"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" director David Yates, right, and producer David Heyman pose in New York, November 7, 2016.
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The jury is out on whether the five-movie spinoff will conjure up the entertainment magic of "Harry Potter".It will test whether the young audience that drove eight Potter films to gross $7 billion worldwide will turn out for a film set 70 years before Harry Potter entered Hogwarts.Ten days ahead of release, with no reviews yet, analysts predict a $75 – $100 million opening weekend in North America – about half the gross for the last Potter movie."Fantastic Beasts" began life in 2001 as a slim textbook, belonging to Harry Potter, listing imaginary creatures and illustrated with basic pen and ink drawings.
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