This is the fifth in a series of articles looking at the most believable movie worlds and how they compare to each other.
The first article, in 2016, looked at a few of the most likely possible worlds for the upcoming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Now we have another chance to see how accurate they are.
While we can’t rule out the possibility that we’re missing some more movies, the film looks very much like the world we’re used to from the Fantastic Beasts franchise, at least on paper.
Of course, if there’s one thing we’ve learned from the first few films, it’s that these stories are often told through the lens of the human experience.
The characters of the Fantastic Beast films are human beings who have been altered to fit a particular magical tradition.
In the world of Fantastic Beasts, these alter-egos are known as “trolls” and are the only known race that are not related to the human race, having evolved independently from their human parent species.
Many of these “trolleys” are quite different from their natural counterparts, and some are even more sinister than the rest.
It’s worth noting that the “trophies” that the movie’s main cast members go on to experience, such as the trials and tribulations of a troll’s life, are all based on real-life events.
But there are also elements of the stories that are set in a different world.
For instance, the main characters in the Fantastic Adventures films are humans who are also the descendants of the troll race.
That means that while they might be familiar with their human friends and family, there are still elements of their experience that are very different from those of the rest of us.
And that is, of course, a big part of the fun.
So, in the first part of this series, we’ll take a look at how the worlds and cultures of these films compare to our own.
Next time, we look at some of the characters and the magic involved in their lives.