here

Claudia Kim as Nagini in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald premieres November 16. Warner Bros., however, chose to stand their ground-we'll see if it actually effects the film at the box office. Author and screenwriter J.K. Rowling tweeted that she'd been sitting on this secret "for around 20 years".

Harry Potter fans will instantly recognize this as the name of Lord Voldemort's snake, which the Dark wizard later uses as a Horcrux to preserve part of his soul in his efforts to gain immortality.

She added: "She wants to stay a human being and I think that's a wonderful contrast to the character".

The final trailer of Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law and Johnny Depp starrer Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is here and it looks every bit as magical and epic as one would have hoped. Nagini does have some measure of control over her transformation in the trailer; she may not know the scope of her condition or will experience physical consequences of transforming regularly. Maledictuses are always women, whereas werewolves can be either sex. In addition to the above, it will feature this wonderful buddy right here, who as far as we're concerned is the Most Fantastic Beast. "The Maledictus carries a blood curse from birth, which is passed down from mother to daughter", Rowling said. That, along with her character confirmed to be an employee or attraction at Circus Arcanus - which included an Enchanting Snake Girl - was the foundation for the claim that Kim's character was Nagini.

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Also, the EW article linked above says Nagini "has powers like wizards have". At the same time, I'm looking forward to seeing this side of Nagini, and it's a ideal opportunity to introduce another compelling female character to the franchise's rich mythology.

She does feel sometimes it's not controllable. Until then, she'll be racing against a ticking clock to preserve her humanity. I can't confirm she has powers like wizards have.

Other questions Rowling answered were about the difference between an Animagus and a Maledictus.

This reveal seems very Anakin-built-C-3PO to me.

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