Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
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The latest trailer of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is out and there are much more elements in it than the previous ones.

The Harry Potter spin-off is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated movies of 2016 and Potter fans (known as Potterheads) are eagerly looking forward to it. The newly released trailer showcases several new elements from the upcoming British fantasy action movie that were previously unseen, including new magical creatures, characters and backgrounds.

One of the highlights of the trailer is the ongoing war between No-Maj (Muggles, people with no magical powers) and wizarding community of the United States. Amidst the battle, one of the No-Maj can be seen appearing on-screen often. In fact, he has almost as much screen time as Eddie Redmayne's character of Newt Scamander.

Though not much is known of this particular No-Maj, from the look of the trailer it seems that he has a significant role in the movie and accompanies Scamander on his journey to catch all the escaped magical creatures from his bag.

Though non-wizards always have some role or other in all the Harry Potter stories, they never had any prominent roles. Hence, it seems that with Fantastic Beasts, JK Rowling is going to introduce them in a new light.

Besides it, the trailer also shows what fans might expect from the movie. Like the previous ones, there are several references to the wizarding elements like wand duelling, wizard councils and the early 1990s setting. However, some more creatures can also be seen in the new trailer.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them is scheduled to release on November 17. Produced and written by Rowling, the author of the original book, the movie will star Eddie Redmayne as the protagonist Newt Scamander, a wizard who goes to America and accidentally opens his suitcase that consisted of several magical creatures. The creatures wreak havoc in the wizarding as well as No-Maj community of the country.