Grindelwald’s Plan Has Bigger Plot Holes Than Not Looking Like Depp

Dumbledore’s Secret The first plot hole involved Grindelwald’s trial of the ICW, after which the Dark Wizard was found not guilty of crimes against the Muggle community. However, the trial did not address the fact that Grindelwald killed dozens of wizards during the meeting of Father Lachaise. The blue flames he conjures around him have burned down many Aurors, if not for Newt, Theseus, Tina (Katherine Waterston) and Nicholas Lemaire (Brontes Jodorowsky) Together, he would destroy French cemeteries and the whole of Paris. Grindelwald’s murder at Père-Lachaise had more impact than his actions in the first fantastic beasts However, ICW does not consider movies.

the fact is Fantastic Beasts 3 Not taking part in Johnny Depp’s Grindelwald recast isn’t a big deal, but ignores Leta Lestrange’s sacrifice at the end Grindelwald’s crime Leaving an even bigger plot hole. Leta is Theseus’ fiancée and Newt’s closest friend at Hogwarts.Despite the Scamander brothers’ relationship with Leta, Newt and Theseus did not mention Leta at all Dumbledore’s Secret The only mention of Leta’s death at the hands of Grindelwald is that of Leta’s half-brother, Yusuf Kama (William Nadirham), who Grindelwald himself quickly dissuades him from. Freed from memory.

Grindelwald’s inexplicable switch from Johnny Depp to Mads Mickelson’s character was buried under the larger plot holes that plagued the series. Does The Wizarding World have a planned sequel, Fantastic Beasts 4 yes Fantastic Beasts 5, to be observed.However, there is no doubt Fantastic Beasts: the secret parchment Provides more questions than answers to some of the main characters.


Grindelwald’s Plan Has Bigger Plot Holes Than Not Looking Like Depp

The Secrets of Dumbledore’s first plot hole involves Grindelwald’s trial before the ICW whereupon the Dark Wizard is found not guilty of his crimes against the Muggle community. However, this trial doesn’t address the fact that Grindelwald killed dozens of wizards during his rally at Cimetière du Père-Lachaise. The blue fire he conjures to surround himself incinerated many Aurors and would have destroyed the French cemetery and all of Paris if not for the combined efforts of Newt, Theseus, Tina (Katherine Waterston), and Nicolas Flamel (Brontis Jodorowsky). Grindelwald’s murders at Père-Lachaise are more consequential than his actions during the first Fantastic Beasts film yet they go unconsidered by the ICW.
The fact that Fantastic Beasts 3 doesn’t address Johnny Depp’s Grindelwald recast isn’t too big of a problem, but ignoring Leta Lestrange’s sacrifice at the end of The Crimes of Grindelwald leaves a much larger plot hole. Leta was Theseus’ fiancée and Newt’s closest, if not only friend at Hogwarts. Despite the relationship the Scamander brothers held with Leta, neither Newt nor Theseus mentioned Leta at all in The Secrets of Dumbledore. The only mention of Leta’s death at the hand of Grindelwald is by Yusuf Kama (William Nadylam), Leta’s half-brother, and he is quickly relieved of his memories of her by Grindelwald himself.
The unexplained shift from Johnny Depp’s Grindelwald to Mads Mikkelsen’s interpretation is buried by much larger plot holes that burden the franchise. Whether or not the Wizarding World will get its planned sequels, Fantastic Beasts 4 and Fantastic Beasts 5, remains to be seen. However, there’s no doubt that Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore provides more questions than answers about several of its key characters. 

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