Our host, Marjolaine, had the pleasure of interviewing William Nadylam, the actor behind Yusuf Kama! She sits down with Julianna and Jennifer to discuss what she learned and reveals some of William's insights about his character. How do you think Yusuf will factor into future films?
We are joined by none other than the man behind Jacob Kowalski himself, Dan Fogler, to talk all things Crimes of Grindelwald! Find out what Dan thinks about the Quacob storyline in the most recent film and what he thinks is in store for our favorite couple.
Hosts Ariel and Julianna officially welcome new host Craig and discuss whether Leta's death was a purposeful self-sacrifice. Do you think Leta's death enacted sacrificial protection for Newt and Theseus? Is there more than meets the eye?
In which Amy, Megan, and new host Julianna discuss the uplifting theme of infanticide and sibling murder. Whose baby murdering habits do you think were worse, Grindelwald's or Voldemort's?
Is Credence really a Dumbledore? Is Obscurial Transfer a thing? How does this work out from a timeline perspective? And the big question: is Grindelwald lying?
Join Ariel, Shannen, and guest host Aaron (who you may find familiar) as they discuss the beasts we met in Crimes of Grindelwald and how they could have been better utilized to further the story. Which beasts would you like to see more of in the future?
Join hosts Amy, Lizzie, and Michael, as well as special guest, Mike Schubert of Potterless as they discuss the similarities and differences between Potter and Beasts. Does Fantastic Beasts stand alone as a series? Find out more!
Join Aureo with special guests Marjolaine and Julianna as they discuss a "very Ravenclaw" topic: Beasts vs. Magical Plants! How do you think Beasts should be classified, and what kinds of magical plants would you like to see in future films?
Join hosts Megan, Michael, and Shannen for a discussion on representation of characters of color, as well as whether or not Seraphina was actually drunk the whole time. How can future Fantastic Beasts installments learn from the missteps and lack of representation in previous wizarding world media, and better serve their characters of color?
This time on SpeakBeasty, hosts Lizzie, Ariel, and Shannen discuss whether Queenie is truly evil or whether she (literally) drank the Kool-Aid. Do you think Queenie's character development between films makes sense, or do you think that we are missing information?