Eddie Redmine’s kids weren’t impressed he played a wizard in ‘Fantastic Beast’

By Jamie Samhan.

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Eddie Redmine’s magical skills are not living up to her children’s expectations.

The “Fantastic Beasts” star has spoken with “Live with Kelly and Ryan” where she shares what her children in the “Harry Potter” universe think of her as the New Scammer.

“There was a moment this year where I felt like a dad who played a wizard, I could try to get some brownie points,” he said. “I gave Iris, my daughter, Newt’s stick. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.

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Redmine Luke, 4, and Iris, 5, shared with wife Hannah Bagshway

He continued, “I came back an hour later and covered the thing with tin foil, he made a small star and made a fairy stick. And he’s like, ‘Now this is a stick,’ [That] My brownie points have dropped slightly. “

Redmine’s son had a hard time understanding whether his father was really a magician.

“You have a moral dilemma, am I lying to my child? I find myself stuck in the middle and he says, ‘No, you’re either a magician or you’re not,’ so I said, ‘Yes, I’m a magician,’ and I did some sort of trick with a coin, a magic trick I could do. ” Said, but the trick became flat with Luke.

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“And he likes, ‘This is not something you can do [Fantastic Beasts] Creeper In the trailer, you can blow things up, “he added. “So I think he told his friends at school and they told me to do some things in the trailer and it was a bit disappointing.”

“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” opens in theaters on April 14.

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