Why Grown Adults Are Looking Like Hot Messes After Watching the Fantastic Beasts Trailer

HARRY POTTER FANS: today is the best/worst day of your life.

Is there a spell for mood stabilizing? Because Hogwarts students (including myself) all need one pronto. This magical Tuesday morning, we were granted a peek into the adventure of Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and his beasts in the first trailer for the Harry Potter prequel by J.K. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Of course you know what the story is about, HP lovers, but let’s do a quick briefing for the muggles here. Fantastic Beasts tells Newt’s story, which takes place seven years before HP in a secret New York community of witches and wizards. Newt’s journey of dealing with the magical beasts lead him to write the textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which Harry reads in The Sorcerer’s Stone.

It’s been nearly five years since the release of a HP film, so now you know: fans are losing their s–t today and they don’t care who knows it.

  • I mean, at least they’re aware of their (temporary?) insanity.

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  • So many emotions.

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    Sexy wizards will have that effect on you, sister.

  • No shame left in this world.

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  • Like, none.

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  • Literal mood:

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  • Just crying and crying…

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  • When you’re crying in public with no cares to give.

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  • J.K. Rowling, do you see what you’ve done?

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  • Our bodies aren’t ready for the experience.

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  • JK, yes they are.

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  • Just one last reminder:

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There you have it. If there are people on the bus, in the store or on the street uncontrollably crying and laughing at the same time, it’d be in your best interest to show a little empathy as they’re emotionally unstable and will be until November 2016.

They’re not OK.

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