[borda1]https://cdn.potterish.com/wp-content/2017/11/16151047/AnimaisFant%C3%A1sticos_2_CrimesDeGrindelwald_Borda1.jpg[meio]In interview to the Entertainment Weekly, David Yates revealed the French term for “muggle” in Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald. It is the literal translation for “non-magical”: non-magique.

“[The wizarding world in Paris is] quite glamorous, it’s quite beautiful. There’s a community that lives alongside the muggle community, it’s much freer than in New York, where there’s segregation,” Yates told EW. “Paris is a bit like England, actually, not so hung up about the differences between the two. Magical people can freely move into non-magical communities as long as they’re discreet about their talents…”

Written by [J.K. Rowling] and directed by [David Yates], Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald premiers in November 16th, 2018 , the sequel takes place in New York, London and Paris, with references to the [Harry Potter] stories. A few months after being captured, Grindelwald escapes dramatically from MACUSA and conquers followers to his witch supremacy cause. With help from the magizoologist Newt Scamander, the only wizard capable of stopping him is Albus Dumbledore, a Hogwarts professor. In a darker era of the Wizarding World, the characters will face dangers to test their loyalty.

News by Pedro Martins
Translated by Mauren Leticia
Revised by Beatriz