• Johnny Depp will hide in the spin-off of "Harry Potter"

  • American actor johnny Depp will play one of the roles in the second part of the spin-off of Harry Potter, reports Deadline. The film will be a sequel to the film "Fantastic beasts and where they live," which will be released in November.

    According to the publication, Depp will appear in the first part of the future Pentalog, but it can be detected only if "you look closely".

    All five films will be filmed at Warner Bros. The first part will be released in Russian cinemas on 17 November 2016, six days after the world premiere in Italy.

    Tape based on the novel "Fantastic beasts and their habitats" British writer JK Rowling, author of Harry Potter.

    The Director of the first two paintings speaks David Yates from a screenplay written by JK Rowling. The main role is played Eddie Redman.

    The new series takes place 70 years before the events of "Harry Potter". The main character, newt Scamander, expelled from magic school, is forced to leave Britain and go to North America. There he can seek out and explore the unusual creatures.


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