Depp, dressed in character, delivered a spooky speech as Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law and Ezra Miller (in costume as Super Mario's Toadette) watched in Hall H.
The wizarding world returned with a new trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald to Halle H back.
The board featured many of the film's stars, including Johnny Depp, who plays Gellert Grindelwald. The personal life of the star, with allegations of domestic violence, led to its continuation with the franchise, which is so controversial that J.K. Rowling issued a statement in December defending his stake. The preview of Warner Bros.'s Comic-Con is the first major appearance for Depp since the release of a widely read Rolling Stone profile that painted a detailed portrait of a troubled star.
For the Hall H presentation, Depp skipped the podium discussion in which the panelists answered audience questions and instead appeared dressed with character at the end of the presentation to make a scary speech. Despite the fact that fans expressed their concerns online about Depp's presence in the film, the actor received applause and cheers from the crowd in Hall H.
"The big gift of your applause is not for me but for yourself," said Depp in his character English accent, with a magic wand over the audience. "Magic blooms only in rare souls, it is granted to those who live for higher purposes, what a world we would do to all humanity, we who live for freedom, for the truth ̵
At the end of the speech, the lights flickered and then switched off, Depp disappeared into the darkness and the presentation was over.
Star Eddie Redmayne was also in the preview, accompanied by franchise newcomer Jude Law Harry Potter Debut as a young Albus Dumbledore
Fans got one in the teaser trailer released a few months ago first look at the pre-Potter Hogwarts. The first full-length trailer of the film gives a better insight into the magical school and opens with a scene between Dumbledore and a young Newt Scamander. The rest of the place sees the professor recruiting his former student to do Grindelwald, and the villain asks, "Do you think Dumbledore will mourn for you?"
Also Katherine Waterston, the Europe sequel, Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler, Ezra Miller and Carmen Ejogo. Miller, who also plays DC's Flash cosplayed as Toadette Super Mario Bros . on the panel. Newcomer Callum Turner, as Newt's brother, and Zoe Kravitz were also in Hall H.
The cast was asked which spells they would like to have in real life, and the best answer would be a spell that would accuse President Donald Trump. "Impeachius maximus," Fogler shouted. Meanwhile, Miller said he would appreciate a saying that would "destroy patriarchy."
In addition to Trailer, Cast Q & A and Depp Performance, Warner Bros. released a new poster for the film.
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