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Producer David Heyman talks about how he decided early on in his career to make books a big part of his business. The book that changed his life?

Producing 'Harry Potter' and 'Gravity'

Producer David Heyman talks about how he decided early on in his career to make books a big part of his business. The book that changed his life?

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