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“There is a legend in your family that a phoenix will come to any member who is in dire need..” –  Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”: Deleted, Alternate and Cut scenes. [Part Final]

Some photos released in books or promos, shows some scenes that are not in the movie, like the one above and THIS one. Both with Johnny and Alison as Grindelwald and Queenie in a rehearsal or deleted scene.

The photo above happens when Queenie meets Grindelwald for the first time in his hideout. In the movie she kept pointing her wand in his direction, until he takes. In this scene, it seems that he is trying to be “friendly” towards her, who has a blanket to keep her warm after the rain.
In the other photo, Grindelwald leaves an astonished
Queenie in a garden, probably in Numengard. In the book, “Lights, Camera,
Magic! – The Making of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”
, the photo
is described as “Queenie is given plenty to think about by Grindelwald”

DELETED SCENES REVEALED BY THE CAST:

[Extended] Alison Sudol, who plays Queenie, revealed that her
entrance at the French Ministry of Magic, has a longer scene showing that she
having a hard time trying to walk on the sloped floor and she loses her steps,
slipping and turning her feet sometimes. A shot purely on her feet was shot and
Alison really missed when she watched the movie. 

[Extended] Dan Fogler revealed that there’s an extended version of
Jacob and Queenie quarrel in Paris. 

[Deleted/Unfinished] Claudia Kim (Nagini) and Ezra Miller (Credence) revealed a scene is
which Flamel give them croissants. The sad scene, where everyone was crying, was shot for less than an hour a
day during three weeks on the sunset. Callum Turner (Theseus) revealed that the scene was
shot in the reshoots, but after all the work the producers said that the scene
was too long and that “didn’t work”. Dan Fogler (Jacob) revealed that the scene was
supposed to be an alternative ending. This seems to be the most missed scene by the actors. 

[Deleted/Unfinished] Jude Law revealed that Dumbledore had a scene
with another professor, a certain female professor (McGonagall), which didn’t
make it, but he wish it had. 

Eddie Redmayne revealed a lot of deleted scenes:

[Deleted] After the first scene where Newt refuses to become an
Auror in the

French Ministry of Magic, he kinda storms out, and goes to a wizarding pub. His brother (Theseus) comes and they have a conversation, while Pickett
was busy getting drunk on a butterbeer. Eddie loved the scene, but he quite
understand why it was cut (maybe for Pickett being a loved character by children, and also to avoid an alcoholism theme, once the butterbeer may have a very slight alcoholic content). 

[Extended/Deleted] There’s an extended scene of when Leta’s history
is revealed. She has a break down, everyone in the room felt, and Newt ran over
to her to check if she was okay. 

[Deleted] There’s an extended scene of the baby Nifflers scenes. 

[Extended/Deleted] The scene in the Ministry is quite longer. When
Leta, Tina and Newt are being chased by the Matagot’s (the black cats). Newt
left his case fell  and while Tina let down to go and get it, she contra attacks all
of the cats. Meanwhile, Leta is being trounced on by these cats, and contra
attacks to save Newt, and then he has the idea that they should get into the
case.

UNSEEN FOOTAGE: 10 Scenes.
TOTAL: At least 38 scenes were deleted, alternate or cut, most of them remains unreleased.

Will we have the chance to see them? Who knows? We’ll have to wait 4 more months to know which scene(s) will be on the DVD…

> DELETED SCENES: Part 1 e Part 2.

“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”: Deleted, Alternate and Cut scenes. [Part 2]

And the list goes on…

[Slightly Cut] Grindelwald raising his right arm while watches Credence.
[Alternate] 

A different angle from Grindelwald’s acolytes carrying coffins.

[Deleted]  Abernathy, kinda scared, at Lestrange Family Tomb. 
[Deleted] Vinda Rosier spying someone.

[Deleted]

Leta Lestrange ballroom scene. WHY THEY DELETE IT!

[Alternate] Different angle of Dumbledore watching the Erised Mirror. 
[Deleted] Grindelwald walking in his hideout in Paris or in Nurmengard. 

[Deleted] Yusef looking at the Lestrange family tree in his hideout and Tina walking up to the same place. 

[Deleted] Nagini walking on the rooftops of the house she and
Credence is hidden in Paris, sometime between the black fabrics and Grindelwald
visit. 

[Deleted] Credence releasing his Obscurus in Paris and then it returning back, while Nagini is on his side on the rooftop of the house they are hidden.

[Unfinished, Deleted and Alternate] Grimmson, after his murder attempt, is seen using a protective chant. The bubble effect is not shown in the trailer. A deleted scene of Credence in human form attacking and an alternate take of his attack are also missing.  

[Deleted] A view, through a passage, of Grindelwald and Vinda Rosier in the center of the rally, probable after his “vision”.

[Unfinished] Grindelwald’s dragon chant is slightly
different: In the movie it has longer wings and longer, and curvy, horns. Also, its face is
not completely shown in the movie. 
[Slightly Cut]

Jacob surprised with the Dragon and being
protected by Tina while she attacks is slightly cut, being shown only she helping him to
stand up. 

[Unfinished] In the trailers, the scene where Credence is in Nurmengard, don’t shows the Phoenix. But the scene is shown in a the Russian Trailer.

DIFFERENCES: 17 scenes.
TOTAL: 28 scenes shown in the trailers were deleted, cut or alternate in the movie. And there’s more.
NEXT: Deleted scenes revealed by the cast.

“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”: Deleted, Alternate and Cut scenes. [Part 1]

When you watch a couple of times the trailers and the movie, you start noticing some differences:

[Deleted] View of Hogwarts Castle by the lake.

[Alternate]

Newt repairs Queenie’s torn postcard, but the image is different. In the trailer is from the Eiffel Tower. In the movie is from the statue.

[Deleted]

While Dumbledore and Newt are walking in London, the
professor put out the lights using his Deluminator/Put-Outer device. 

[Alternate]

Newt repairs Queenie’s torn postcard, but the image is
from the Eiffel Tower, in the movie is the statue. 

[Slightly Cut] Newt and Jacob few moments before leaving to search
for Tina and Queenie. In the movie is slightly different, not showing Newt
walking to his closet.

[Deleted]

A different take of Queenie at the

French Ministry of Magic. 

[Deleted]

Credence checking out a poster in New York before he joins the circus Arkanus. Considering the date in a poster (December 3), some people also believes to be a cut scene from “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”.

[Deleted]

Dumbledore walking through Hogwarts’ corridors and seating
on the edge of his table.

[Deleted]

The Hufflepuff classmate using the “Riddikulus” chant. 

[Slightly Cut]

Dumbledore positions Newt to try his chant, but in the movie was slightly cut.

[Alternate] The scene in which Newt confesses his fear of working in an office has a different angle.

DIFFERENCES: 11 Scenes

“Johnny Depp and Ezra Miller sharing a joke at last week’s premiere of Fantastic Beasts 2.“

Photo by 

David Dettmann Photography

New Exclusive Poster!

6 new “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” characters posters will be given FOR FREE at the AT&T

participating stores

in the USA!!! The releases started yesterday (Nov. 2), and in the next weeks, two of kind will be released. Also, each poster has a special code for exclusive videos!

* Nov. 2 ~ 8:  Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) and Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne)

* Nov. 9

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15: Leta Lestrange (Zoë Kravitz) and Tina Goldstein (Katherine Waterston)

* Nov. 16

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22: Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) and Credence (Ezra Miller)

Ps. It’s been said that only Grindelwald and Credence still unreleased, because some people already got the Tina poster. 

For more information, click HERE

Fantastics Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald New Grindelwald and Credence Poster!

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