Alfonso Cuaron Has No Plans to Direct “Fantastic Beasts”

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May 25, 2014

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Unfortunately, rumors that Alfonso Cuaron would direct “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” turned out to be just that. The “Prisoner of Azkaban” director was recently interviewed about his upcoming projects and said that he currently has “no plans of any kind”:

“It was a very beautiful experience for me. I have a lot of love for that universe and I tremendously admire J.K. Rowling, but today, for the present, projects based around lots of visual effects don’t attract me. I’m coming out of a five-year process of doing visual effects and now I sort of want to clean my palate of that a little bit,” the director said.

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10 Responses to Alfonso Cuaron Has No Plans to Direct “Fantastic Beasts”

Avatar ImageMad But Happy says: Well, that's that... I wonder who it is, then. I wonder if they'll finally go for Steven Spielberg, or something.Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: Best news I've seen in a good while... Would love it if they brought back Chris to direct...Avatar Imagesessionka says: I am happy about this. Hopefully it will be true.Avatar Imagepotterball says: also if you have xfinity with the opening of the wizarding world of harry potter if you don't have the ultimate blu rays you can see all 8 parts of creating the world the bad news is parts 1, 3 and 6 creating the magic, the music of harry potter and the creatures of harry potter isn't the the magic is 28, and it cuts off when it really starts to get good out of 63 minutes, haven't seen parts 3 or 6, part 3 is 30 minutes of 63, and creatures is only 10 of 64, but 2,4,5,7,8 are the full and part 2 is the longest at 80 minutesAvatar Imagejustinthemighty says: Bummer. It'll be interesting to see who they choose in the end. If they decide to pull from past HP directors, I truly hope they forget all about Columbus. Avatar ImageEeyore says: I don't know who would be a good choice, but I'm glad it's not Cuaron. We'd have his vision and not JK Rowling's vision of the Fantastic Beasts. He seems to me to be one of those directors who is very creative, but not very faithful to the source material. Better for him to just do his own thing.

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