Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne, who is all set to hit the theaters with his upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, reveals that passion is what makes people attractive.
"I always think that no matter what your characteristics are, if you have a passion for something, whatever it is, that makes you attractive," Redmayne stated.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is all set to take the movie buffs to the new epoch of JK Rowling's magical world, but this time with Redmayne as the protagonist. He will portray the character of Newt Scamander, a magizoologist in the film.
The movie will be directed by David Yates, who had also helmed the last four chapters of Harry Potter film series.
Redmayne says that all the characters in the movie will have different motives that they survive for. "And though they are outsiders, they are bound by that. That was what I loved about the piece," added Redmayne.
The movie is set against the backdrop of 1926, with Newt Scamander arriving in New York to take part in a global excursion organized for research and rescue of magical creatures. The movie is all set to release in November 18 in India.
It will also mark the screen-writing debut of JK Rowling. "What I really loved - and I think it's something that J.K. Rowling has spoken about - is how she writes about outsiders," Redmayne added further.