After New York and Paris, Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) will be heading to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in “Fantastic Beasts 3.” Details about the production and the start of filming have surfaced online, and the film is set to be released in 2021.

The filming of the next installment of the popular franchise will begin in spring 2020, Deadline reported. After the audience gave a mixed response to the sequel, the franchise may be changing things up a little, and one of the big changes is that the story is set in Brazil.

The character Eulalie Hicks (Jessica Williams) played a small part in the sequel, but she will now be getting a bigger role in the upcoming film. The character is a professor at Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Expectations are high on the upcoming film, after box office numbers of the sequel suggested that a fatigue for the franchise has already set in. The critics have suggested that the sequel felt confusing, and one of the reasons for that was that there were too many new characters that were introduced in the movie, Variety reported.

Warner Bros. insiders have confirmed that the reason why “Fantastic Beasts 3” production was delayed was because they wanted to get it right this time. The studio apparently doesn’t want to just release a new movie from the franchise every two years when the audience is not excited about the story.

How will they get the fans excited with the new film? Jude Law’s Albus Dumbledore will play a more prominent role in the movie and more scenes will be set in the famous Hogwarts school.

Steve Kloves, who wrote the scripts for most of the “Harry Potter” movies, is back to co-write the script of “Fantastic Bests 3” with J.K. Rowling, Collider reported. David Yates will be directing the movie, and it will be released on Nov. 12, 2021.

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Casting of "Fantastic Beasts 3" expected to begin soon. Fantastic Beasts/Facebook