I used to visit MuggleNet everyday in the early-mid 2000s and I was glad I could rely on them to be on the red carpet at opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios.
MuggleNet staffer Kat Miller speaks to the director of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Alfonso Cuarón (beginning at 3:40 after producers David Barron and David Heyman and special effects makeup designer Nick Dudman) and asks about the whole new style he brought to the film franchise.
Well I think that each film has a different personality and a different progression, and in many ways… what I think is interesting… that, that is projected in each film projects the age of the characters at the time.
Cuarón also discussed how fortunate he was to direct at a time when the characters were in their transitional moment of 13 y.o. where he had the opportunity to, “flex and stretch certain stylistic approaches.” Miller also spoke to costume designer Jany Temime.
Itskindacool.com also caught up with the director, who wished that Warner Bros. could’ve brought Scotland, and asked if there was anyone little detail fans should look out for.
You could walk into the set and everything is filled with detail!
This Argentinian site also caught up with Cuarón: