[borda1]https://cdn.potterish.com/wp-content/2018/02/07075222/victoria-yeates-crimes-de-grindelwald-animais-fant%C3%A1sticos-harry-potter.png[meio]The actress Victoria Yeates, who will play Bunty in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald, revealed details about the presence of the young Albus Dumbledore in the movie.

“In these films you’re really getting to see how Dumbledore becomes Dumbledore. What we go through, the beasts within us, what we have to overcome to become the people that we want to become”, she told on an interview to Radio Times. Details about her character, however, remain in secret: “Bunty. She’s a lovely character. Basically, I can tell you nothing.”

A big fan of [J.K. Rowling], who writes the scripts for the Fantastic Beasts movies, Victoria said that she was nervous about meeting her. “She is everything you would expect, she’s down to earth, she’s funny, she’s intelligent, she’s open… She’s on set a lot, she’s just a really normal, approachable person. A role model for me, really. I hope I could be a bit of what she is.”

Directed by [David Yates] , Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is set in New York. London and Paris and has reference to the Harry Potter series. A few months after being captured, Gellert Grindelwald makes a dramatic scape from the MACUSA and starts gathering followers to his wizard supremacy cause. With the help of the magizoologist Newt Scamander, the only one that can stop him is Albus Dumbledore, Transfiguration teacher at Hogwarts. In a much darker era of the Wizarding World, however, the characters will face dangers capable of testing their loyalties. The worldwide première will take place on November 16th, 2018.


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