Join Ann, Helene, Megan, and guest host Rex as they discuss the current state of the fandom and how things have changed. Will the way you decide to consume Potter and Fantastic Beasts content change after JKR's recent tweet?
Join Aureo, Ann, Jennifer, and Marjolaine for the last episode of the year! We discuss prophecies and visions and their role in the Fantastic Beasts saga. Do you think the vision Grindelwald hints at will become more relevant in future films?
Steve Kloves is helping JK Rowling with the screenplay for Fantastic Beasts 3. We're breaking it down. Do you think he will struggle or thrive?
We are joined by the lovely Poppy Corby-Tuech, who played Vinda Rosier in Crimes of Grindelwald, to discuss fascist fashion and whether Grindelwald needs a holiday. What do you think will happen in Rio?
In celebration of this milestone, we are traveling around the world to chat with all of our past and present Beasty family members!
Join Aureo, Marjolaine, and Shannen as they discuss what we learned about Nicolas Flamel from Brontis Jodorowsky. Do you think alchemy will come into play in future Fantastic Beasts films?
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?