In his speech, Depp’s Grindelwald explained the character’s view of Muggles.
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Actor Johnny Depp gave "Harry Potter" fans a look at his coming portrayal of the pale and disheveled villain Grindelwald, delivering a monologue in character to a cheering Saturday audience at San Diego Comic-Con.Depp's appearance followed a panel discussion with Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law and other stars of upcoming movie "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald," the second movie in a five-part spinoff of the beloved "Harry Potter" films.In his onstage speech, Depp's Grindelwald explained the character's view of Muggles, the ordinary humans without magical powers.
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