Daniel Radcliffe has signed up to play the lead role in the independent film adaptation of 'The Amateur Photographer'.
Daniel Radcliffe is to star in independent film 'The Amateur Photographer'.
The 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2' actor will reportedly appear in the forthcoming comedy movie, in which he will play a young man who takes intimate pictures of people in a small town.
The 1970s-set movie - which is based on a novel of the same name - is written by Emmy-nominated Christopher Monger, who will also direct.
Daniel, 21, can next be seen in horror thriller 'The Woman In Black'.
In it he will play a young lawyer called Arthur Kipps who visits an old and isolated house in a British village to find some papers belonging to a recently-deceased client.
There he discovers tragic secrets and is haunted by the ghastly apparition of a scorned woman dressed in black.
The British star recently revealed he is looking forward to taking on new projects now his role in the 'Harry Potter' franchise is complete.
He said: "I'm sure some people will see me forever as Harry Potter and I'm fine with that. There will be others that are willing to see me in different roles. And hopefully, if I keep choosing diverse and challenging stuff, people will let that image go."