As we reported earlier this week, the fantastical adventure is said to be tracking for a $65M-$75M opening on home turf, which would put it on par with the first Fantastic Beasts movie – itself the lowest three-day debut in Warner’s beloved franchise. Which is to say that all Harry Potter pics performed better during their opening weekends.
Be that as it may, excitement for The Crimes of Grindelwald is still pretty high, with wizards and muggles alike recently flocking to Entertainment Weekly to catch the latest high-res photos (and cast interviews!) for the November tentpole. And now, it seems that a lucky few have had the chance to see the sequel early and they can’t stop gushing about it.