‘Crimes of Grindelwald’ trailer and poster unveiled at Comic-Con

The new Fantastic Beasts trailer is 😍🔥😍🔥!!! (INTENSE!!)


Get your cloaks ready — we’ve got a brand new trailer and poster!

Warner Bros. released the second ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ trailer during San Diego’s Comic-Con International Saturday morning.

The trailer suggests that there will be a lot of focus on Newt’s backstory and past. And, of course, Grindelwald will be front and center in this film.


Is it just us or does this movie look a lot darker than the first! We’re so excited!!

But that wasn’t the only bit of ‘Fantastic’ goodness (😏) fans were treated to.

Warner Bros. also released a gorgeous poster filled with clues nodding to what we can expect to see in the upcoming movie.


The Deathly Hallows symbol is front and center, of course. And some are speculating that the symbol behind Queenie’s head is that of Grindelwald’s (similar to how Voldemort would have used the Dark Mark). We know that Grindelwald employed the Deathly Hallows symbol in his mark, and if you look closely you’ll catch a glimpse of what appears to be the Elder Wand straight running between the mirrored G’s.

Fans will also notice the nods to Hogwarts and Circus Arcanus (both of which will make appearances in the upcoming movie).

Marketing for ‘Crimes of Grindelwald’ is gearing up! A number of new photos and details — including a look at young Newt and an interview about Dumbledore with Jude Law — have surfaced online in the last week.

Expect a lot more to come in the coming weeks and be sure to keep an eye on Bookstacked for the latest!

What do you think of the Crimes of Grindelwald trailer and poster?

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