Harry Potter fans were delighted with the decision by director David Yates to Jude Law as a young professor Dumbledore to cast
Harry Potter fans were delighted with the decision by director David Yates to Jude Law as a young professor Dumbledore to cast in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Crimes or Grindelwald. But many fans are wondering whether the sexual orientation of Dumbledore reflected in the film.
Author J. K. Rowling made a few years ago, known that the character is gay. Many fans were critical of her because in the book not to come forward.
Law spoke in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly about that controversy and said a long time talking with Rowling about the life of the young wizard.
“Jo Rowling made a few years ago announced that Dumbledore is a homosexual,” he says. “I’ve certainly asked for it. But not only your sexuality defines who you are; Dumbledore is multi-faceted.” The actor asks fans to remember that this is only the second film in a five-part series, and that some information is not immediately revealed.
Law plays together with Eddie Redmayne and Johnny Depp in the film, which is this month in the cinema appears.