7 November 2018 at 10:42 GMT
The new figures will be released in December. Click each image for pre-order links or learn more over at our Harry Potter Funko mini-site.
7 November 2018 at 06:08 GMT
According to Funko, the Zouwu is “capable of traveling a thousand miles in a single day but also resembles an elephant-sized cat”. Nagini is of course Lord Voldemort’s infamous snake-Horcrux.
Both Pop! Vinyl figures will be available in December. Click the links above to check them out over at our Pop! Vinyls mini-site.
3 November 2018 at 21:33 GMT
Funko have announced the release of a new “movie moments” Pop! figure of Harry Potter entering Platform 9¾ through the magical brick wall. The Pop! “moment” includes Harry and trunk, along with Hedwig.
The Pop! figure is exclusive to BoxLunch and available both online and in stores from 4 November.
A new collection of Harry Potter Pop! Vinyl figures are likely to drop this month too. You can learn more about them over at our Funko Pop! Vinyl mini-site.
29 October 2018 at 11:24 GMT
LEGO will release a new Diagon Alley set (the third LEGO iteration of the Wizarding street), with images of the set and its packaging discovered online today. The 374-piece set will be a “microscale” (smaller scale with smaller figures) companion set to the 6020-piece Hogwarts Castle build.
This version of Diagon Alley includes Gringotts Wizarding Bank, bookstore Flourish & Blotts and the Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes joke shop. The set will also include a new minifigure of wandmaker Ollivander. No word yet on the release date for this set, but November seems likely.
Will we see more Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts sets released next month, too? Learn more about the world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts LEGO sets in our dedicated LEGO section.
27 October 2018 at 18:32 GMT
Courtesy of Warner Bros., another Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald poster:
26 October 2018 at 07:03 GMT
Warner Bros. has revealed details about the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald soundtrack, due for release next month. James Newton Howard, composer of the first Beasts film (and The Hunger Games franchise, among others), returns to his musical post.
The score will feature 25 tracks, including three solo piano pieces (performed by Newton Howard) not heard in the film. Those piano pieces are “Dumbledores’s Theme”, “Fantastic Beasts Theme” and “Leta’s Theme”.
Of the opportunity to return to the Wizarding World, Newton Howard said, “to work on Fantastic Beasts is a wonderful musical opportunity … the movie is delightful, substantial, and complex; and [director] David Yates focuses very seriously on the music and is a truly passionate and enthusiastic collaborator.”
The score will be released digitally on 9 November, and on CD on 30 November (preorder it here). A vinyl release is scheduled for next month. Read on to see the track list (beware of plot spoilers!) and listen to five of the tracks.