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'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them': Everything You Need To Know

Ever feel like you don’t have enough Harry Potter in your life? Then this has been your year. First there was the smash-hit London play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, then there was the book tie-in (penned by Skins writer Jack Thorne and adapted from a story by JK Rowling herself) that became 2016’s biggest title since Pokémon Go. But there’s more. Spin-off movie Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is due for release very soon indeed. But what on Earth is it about? And when the heck can we expect to download it into our eyeballs? Readers, consider this article a two-way mirror via which NME will tell you everything you need to know.

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'Suicide Squad' Soundtrack: Listen To The Brilliant New Soundtrack Starring Grimes, The Black Keys and Mark Ronson

Today (July 5), D.C.’s Suicide Squad is released in cinemas worldwide (except China) for the world to gorge on the insanity of The Joker, Harley Quinn and more. The comic book adaptation has caught a bit of flak from critics, but there’s no denying that the soundtrack so far is a sure-fire hit. There’s an obvious attempt to replicate the success of Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy and the accompanying soundtrack - but it might be even better. By roping in some bonafide stars, we could be looking at the film soundtrack for a generation. Here’s where you can listen to the the Squad's tunes.

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The 10 Most Exciting Trailers And Reveals From Comic Con 2016

Over the weekend, comic book and film fans converged on San Diego’s annual Comic Con, a long-standing convention that has become the place for film-makers and actors to showcase trailers and hints for upcoming films and TV shows to eager fans. 2016’s edition was no different as a deluge of trailers for upcoming box-office smashes and television favourites were showcased, as well as a few earth-shattering reveals to the public. Here are ten of the most exciting reveals from this weekend’s bonanza

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The New ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Trailer Is Here And It’s Way More Action-Packed Than ‘Harry Potter’

When Eddie Redmayne was cast in the new Harry Potter spin-off, Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them, his role as the as-yet unseen character Newt Scamander looked like a difficult one to fill. The story of the ‘magizoologist’ – and writer of some of the books Harry Potter and friends end up studying at Hogwarts – takes place in 1920s New York City and has him unwittingly releasing several dangerous magical creatures across the city.

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