Although written by JK Rowling himself, the Fantastic Beasts 3 script is still criticized for having too many flaws as well as conflicting details with Harry Potter’s storyline.
The Independent, hardcore fans of the famous Harry Potter series were extremely upset and called the new film “junk” when they discovered a lot of “fictional” details in the movie, the most special of which was The fact that the content of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore has a huge flaw that makes it conflict with the Harry Potter storyline.
Specifically, in the Harry Potter series, Professor McGonagall’s date of birth is confirmed to be October 4, 1935 (according to information posted on the official website of the Harry Potter universe named WizardingWorld.com and on Wikipedia also confirmed. get this). At the time of the eight Harry Potter films, Professor McGonagall was between 67 and 77 years old.
The main setting of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is the wizarding world of the 1930s, which is six decades before Harry received his admission letter from the owl of Hogwarts. Yet in the movie, Professor McGonagall, played by actress Fiona Glascott, is in her late 30s. According to confirmed information, Professor McGonagall was born in 1935, which is the time of Fantastic Beasts: In The Secrets of Dumbledore, Professor McGonagall was just a kid who had just received a letter of admission from Hogwarts.
Fans can’t believe that the “super giant” stone in the movie script comes from the author of the famous Harry Potter. This isn’t even the first time this has come up, but somehow JK Rowling hasn’t edited it. Accordingly, the character Minerva McGonagall has appeared since the second part of Fantastic Beasts, causing many viewers to react extremely harshly, but the script has not changed and this character continues to appear in the new part.
Many people think that JK Rowling is only suitable for writing novels, not letting her touch the scripts of the adaptations. When JK’s writing style doesn’t match the way the movies on the screen want to convey. For example, when JK Rowling revealed Credence’s background through three movies, it can be said that this is a good character but has a story about an extremely “banana” background, when every new part Credence has a different background and was not properly explained and there was no hint from the scriptwriter.
As previously reported, the future of the Fantastic Beasts series is a big question mark and depends greatly on whether The Secrets of Dumbledore succeeds or not. If the film brings in positive revenue, Warner Bros. can consider continuing to produce the remaining two sequels, but with the flat sales and bottoming scores, it is difficult for the new Fantastic Beasts to be on. green.
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