Fantastic Beasts
A poster of "Fantastic Beasts 2." Fantastic Beasts/ Facebook

New character descriptions of “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” have surfaced online. A lot has changed since the villain was caught in the first movie. Newt (Eddie Redmayne) has launched his book, and is now famous, and the other characters are all busy with their own work.

The “Harry Potter” films showed the book “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” The book has finally been launched, and Newt is famous for it, Collider reports. The Magizoologist is uncomfortable with all this sudden fame, and would rather spend his time studying, rescuing, and caring for magical creatures. However, his former professor Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) wants to recruit him for another job.

Tina (Katherine Waterston) will be reinstated as an Auror after the events of the first movie. She will be in Paris in the sequel, working on a secret unauthorised case. She will be searching for Credence (Ezra Miller), who continues to be a threat to the wizarding world because he is an Obscurial. Tina, however, isn’t the only one searching for him.

Queenie (Alison Sudol) is still in love with the No-Maj Jacob Kowalski (Dan Fogler), who became a baker in the first film. Their love is forbidden, but Queenie’s determination creates a rift between her and her sister Tina. Queenie will use her magic to take Jacob to England, where it will be easier for her to be in a relationship with him. The move, however, will backfire, and it will leave her “desperate” and “vulnerable.”

Jacob will be upset with Queenie for taking him to England suddenly. He doesn’t have any memory of how he got there, and he doesn’t have any money either. Queenie will leave in tears after reading his thoughts. Jacob will have to team up with Newt once again to go after her.