People can't seem to get enough of the Harry Potter franchise. Even though the last installment in the original series came out in 2011, fans have had their desire for Potter content satisfied since then through the release of the the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series.

The most recent movie in this series was released just last year, but with mostly positive reviews from viewers, fans are already begging for more. Critics weren't quite as kind, however, and the film did make a significantly smaller profit than the original in the series.

But the internet is still buzzing with questions about why filming for the next film was pushed back to the fall, and one actor is now reassuring them it will be worth the wait.

Actor Dan Folger, who plays Jacob Kowalski in the films, has calmed fans' nerves with his commentary on why this film is taking so much longer. In an interview with Hey U Guys, Folger explained the delay with, "The movie is going to be gigantic! The reason we were given is that the movie is bigger than the first two combined."

In response to some complaints about confusing storylines and lack of direction in The Crimes of Grindelwald, fans seem happy about the additional attention to detail that will be going into the next installment.