With the release of "Fantastic Beasts: Crime and Grindelwald", we are now officially in the deep waist of this pre-season "Harry Potter". It's a prequel sequel full of non-stop twists and turns, and drop some of the biggest bombs that resonate all over Pottermore Lore.
And we have three more fantastic films on the way from director David Yates and filmmaker / screenwriter JK Rowling. So, given the current trend of Hollywood blockbuster funds to tease future movies using bonus, post-scenes scenes in the artery of the Marvel cinematic universe, you might wonder if "Fantastic Animals: Grindelwald Crime" presents some sort of look at the next hidden movie after the credits. Unnamed: You would not want to bail for the bathroom just to miss something like that, after all.
Well, if you are in a hurry to get out of the theater once the credits start rolling, I have good news for you. "Fantastic Animals: Crime Grindelwald" does not contain any bonus scenes or any additional content as soon as credits start to roll. No mid-scene credits, no post-scene scene, no heavy breathing on end-scan credits. Once the movie is over and the credits start, that's it.
We have to say, of course, that we always encourage all movie actors to stay on the credits if possible, for the sake of many, many people who helped bring the film to life. But if you need to get out of there, you can do so knowing that you are not missing any cool, extra secret scenes or something like that.
"Fantastic Animals: Gindelwald's Crimes," by the way, was directed by David Yates, who was responsible for the first great movie "Animals," as well as the last four Harry Potter movies, and Harry Potter, . It stars Eddie Redmayne, Catherine Waterston, Zoe Kravitz, Allison Sodol, Ezra Miller, Claudia Kim, Callum Turner and of course, Johnny Depp.