'The Woman in Black' actor Daniel Radcliffe has never seen a ghost and doesn't believe in them.
The 22-year-old actor - who stars in new supernatural thriller 'Woman in Black' - doesn't believe he will ever share the experiences depicted in the movie because he doubts the existence of supernatural beings.
He said: "I'm not a believer in ghosts so I find it very unlikely that I'll ever see one."
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Daniel Radcliffe found he had to subdue his own ''natural energy'' to play Arthur Kipps in new supernatural thriller movie 'The Woman in Black'.
Daniel Radcliffe had to suppress his "natural energy" in 'Woman in Black'.
The 'Harry Potter' actor - who is known for his excitable personality - found playing the lead character of Arthur Kipps in the movie was difficult for him as he had to subdue himself constantly.
At the world premiere of the new movie at the Royal Festival Hall in London last night (24.01.12), he told BANG Showbiz: "It's all about the restraint and the withheld quality. You know, I'm quite a hyperactive, excitable kind of person so it was a matter of really taking away my own natural energy and sort of subduing that to give some sense of pathos and depth."
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Dame Helen Mirren felt awkward walking on to the set of new movie 'RED' because she was working with so many huge action stars.
Dame Helen Mirren felt intimidated on the set of 'RED' because of all the action "legends" in the film.
The Oscar-winning actress - who stars alongside Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and Karl Urban in the comic book adaptation about a group of retired CIA agents who return for one last job - was nervous about shooting the movie because she thought the rest of the cast would be "on another level" to her.
Speaking on the red carpet at the UK premiere of 'RED' at London's Royal Festival Hall last night (19.10.10), Helen told BANG Showbiz: "It was intimidating, working with all these legends. I was very scared going into this movie. I thought, 'They are going to be on another level,' and, 'I don't know what's going on.' But they made me feel so welcome.
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The I GET AROUND star, 62, finished a six night stint at the capital's Royal Festival Hall on Saturday (31JUL04).
A source says, "Brian has been a real trouper. People were wondering whether the shows would still go ahead as most of his contemporaries would have cancelled if something like this had happened to them.
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Wilson - who performed songs from Smile at London's Royal Festival Hall in January (04) for the first time - has enlisted the help of his ten-piece band and the album's original lyricist to finish the record, so he can finally release it.
The album is tentatively scheduled to hit record store shelves in September (04).19/05/2004 20:54
Those fans who didn't manage to snap up the hot tickets will find rest bite in the knowledge that the 25-year-old's regional show tickets went on sale at 9am today (26MAR04).
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Reggae pioneer LEE 'SCRATCH' PERRY is eager to kick-off his MELTDOWN festival in London next month (JUN03) - because England has always driven him to do great things in music.
The event, which opens at the Royal Festival Hall in the British capital on 8 June, has been organised by the Jamaican reggae master, and Perry is excited about bringing his musical tastes to the people of his "lucky" adopted country.
He says, "I think people looking for the solution and people looking for salvation will be coming to the show and I think people will be very happy to know that this is the victory they have been waiting for and the time has come for the change. (It could) not happen anywhere else but in England.
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The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
The musician passed away while performing with his band OHM in LA.
Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.