PG-13 | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
The adventures of writer Newt Scamander in New York's secret community of witches and wizards seventy years before Harry Potter reads his book in school.
When Jacob Kowalski is showing the bank manager his plans for his bakery, there is a quick glimpse of the prospected shop, and you can see that the name of the bakery on the plans is J. Kowalski, which some believe resembles the logo of J.K. Rowling.
Dougal... settle down now, please.
Newt Scamander: It won't be long.
When the Immigration Officer in New York demands to see the contents of Newt's case, Newt activates a "Muggle Worthy" mechanism that hides the case's magical contents. When the officer opens the case, everything looks neatly arrayed as if Newt had just packed it--despite the fact that Newt had held the case vertically until he set it on the inspection table. An Immigration Officer would be accustomed to seeing the loose contents of a case that was held vertically having slid down to the bottom (now back) of the case--especially heavier items such as a watch or a magnifying glass.
An occamy slithers into the film title to form the S in "Beasts".
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