A new poster for David Yates' Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald teases a new trailer arriving at Warner Bros.' Hall H panel at SDCC.
Robin Burks is an entertainment and science/technology writer, as well as a published author, avid con-goer and cosplayer. She has written about pop culture and entertainment for ScreenRant.com, TheThings.com and FanGirlConfessions.com. Robin is also the author of a series of speculative fiction novels: Zeus, Inc.; The Curse of Hekate; and Return of The Titans. In 2014, Indie Reader named the protagonist of that series, Alex Grosjean, as one of its Top Five Smart, Strong and Relatable Female Characters. The series was also inducted into the 2018 Darrell Awards Coger Hall of Fame. Robin, who currently lives in Missouri with her five cats, loves all things French and has a serious obsession with Doctor Who.
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