“Fantastic Beats” starring Eddie Redmain as Newt Scamander, who embarked on a one-of-a-kind adventure that took place decades before Hatter Potter’s book.
In an interview with a variety of actors for the actors presented by Amazon Studios, Jamie Doran recalls celebrating with Eddie Redmain on a holiday in Istanbul – a close friend of the two – when he received the news that he would be acting as Newt.
The two actors discussed their latest roles among other topics In the romantic fantasy “Wild Mountain Thyme” directed by John Patrick Chanley, Doranon tries to understand an Irish man’s feelings for his neighbor.
In “The Trial of Chicago T,” written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, Redmain played the role of anti-war activist Tom Hayden, who faced federal accusations for protesting at the 1968 Democratic National Conference.
Redmain is now filming “Fantastic Beats 3” which has never been an easy production. Warner Bros. Tentpole had to delay the summer shooting date due to the coronavirus, and Johnny Depp – which had to be rebuilt – featured by wizard Gelart Grindelwald – was asked by the studio to resign after allegations of abuse.
Mads Mikkelsen will now play Grindelwald.
“What can we expect from the third installment of ‘Fantastic Beasts’?” Dornon asks Redmain.
“I can’t tell you anything but the fact that I think I had a few nights at Watford in Lewesden, [England], That we were shot in the water in the summer, ”says Redmine. And suddenly you find yourself swimming outside in the British winter. “
After the break, Redmain added: “What can I tell you about this plot? Really, not much, mate. I mean, when you come to dinner, I can tell you. Except – I can’t, because that’s it. I signed the NDA. “
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