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The final 'Fantastic Beasts' trailer is so beautiful, we're crying

Everyone's going to love that cheeky jewellery-stealing Niffler

By Andrea Tim | Published: 29 Sep 2016

Video: Warner Bros. Pictures

Newt Scamander accidentally letting magical creatures out of his suitcase isn't the biggest problem in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Sure, it makes for a lot of inconvenience for him and his motley crew – not forgetting the fact that because of it, he's a wanted man – but there's a more sinister threat at hand.

The wizarding community is being hunted down by the New Salem Philanthropic Society, led by an extremist No-Maj Mary Lou Barebone, which is against all things magic. There is also a mention of Grindelwald, the same infamous dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald who befriended Albus Dumbledore prior to their fallout. His part in the plot remains mysterious, but in all fairness, we only want that mystery solved when the film hits cinemas this 17 November 2016.

What you should be enjoying about the final trailer is the many magical beasts that come to life from J.K. Rowling's books. Also, that little Niffler (a platypus-like creature that is attracted to shiny objects) is totally going to be a crowd favourite, we're sure of it.

Related: New 'Fantastic Beasts' teaser mentions Albus Dumbledore
Related: Pottermore announces three new Harry Potter books, out this September
Related: Why you shouldn't expect 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' to beat the novels


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