Professor McGonagall is set to star in the new film but Harry Potter fans aren't happy about it.
While the film is set to hit the screens on November 16, the early reviews of Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald are out and it seems that the fantasy film has failed to fulfil the expectations of the critics as they called it a one-time watch.
Warner Bros.' Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has debuted on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes with a 56% "rotten". But as this new video points out, there are even more serious connections to the Potter universe.
Warner Bros confirmed actress Fiona Glascott will play Minerva McGonagall in the new film.
Based off of the fifth book, The Order of the Phoenix, fans have worked out that Professor McGonagall was born in 1935.
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This would mean she graduated in 1954 and would have been a first-year student in 1947. Many are happy to subscribe to Grindelwald's pure-blood ideology by the end the movie, and some of those who choose to become followers are particularly unsettling - a testament to the storytelling in Crimes of Grindelwald, which reveals much more about the dark pasts of some of the franchise's most intriguing characters.
One said: "I know JKR is bad at math but this is ridiculous".
If Hagrid were to appear in an upcoming Fantastic Beasts film, what actor would you like to see? He's just one of many in search of a young man named Credence (Ezra Miller), an Obscurial, whose repressed magical powers have left him dangerously uncontrollable.
Will there be a magical explanation for McGonagall's appearance?
The second movie in the instalment is said to include lots of action in and around the United Kingdom - including scenes at Hogwarts.