The mystery of Credence

At the end of Crimes of Grindelwald, Grindelwald reveals that Credence is really Aurelius Dumbledore. The only problem is that Credence being a Dumbledore makes no sense at all and here’s why: ➸ It would be one hell of a coincidence if a Lestrange and Dumbledore family was on the same ship that fateful night …

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Personal thoughts on Crimes of Grindelwald

Initial thoughts The difference between the second installment of Fantastic Beasts is that it is darker and explores character development above plot which I personally prefer. The first installment, though still dark in theme, was lighter in mood and had more comedic scenes plus a lot of plot. Anything else would have been odd with …

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