Leta Lestrange: You're too good, Newt. You never met a monster you couldn't love.
Albus Dumbledore: Do you know why I admire you, Newt? You do not seek power. You simply ask, "Is a thing... right?"
Newt Scamander: Tina, about Leta...
Tina Goldstein: Yes, I've just said, I am happy for you...
Newt Scamander: Please don't be happy. Uh, sorry, I don't... Obviously I want you to be. And I hear that you are now, which is wonderful. What I'm trying to say is, I want you to be happy, but don't be happy that I'm happy, because I'm not.
[off her confusion]
Newt Scamander: Happy. Or engaged.
Tina Goldstein: [taken aback] What?
Newt Scamander: It was a mistake in a stupid magazine. My brother's marrying Leta, June 6th. I'm supposed to be best man. Which is sort of mildly hilarious.
Tina Goldstein: Does he think you're here to win her back? Are you here to win her back?
Newt Scamander: No, I'm here to... You know, your eyes really are...
Tina Goldstein: Are what?
Newt Scamander: I'm not supposed to say. I got this picture of you from the paper, but it's interesting because your eyes in newsprint. See, in reality they have this effect in them, Tina. It's like fire in water, in dark water. I've only ever seen that... I've only ever seen that in...
Tina Goldstein: Salamanders?
Gellert Grindelwald: Magic blooms... only in rare souls. Still, we must skulk in shadows. But the old ways serve us no longer.
Jacob Kowalski: Are you... are you a ghost?
Nicolas Flamel: No, I'm alive. But I'm an alchemist and therefore immortal.
Jacob Kowalski: Oh.
Nicolas Flamel: [holds out his hand] Nicolas Flamel.
Jacob Kowalski: Jacob Kowalski...
[shakes Flamel's hand, which cracks]
Nicolas Flamel: Oh!
Jacob Kowalski: You don't look a day over 375.
Gellert Grindelwald: My brothers... my sisters. The clock is ticking faster. My dream, we who live, for truth, for love. The moment has come, to take our rightful place... in the world, where we wizards... are free. Join me... or die.
Gellert Grindelwald: I hate Paris.
Albus Dumbledore: Leta, I know how painful the rumors about your brother Corvus must be for you.
Leta Lestrange: No, you don't. Not unless you had a brother who died too.
Albus Dumbledore: In my case, it was my sister.
Leta Lestrange: Did you love her?
Albus Dumbledore: Not as well as I should have done. It's not too late to free yourself. Confession is a relief, I'm told, a great weight lifted. Regret is my constant companion. Do not let it become yours.
Young Newt Scamander: I'm scared, Professor Dumbledore.
Albus Dumbledore: Everyone is scared of something.
Hogwarts Student: Riddikulus!
Albus Dumbledore: [students clap] Newt, you're up next.
[Newt's Boggart takes the shape of a desk]
Albus Dumbledore: That's an unusual one. What Mr. Scamander fears above everything else is...
Young Newt Scamander: Having to work in an office, sir.
Albus Dumbledore: [smiles] Go ahead, Newt.
Young Newt Scamander: Riddikulus!
Tina Goldstein: Mr. Scamander, I need to go talk to the Ministry-and I know how you feel about Aurors...
Newt Scamander: I may have been a little strong in the way that I expressed myself in that letter...
Tina Goldstein: What was the exact phrase? "A bunch of careerist hypocrites"?
Newt Scamander: Sorry, but I can't admire people whose answer to everything that they fear or misunderstand is "kill it"!
Tina Goldstein: I'm an Auror and I don't!
Newt Scamander: Yes, and that's because you've gone middle head!
Tina Goldstein: Excuse me?
Newt Scamander: It's an expression derived from the three heads of the Runespoor. The middle one is the visionary. Every Auror in Europe wants Credence dead, except you. You've gone middle head.
Tina Goldstein: Who else uses that expression, Mr. Scamander?
Newt Scamander: I think it might just be me.
Albus Dumbledore: [gives Newt an address in a bus] Address.
Newt Scamander: What's that?
Albus Dumbledore: A safe house in Paris.
Newt Scamander: Why would I need a safe house in Paris?
Albus Dumbledore: Should things, at some point, go terribly wrong, it's good to have a place to go. You know, for a cup of tea.
Gellert Grindelwald: [as Newt and Theseus confront him] Mr. Scamander! Do you think Dumbledore will mourn for you?
Albus Dumbledore: The time's coming, Newt... when you're going to have to pick a side.
Credence Barebone: [watches as a Maledictus transforms into Nagini the snake] Nagini...
Theseus Scamander: [to Newt as Grindelwald and Vinda Rosier approach] Let's take him.
Gellert Grindelwald: [to Queenie] Queenie, we are not here to hurt you. We only want to help you. You're so very, very far from home. Far away from everything you love. Everything that was comfortable. I would never see you harmed, ever. It is not your fault that your sister is an Auror. I wish you were working with me now. Towards a world where we wizards are free to live openly, and to love freely.
Torquil Travers: I have some questions for you, Professor.
Albus Dumbledore: This is a surprise.
Torquil Travers: There's a rumor that Newt Scamander is headed to Paris. I know he's working under your orders. What do you have to say for yourself, Dumbledore?
Albus Dumbledore: If you'd ever had the pleasure to teach him... you'd know Newt is not a great follower of orders.
Gellert Grindelwald: Their arrogance is a key to our victory.
Newt Scamander: You want me to hunt him down? To kill him?
[after Newt has removed Queenie's enchantment from Jacob]
Newt Scamander: Congratulations on your engagement, Jacob.
Jacob Kowalski: [confused] Wait, what?
[Jacob turns to Queenie]
Jacob Kowalski: Oh no! You didn't.
Jacob Kowalski: Queenie!
Jacob Kowalski: It's very nice to see you. Where the hell am I right now?
Newt Scamander: London.
Jacob Kowalski: [frustrated] Oh! I always wanted to go here!
Torquil Travers: Now, it pains me to say it, because-well, I don't like you-but, you are the only wizard who is his equal. I need you to fight him.
Albus Dumbledore: I can't.
Torquil Travers: Because of this?
[shows moving pictures of teenage Dumbledore and teenage Grindelwald]
Torquil Travers: You and Grindelwald were as close as brothers.
Albus Dumbledore: Oh we were closer than brothers.
Queenie Goldstein: You've been real kind, but my sister Tina's probably worried sick about me, you know. Banging on all the doors and things, so I think I'd better be going.
Rosier: But you haven't met your host.
Queenie Goldstein: Oh, are you married?
Rosier: Let's say... deeply committed.
Queenie Goldstein: You see, I can't tell if you're making a joke or if you're just... French.
[Rosier laughs and leaves]
Newt Scamander: [trying to catch Kama's attention] Er - bonjour. Bonjour, monsieur.
[Kama ignores Newt]
Newt Scamander: Oh wait, no, sorry. We were... we were actually just wondering if you'd come across a friend of ours?
Jacob Kowalski: Tina Goldstein.
Yusuf Kama: Monsieur, Paris is a large city.
Newt Scamander: She's an Auror. When Aurors go missing, the Ministry tend to come looking, so... No, now I suppose it would probably be better if we just report her absence...
Yusuf Kama: She is tall? Dark? Rather...
Jacob Kowalski: - intense?
Newt Scamander: [at the same time as Jacob] - beautiful?
[gives Jacob a glare]
Jacob Kowalski: [hasty] Yeah, what I meant to say... she's very - very pretty...
Newt Scamander: She's intense, too.
Bunty: [Speaking to Newt Scamander] Perhaps you should take off your shirt.
Albus Dumbledore: Muggles are not lesser. Not disposable.
Albus Dumbledore: [to Newt] I can't move against Grindelwald. It has to be you.
Jacob Kowalski: Ew! Calamari!
Spielman: [to Picquery; about Grindelwald] ... you'll be glad to get rid of him, I expect.
Seraphina Picquery: We'd be more than happy to keep him here in custody.
Spielman: Six months are enough. It's time for him to answer for his crimes in Europe.
Abernathy: [meets them at Grindelwald's door] President Picquery, Mr. Spielman, sir. Prisoner is secured and ready to travel.
Spielman: [peers into the cell with Picquery] You've thrown everything at him, I see.
Seraphina Picquery: It was necessary. He's extremely powerful. We've had to change his guard three times - he's very... persuasive. So we removed his tongue.
Yusuf Kama: The wizarding and non-wizarding worlds have been at peace for over a century. Grindelwald wants to see that peace destroyed.
Gellert Grindelwald: I now restore to you your name, Aurelious Dumbledore.