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  1. There were reports about that back in 2016, but this follow-up article pointed out Yates was only committed to the first two so far: https://ew.com/article/2016/11/12/fantastic-beasts-david-yates-not-directing-all-five-films/ My guess, however, is they will continue with him.
  2. Prediction: The movie does so incredibly well in its opening week that Yates signs on to direct the rest of the films in the upcoming weeks.
  3. Here's the TV spot: In my opinion I think they look too cartoony.
  4. Lots of new TV spots. I wish I had the willpower to stay away from them, but the footage looks very nice as always. I don't like the cats though.
  5. 5 new set photos: https://www.snitchseeker.com/harry-potter-news/5-new-fantastic-beasts-the-crimes-of-grindelwald-on-set-photos-with-yates-and-cast-110699/
  6. I know you didn't mention colours, that was generally directed at comments I've read on Reddit now and then. And while you are correct in your observations, there are some grey shots here too. Personally I'm digging the framing of a lot of shots, especially those with Grindelwald.
  7. Looks like a pretty movie. I know there are people who scream for more colours in these films, but a grey look is expected (and suitable) at this point; it's sorta become a wizarding world "trademark" since PoA visually speaking.
  8. The first part of "Salamander Eyes" sounds exactly like the music for the first film. It's like how CoS repeated a lot of the score from PS. I had liked it better if it was the same theme, but with some new additions. Even the main leitmotif in Harry Potter, "Hedwig's theme", was often reused with slight variations by Hooper, Doyle and Desplat in their respective films. I was a fan of that. Here's an example I really like where the theme leads into a new melody: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKorLD7crf8
  9. I hope it does better than recent Marvel movies. Potter is more my cup of tea when it comes to blockbusters: Visually spectacular and appealing to a broad audience, but always rich in story and characters
  10. Perfect framing. Within seconds it really captures the scope of the situation in addition to Grindelwald's charismatic qualities. He owns this show and he knows it.
  11. I noticed a new background to the close up of the owl, as well as a CGI-ed Paris postcard. Looks great. I'm curious about Jacob's business in those mysterious vaults.
  12. Exactly. He's always been in the background pulling the strings.
  13. That's some sharp observations. That'd be really cool.

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