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That little book has now become the seed of a franchise – there are four films to come – based on its author, Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), a wizard Magizoologist with a mop haircut, a bashful grin, and one fabulous briefcase.Director David Yates, of the last four Potter films, has clearly spared no expense in creating this Jazz Age Big Apple, from the grand skyscrapers and period automobiles to Colleen Atwood's delicious costumes, to of course the endlessly inventive CGI beasts.It's not the best time for a young wizard and his pets to be arriving. So the wizards' governing body, MACUSA, is suppressing all magical beasts, lest they expose the wizards.It's particularly inconvenient when Newt's creatures are accidentally set loose across the city.
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