Nothing is forever. Even those who have left might come back. Just like Dumbledore.

"Harry Potter" fans felt sad when they had to say goodbye to one of their favorite and one of the best characters in the series after being killed by Professor Snape. They may have moved on and accepted the fact that he is dead but it's about time for them to celebrate and reunite with him because he is definitely coming back.

As reported by Entertainment News, David Yates, the director of "Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them," confirmed that the Dumbledore's character will appear in the sequel, and has also confirmed that another character will appear on the movie, Newt Scamander portrayed by Eddie Redmayne. The director has also signed on to direct the second installment.

Yates, according to an interview, said that Dumbledore is expected to have good scenes with Newt. "In the second movie Dumbledore comes back. He's got a couple of good scenes with Newt," he said. The director also stated that they are still discussing about who will play the role. "We're discussing who would play Dumbledore, any suggestions would be good," he added.

The release date of the movies is approaching, more information about it are getting out. It was just recently reported that actor Johnny Depp will co-star in "Fantastic Beasts." And when asked about the information, other casts were surprised about the question and said that they did not know they will be working with him until the last minute.

Alison Sudol said in an interview that the cast did not have to keep the information that long since they only found out about it shortly before it was released to the public. "And we've had to keep so many secrets at this point that we basically are used to having to be vaults," he added. As of this writing, the information on who will Johnny Depp portray in the movie is still kept under the covers.