Turner sided with his character, saying, "As people grow, people change. What Leta and Newt had, they're very similar—and Leta and Theseus are the opposite. And that's a safe place for both of them to have a relationship that's accepting and supporting and loving of one another."
The love triangle is only a small part of the story, of course. The main thrill is watching Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) attempt to thwart his childhood friend Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp), who's escaped from MACUSA custody and is building his own army throughout Europe. The Ministry of Magic, plus Newt and American auror Tina Goldstein (KatherineWaterston), are trying to locate Credence Barebone (Ezra Miller)—an Obscurial—before Grindelwald does.
In between films, Credence has fled New York City and relocated to Paris, where he's joined a freak show called Circus Arcanus. It's there that he bonds with another misunderstood beast...
As luck would have it, Kravitz and Turner's co-star Claudia Kim joined them on the Universal Studios lot, where she discussed playing Nagini, a Maledictus cursed to transform into a snake. "She's such a beautiful character," Kim told E! News. And when Rowling saw her on set, the screenwriter "told me about how much she loves Nagini," Kim revealed. "I feel the same way."