Fiona Glascott will join the cast as a younger version of Professor Minerva McGonagall—who fans grew to love as the firm but caring head of Gryffindor house in the original Harry Potter series—according to PopCulture.com. It’s unclear whether McGonagall will be portrayed as a Hogwarts professor in this installment. If the film stays with the character’s established timeline, she wouldn’t start teaching there until the 1950s, whereas this movie takes place in the ’20s.
A new clip from the movie also came out this weekend. It includes a duel between Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and his brother, Theseus (Callum Turner), who is an auror. The fraught brotherly relationship is further strained because Theseus is engaged to be married to Leta Lestrange (Zoe Kravitz), who Newt was close to at Hogwarts.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald hits theaters November 16.