The situation is heating up.

The situation in the film industry is heating up more and more. Now any remarks affecting racial diversity or the rights of LGBT people are particularly acute, and the author of the Harry Potter saga, Joan Rowling, has repeatedly come under the hand because of his publications on Twitter. And if Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe just made it clear that they have fundamental differences of opinion with the famous writer, the star of “Fantastic Beasts” Eddie Redmayne went even further.

According to Warner Bros. insiders, now the actor is experiencing so much negative for Rowling that he no longer wants to cooperate with her on a franchise basis. Redmayne allegedly became so uncomfortable working with the author that this calls into question the whole future of Fantastic Beasts.

According to Warner Bros. insiders, now the actor is experiencing so much negative for Rowling that he no longer wants to cooperate with her on a franchise basis. Redmayne allegedly became so uncomfortable working with the author that this calls into question the whole future of Fantastic Beasts.

Given that Rowling is the producer, creator of the original story and scriptwriter of the film, it is unlikely that the studio will satisfy Eddie’s demands and really break the deal with her. In addition, it is likely that the actor has already signed a contract for several paintings, and therefore a lot is at stake for him. So Warner Bros. Now she was in an unenviable position, and it is unclear how to get out of it.

The future of the franchise was already worrying because of the film “Crimes of Green de Wald” that had failed at the box office, and the recent scandal with Ezra Miller, who was accused of beating a fan, does not add any positive. And the last thing you need now is the tension between the two people who are most important to the Fantastic Beasts.