The first trailer for "Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald" has arrived, and "Harry Potter" fans are reveling in the new look at young Albus Dumbledore. Though Johnny Depp's casting as the Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald remains controversial, and diehard fans are dragging J.K. Rowling for an apparition mistake, the trailer has people hyped.
Keep reading for a look at all the smaller details and moments you might have overlooked in the trailer.
Jacob Kowalski is back!
At the end of the first "Fantastic Beasts" movie, Kowalski, a No-Maj who joined up with Newt Scamander, got his memory erased. But the movie's ending suggests he still retained a few fragments, and it looks like he'll reunite with Scamander in "Crimes of Grindelwald."
We have the first good look of Jude Law playing Albus Dumbledore.
In the "Harry Potter" movies, Dumbledore was played by Richard Harris in the first two and then Michael Gambon after Harris passed away. Jude Law plays the younger version of him, when he's the transfiguration professor at Hogwarts.
He's in a different office than we're used to.
In the "Harry Potter" movies, Dumbledore occupied the Headmaster's office at Hogwarts. In these films, he has a classroom instead. Armando Dippet was the Hogwarts headmaster in these days.
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