The movie "Wonderful Beasts 3" was released and with its completion, it prepared the future of this franchise. Directed by David Yates and based on a screenplay by JK Rowling and Steve Clause, it is the third in a series of five films planned from the ground up and is expected to take two decades to complete.
The movie "Wonderful Beasts 3" was released and with its completion, it prepared the future of this franchise. Directed by David Yates and based on a screenplay by JK Rowling and Steve Clause, it is the third in a series of five films planned from the ground up and is expected to take two decades to complete.<"The Amazing Beasts and Their Habitats" was about a witch named Newt Scamander and his adventures, but "Grindelwald Crimes" and "Dumbledore's Mysteries" went far beyond Newt's character to focus on Dumbledore, and Grindelwald in particular. And he has become so powerful in the world of witchcraft that most people (from decades before Lord Voldemort became famous) are afraid of him. "Dumbledore's Secrets" examines the history of this beloved character and Grindelwald and their bloody covenant, and further examines the dynamics and storyline of the Dumbledore family./li>
"Wonderful Beasts 3" has many characters, in which Dumbledore tries to stop Grindelwald, and the film contains a lot of information about the world of witches and How they work. The important point is that this work also provides the prelude to the film "Wonderful Beasts 4", the production of which, despite being introduced by Warner Bros. several years ago, its production is in a state of ambiguity. Let's take a look at the ending of "Amazing Beasts 3" to see what the future holds for the franchise, now that the bloody pact between Dumbledore and Grindelwald no longer stands in their way.
Explain Dumbledore's plan to Grindelwald/
Dumbledore knew he could not deal with Grindelwald because they could not with Fight each other. So the best he could do was prevent the Dark Wizard from gaining power. Of course, saying that was easier said than done. Dumbledore's plan was, in the first place, to prevent Grindelwald from advancing in any way he could, and to save Killin from him. Grindelwald's allies had already acquired one of the two existing creatures, which made things more difficult, but Dumbledore still had the upper hand, because Grindelwald did not know that there were actually two versions of this creature. He did his best to devise a plan to deceive Grindelwald and his associates into thinking they had the upper hand. His colleagues had to move him in the suitcase. Dumbledore knew what Grindelwald was thinking, and he wanted to make the whole wizarding world know that he had rigged the election by keeping Killin. The other part of Dumbledore's plan was to stop Santos' assassination and try to get Anton Vogel to do the right thing, to protect Killin for as long as necessary. Dumbledore knew that other parts of the map might go wrong, but Killin was the last and most important part. If Grindelwald had killed both Kilins before the election, stopping the assassination and convincing Vogel would be worthless.
Why is Anton Vogel helping Grindelwald gain power?
Anton Vogel ignored Dumbledore's message and did the right thing (and did the right thing). The German Minister of Magic was an interesting and unexpected obstacle for the team of Newt and Dumbledore, because the audience could not guess at all what he would do in the end. Anton Vogel had previously resigned as the supreme president of the International Confederation of Wizards. Vogel was preparing for future success by encouraging Grindelwald to run in the election. Killin's election fraud and Grindelwald's election meant that Vogel would have a great ally by his side forever.
He supported the ideology of Grindelwald, the Dark Wizard, and intended to Reach their main position and at the same time, the Magellans maintain their position. Vogel can maintain his power and influence when Grindelwald comes to power. Vogel was aware of Grindelwald's power and knew that his followers would be disappointed if he did not win the election. In general, Vogel was corrupt and involved in Grindelwald's dark deeds, working with him to achieve his goals, and he was not ashamed of it. He certainly did not want to do the right thing, he just wanted things to work out for him and Grindelwald, and he did not agree with Dumbledore at all.
Why was the bloody pact between Dumbledore and Grindelwald broken?
Dumbledore and Grindelwald Years ago (before they became enemies) they made a bloody pact that prevented them from dueling with each other. It was because of this bloody pact that Dumbledore hired a team to prevent Grindelwald from acting. However, the treaty was broken at the end of the film after Grindelwald aimed his cane at Aurelius to kill him.
Dumbledore intended to protect his nephew by reciting a spell, but His spell and Grindelwald intersected, and the bloody covenant was broken because Dumbledore's spell was out of love, while Grindelwald's spell was full of anger and hatred. Breaking a bloody pact is hard work because it has so much power. This pact was the only thing that prevented the two wizards from fighting each other. Also, their sacred oath no longer works, and their relationship is now destroyed and shattered like that bloody covenant. This causes Dumbledore and Grindelwald to eventually duel. It may not be a bloody covenant anymore, but there is still a strong connection between the two characters because of their covenant.
It turns out that Aurelius, like Ariana Dumbledore, is an obscure (young and powerful witch with dark forces) and that her magic has its roots in her childhood. has it. The Observer is a dark magical force that has become more terrifying due to the repressions of childhood and the abuse of the godmother Aurelius, and is in fact an uncontrollable force that feeds like a parasite on the witch. The force of the Aurelius Observer requires the apparent darkness that overcomes Aurelius when attacking others. Aurelius' magic appears in such situations and is quite terrible, but he does not have a full understanding of what he is doing in these situations. In these cases, a group of ureters (defenders of the wizarding world) must stop Aurelius.
This black magic acts like a magical disease in some ways, and those who become obsessed do not live long. Aurelius is an adult and because of this, his power is very high. In this film, the more energy the Observer consumes from him, the closer Aurelius gets to death. The more he used this power, the more this magic drained and poisoned him, and Aurelius became physically weaker than before. Aurelius is closer to death than ever before at the end of The Amazing Beasts 3, and his reunion with Abforth will probably mean that the last days of his life will be spent in the house that has always belonged to him.
Why are the Killies so revered (and where does the Harry Potter story fit?)
Keys in the world of "Wonderful Animals 3" are magical creatures that can see a person's soul to see if he has good intentions and a pure heart or not. Witches have a lot of respect for Killin because of his foresight and powers, which is why they used this magical creature as part of an election campaign. Killin bowed to every witch who was the purest candidate, and that move was the deciding factor in whether or not that person would become the next leader of the International Confederation of Wizards. Because of this, the kilns had a lot of power. Grindelwald himself knew that he did not have a pure heart. So he tried to rig the election by reviving the killer he had killed. In addition, Kilin's blood allowed him to see the world from a particular perspective.
In mythology, Kilin is considered a unicorn and originated in China. Killins were considered a sign of prosperity, and people believed that they recognized wise and eminent leaders well. This mythological story corresponds to Killin's storyline in "Wonderful Beasts 3". They were so important to the International Confederation of Wizards election and the Wizarding World, and it's a little strange that they have no place in Harry Potter books or movies. The kilns may have become extinct in the wizarding world at the time of the Harry Potter story. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.> Why did Quinnie Goldstein finally leave Grindelwald?
Quinnie Goldstein In the end, "Amazing Beasts 2" was accompanied by Grindelwald. Grindelwald promised Goldstein that he could marry Jacob Kowalski freely if he accompanied her. However, Quini continued to grow tired of Grindelwald's intentions and feared him. He feared Kowalski would return because he thought it was too late to do so, and he blamed himself for his actions in the second film and was unwilling to face Jacob or what he had done to him.
What happened between Tina and Newt?
Tina Goldstein did not play a major role in" Wonderful Beasts 3 ", as she was promoted to the Congress of Wizards of America as a high-ranking official. Apparently, his new responsibilities have kept him off the field, even though his sister is still missing and Grindelwald is moving freely. The film does not deal much with this issue, but it is quite clear that there is an unpleasant tension between Tina and Newt at the end of the film. Even when others ask Newt about Tina's absence, she pauses and grieves. Newt and Tina were romantically involved in the first two films. Perhaps in the years between Grindelwald's Crimes and Dumbledore's Secrets, Tina and Newt were married and separated shortly before the start of the third film. Even in Newt's statements about Tina, there is still a certain passion and interest, and surely something more is going on between them.
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"Wonderful Beasts: The Dumbledore Secrets" closes several storylines while keeping everything for the future. Grindelwald is not defeated yet, but the breaking of the bloody pact between him and Dumbledore leads to the legendary duel that takes place in 1945. Grindelwald must hide for a while and can no longer use Aurelius's forces against Dumbledore. So he has to look for something else to gain more power. At the end of the film, Dumbledore confesses that he does not know who was responsible for the death of his sister Ariana, which leads to other stories in "Amazing Beasts 4." The third film was all about the tension between them. Grindelwald was very abusive and did everything he could to gain power in the wizarding world. At the end of "Wonderful Beasts 3", the situation and structure of the wizarding world are accompanied by chaos and everything falls apart. Grindelwald declares that he is not the enemy of witches, but perhaps in "Wonderful Beasts 4" we see his declaration of open war on the wizarding world alongside World War II. Grindelwald will surely gain more influence and power over the next two films. In "Wonderful Beasts: The Dumbledore Secrets," he did everything he could to easily destroy the wizarding world in later films.