Fantastic Beasts 3: Release Date And Everything We Know So Far
Fantastic Beasts 2 aka Crimes of Grindelwald released recently and ever since fans have been wondering when the third installment to the series should come out. More so than anything, fans want to know Credence’s backstory in Fantastic Beasts Merlin’s Beard. The first installment of the movie was called Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find them. You should also know that Fantastic Beasts 3 and 4 have been planned. So let’s get started on the Eddie Redmayne venture.
As announced earlier by Warner Bros. Fantastic Beasts 3 was supposed to be released in 2020. It was slated to release on November 20, 2020. This was followed by a delay in production; therefore instead of being shot in July 2019, Fantastic Beasts will now begin production in the fall of 2019. One has to see how much of a released delay that you mean. Release date may shift to 2021 or something on those lines. The reason for the delay was given by Dan Fogler (Jacob Kowalski) stating that Fantastic Beasts 3 is bigger than Fantastic Beasts 1 and 2 combined. Hence the makers require much more with it. The third part is going to be “gigantic” and hence needed a lot of planning.
As of now, J.K. Rowling is reworking upon the script of Fantastic Beasts because the second part of it was such a disappointment with audiences, fans, and critics.
If one were to look at the release date pattern of Fantastic Beasts, the first part came out in mid-November 2016 and the second in 2018. But it no longer seems that Fantastic Beasts 3 would be coming out in November 2020, 2020 is highly unlikely. Hence IMO, Warner Bros. will schedule Fantastic Beasts for November 2021.
Fantastic Beasts will be shot in Brazil. The first part was set in 1926 in New York, and the second film set in 1927, mostly in Paris. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in the 1930s, was a cue provided by J.K. Rowling along with the fact that professor from Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, the North American school of magic, will be seen in the movie. Let’s see how that pans out. More as we have it.