Cuarón on Harry Potter, keeps mum on Gravity

4 Apr

DIY caught up with Prisoner of Azkaban director (and lover of the Scottish highlands) Alfonso Cuarón at Saturday’s opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios.

Asked about the risks of making his Potter film “the first non-kiddy feature” of the eight film franchise, he answered:

It’s a moment when they’re 13, and the transition from childhood to teenage years. I was blessed to be working with kids who were 12/13, so it was about following their lead in many ways.

Beyond Harry Potter, Cuarón refused to speak about his upcoming lost in space epic Gravity and insisted, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.” Read more.

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