Though his role seems to have ended with the first movie, Fantastic Beasts\u2019 Jacob Kowalski (Dan Fogler) has managed to be dragged back into the thick of it. The third movie was supposed to start shooting last week before it was cancelled, and Fogler himself gives an update on the film.\r\n\r\nTalking to SYFY WIRE, Fogler had this to say about the third installment:\r\n\r\n"I can say I read the script and the character development is really lovely and it\u2019s very similar to the feel of the first movie, which I think is great\u2026 It\u2019s leading toward this massive war with the backdrop of World War II, so you can just imagine epic battle scenes are coming."\r\n\r\nThough the first movie was well-received, a lot of flak has been thrown at the sequel, Crimes of Grindelwald. For one, there doesn\u2019t really seem to be a proper climax to the film, and J.K. Rowling just seemed more focused on trying to hype up the next movie. What\u2019s more, instead of focusing on main character Newt, he\u2019s somewhat been sidelined to give spotlight to Dumbledore and Grindelwald\u2019s conflict.\r\n\r\nNot to mention Rowling\u2019s over-reliance on exposition and legacy bloodlines. This movie was a perfect example of why writing novels isn\u2019t the same as writing films.\r\n\r\nHopefully now WB has a script that works better. It\u2019s worth noting that Steve Kloves, who had written the screenplays for the Potter films, has also been hired to work on the script this time. Let\u2019s hope he manages to make this third film make more sense.\r\n\r\nFantastic Beasts 3 is set to come out Nov. 12, 2021.