Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
The Original ScreenplayBook - 2016
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Let’s be honest, 2016 has been kind of a hot mess. Between so many celebrity deaths (David Bowie, Sharon Jones, Prince, Alan Rickman, Muhammad Ali, Elie Wiesel holy cow, SO MANY) and some, uh, general upheaval, most people are ready to write this one off as a loss. But! As much as we’d like to say goodbye and good riddance to the year as a whole, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention one of the ... (more)
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LPL_FisherA Dec 13, 2016
Who would have known that my favorite book of the year would be a screenplay written by literary goddess J.K. Rowling herself. I love the ways in which Rowling expands her wizarding world in Fantastic Beasts because it not only made me feel like a kid again but also transported me to a magical w... Read More »
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Newt Scamander heads to New York to let loose a creature he is taking care of but along the way he meets Propentina " Tina" Goldstein a MACUSA detective ( The Magical Congress of the United States of America ) and her sister Queenie Goldstein along with Jacob Kowalski and they team up to find a monster that has been wreaking havoc through NYC. Join Newt and Co. as they search for the monster and come across the most evil wizard before VOLDEMORT himself (I wish I could have done green letters for VOLDEMORT ) :)
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