Fantastic Beasts has resumed filming

Kovis epidemic Most of the filming had to be stopped. Now the films are being made again. Eddie Redmayne, the film’s main character, has confirmed that filming for the third Fantastic Beasts is back.

Filming for the Fantastic Beasts sequel, originally set for the fall season, was originally scheduled for the fall, but was postponed due to the need for time to prepare for the sequel, which would be much larger than the second film. Later filming was halted due to Kovis disease. Now that filming has resumed, the cast and crew have come to London together to begin filming several scenes.

Filmmakers and actors often check for viruses and wear masks during filming, which can have a huge impact on their creations, but they are designed to work well for everyone. “It’s interesting now that we’re starting filming. It’s been two weeks. The whole process is brand new. It’s not always like shooting. The disease is often tested. I have to wear a mask. This can be quite uncomfortable. To be sure, it is completely different than before. “But everyone is doing a good job.”

The plot of the third film is expected to be based on the complex relationship between Grindewald (Johnny Depp) and Dumbledore (Jude Lay). In June last year, author JK Rowling announced that he was writing a script for Fantastic Beasts 3. The first film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them came out in 2016, and the second film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, was released in 2018. Fantastic Beasts 3 is expected to be released next year.