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Newt Scamander with postcard (The Crimes Of Grindelwald)

The World Expands

In this second film in the Fantastic Beasts series, the characters are in Paris and thus expand the magical world of Harry Potter. And so Newt is shown here holding the postcard that drives him to Paris as well. He is wearing his usual 1920’s fashion outfit of grey short pants and brown boots, as well as a smart brown jacket and grey frock coat. At the level of the head, we find this famous haircut very short on one side and with a long lock of brown/red hair falling on his forehead. Finally, he holds his wand in his right hand and the postcard showing a view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower in black and white.


News from a friend

Newt Scamander is the new hero of the Harry Potter universe, the main character of the Fantastic Beasts films set in the early twentieth century, mainly in the United States. At the beginning of the second film, Gellert Grindelwald escapes from the prison in which he was put after his capture at the end of the first film. Dumbledore then contacts Newt to ask him to find him for him. Indeed, Dumbledore and Newt had a very close relationship when they were young and something prevents Dumbledore from pursuing him despite his actions and dark intentions. At the same time, Newt is also visited by his friend Jacob and Queenie, who are apparently reunited, who give him a postcard from Queenie’s sister Tina, who is in Paris and also seems to be on the trail of Gellert Grindelwald.


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