From “Potter” studio Warner Bros., written by “Potter” creator J.K. Rowling, and potentially directed by four-time “Potter” director David Yates, the upcoming “Potter” spinoff certainly has a lot in common with, you guessed it, “Potter.” And we hope the fun doesn’t stop there. As “Fantastic Beasts” continues taking shape, there are tons of other people and elements, fictional and otherwise, from the original “Potter” movies we hope to see on board the new series of films.
He composed and conducted the first three “Potter” films, including the series’ iconic theme. While he doesn’t need to compose the entire “Fantastic Beasts” score, it would be fantastic to have him on board to at least establish the central theme that will permeate the rest of the music.
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