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Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them 5-film series

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They should do a film series of her Cormoran Strike-novels. The Silkworm is amazing.

Or a Poirot-like series in a few years, when there are more books.

dont tell that to the gray pigrim

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Oooh, good for David Yates wanting to stick with 35mm. Rousselot is a hard-line film cinematographer, and he's absolutely wonderful at capturing different aesthetics.

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Ah, I had forgotten Yates was directing this. Makes me so much less interested than I already was

Mhm yeah, his Potter movies were a real mixed bag. I hope the storytelling will hold together a little better, at least, with Rowling writing directly for the screen, but I would have much preferred they went with Cuaron or someone completely new.

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I love Cuaron's Prisoner of Azkaban and would have liked to see what he would have done with the rest of the series plus JW, of course. However I did like the direction of Goblet of Fire. Yates just sucks the magic out of everything.

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Ah, I had forgotten Yates was directing this. Makes me so much less interested than I already was

Mhm yeah, his Potter movies were a real mixed bag. I hope the storytelling will hold together a little better, at least, with Rowling writing directly for the screen, but I would have much preferred they went with Cuaron or someone completely new.

I hope Yates stays away from Cuckoo's Calling. He's not great at shooting whodunnits.

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J.K. Rowling is taking her detective novel series to television, so I'm not too worried about David Yates getting his hands on that. The only TV shows he did post-Potter was the pilot for "Tyrant."

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Yates is such a pedestrian filmmaker. Completely void of the creativity shown by Cuaron, which is entirely fitting for the Potter universe.

Almost no interest in this now.

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I have no idea how crossing the street reflects on one's filmmaking abilities.

Yates is as boring as walking.

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