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Director Alfonso Cuarón turns back time on that stag-gering scene at the Great Lake.
“Rarely can you partake in a project that is part of the human consciousness and that is so universally known and loved,” says Alfonso Cuarón about directing the Prisoner of Azkaban

With werewolves, time travel, and a deeper look into the Wizarding World than the first two tales, what better story for the filmmaker to spin his own brand of cinematic magic than

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