Episode 41: Credence Joins the Circus

Hosts Claire and Eleanor are joined by guest hosts Katy, and Allison of MuggleNet’s own Alohomora! podcast! This week we delve deep into discussion about the newly announced Fantastic Beasts 2 cast members, ponder what all the new plot details could mean for the series, and chat an awful lot about the circus.

Episode 41: Credence Joins the Circus


This time on SpeakBeasty:

→ Alison’s finally on an episode!
→ The Phoenix Register
: New illustrated Fantastic Beasts covers!
→ Because yes, you need more copies…
 Who’s dressed in a filly tutu?!
→ Have we seen the last of the Shaws?
→ Casting announcements!
→ J.K. Rowling can do better. #RepresentationMatters
→ Name etymologies for days!
→ “We learned it from the twitter.”
→ Fantastic… feasts?
→ Did Grindelwald start a gang in jail?
→ Does Newt know about the hallows?
→ “It’s the camping all over again!”
→ The Time-Turner: Circuses and the 1920s!
→ It wasn’t always acrobatics…
The Newt Case: The Sphinx!
→ “They eat themselves or jump off a cliff.”

PODCAST QUESTION: What do you think of the new casting news and plot details that were released?

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Ann says:

    I am so so excited for a wizarding circus! I think that it’s going to be witches and wizards running it as a show for No-Majs and pretending it’s all “the magic of the theater” as opposed to, you know, just magic. It may be that they have permits, etc., from each country they perform in, but they may also just perform under the radar. When you’re in a travelling show, since you’re never in one place for too long, it’s hard for the authorities to catch up.

    I hope they also show a magical-people-only circus, because that has got to be some next level stuff.


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