If we knew long ago that the Londoner Jude Law (Enemy at the Gates) would play the young Albus Dumbledore who had been incarnated before by Richard Harris (Gladiator) and Michael Gambon (The Insider), and three weeks ago, Rowling told who was the character Most important of the film, we now learn that we can see another beloved member of the famous school throughout the footage. According to PopCulture.com, it is nothing less than Minerva McGonagall, which gave birth to the wonderful British actress Maggie Smith (Death in the Nile) in the eight original films as the professor of Transformations of Hogwarts, Head of the Gryffindor House and, in addition, assistant director after Dumbledore. What we do not know is how diantres will square the dates, given that the time of Grindelwald's crimes corresponds to the last twenties of the last century, and McGonagall came to the world in 1935 and taught at school as of 1956. But what that we do have confidence is that the Irish Fiona Glascott, whom we have seen in other films like Veronica Guerin (Joel Schumacher, 2003), Omagh (Pete Travis, 2004) or Brooklyn (John Crowley, 2015), plays in her youth our beloved and severe animaga. We are already looking forward to meeting her again at the cinema.