While filming the horror-comedy in Canada, the British actor revealed he unknowingly drank "non-potable" water.
Daniel Radcliffe isn't the first actor to suffer a severe injury when shooting a film, but he may be the only person who has accidentally poisoned himself while on set, and is rather lucky to have not caused any serious damage.
Radcliffe drank antifreeze while filming in Canada
The "Harry Potter" star appeared on 'Conan' on Thursday (Nov 6th) to discuss his new movie 'Horns,' which was filmed in Canada, and revealed he became "horrendously ill" after having a drink of "non-potable" water.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Recalls Accidentally Poisoning Himself By Drinking Antifreeze On The Set Of 'Horns'
'Horns' has the potential to become an iconic Halloween costume idea, and actor 'Daniel Radcliffe' has an inkling that's not such a bad idea.
Following the Halloween release of 'Horns', it seems like the film might have arrived a little too late to inspire elaborate trick-or-treat costume ideas, although star Daniel Radcliffe has his hopes set on next year, and with good reason. "I loved them. I had a great time" he explained, "they were very very quick to put on, they were like twenty minutes".
Daniel Radcliffe stars as 'Ignatius "Ig" Perrish' in 'Horns'.
In an age when special effects can take days to set up, Daniel Radcliffe was amazed at how fast the fake horns were applied. In a recent interview promoting the movie, Radcliffe explained that two hours is no time at all where prosthetics are concerned. "The big stuff at the end where I had even bigger make-up still only took two hours which is crazy for the amount of stuff they did."
Continue reading: Could 'Horns' Inspire Next Year's Halloween Costumes?
Aja's unique horror-comedy marks yet another new tone for Daniel Radcliffe.
As Daniel Radcliffe continues to experiment with movie genres, he has frequently mentioned that he is happiest about his role in the new thriller 'Horns', directed by maverick filmmaker Alexandre Aja. The 36-year-old writer-director has been playing with the horror genre since his 1999 feature debut 'Furia', a post-apocalyptic romp starring a little-known Marion Cotillard.
Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple are star-crossed lovers in 'Horns'
After the vicious 'High Tension' (2003) and a pair of remakes ('The Hills Have Eyes' and 'Mirrors'), Aja took a sharp left turn into comedy with the hit 'Piranha 3D'. And now he's combined humour with terror for 'Horns', in which Daniel Radcliffe plays a hapless guy who is suspected of killing his girlfriend (Juno Temple), but discovers that the horns growing out of his head might help him find the real murderer.
Continue reading: Alexandre Aja's Horns Sends Daniel Radcliffe In A New Direction
With his most stylish film yet, horror specialist Alexandre Aja takes a wildly irreverent approach, packing the screen with rude humour, visual flourishes and spiky characters. But it's assembled in such a rapid-fire way that it's difficult to get a handle on anything, which makes the movie feel like a series of outrageous set-pieces without a coherent plot to hold them together. The likeable actors help bring their characters to life, but the film is too hyperactive to let us engage with any of them.
It's set in a small town near Seattle, where Ig (Daniel Radcliffe) is in shock after his childhood sweetheart Merrin (Juno Temple) was violently murdered. Then he becomes the prime suspect, and the media have a field day. So he hires his lifelong pal Lee (Max Minghella) as his lawyer, partly because he's the only person in town who believes he's innocent. This includes Ig's parents (James Remar and Kathleen Quinlan) and brother (Joe Anderson). As the situation continues to deteriorate, Ig suddenly discovers that horns are growing on his head and no one seems very shocked by this. They also seem unable to lie in his presence, so he decides to use this to find out who really killed Merrin. Along the way he gets a shocking glimpse into what everyone in town really thinks about each other.
The film is an assault on the senses, as Aja packs every moment with outrageous sights and sounds, encouraging the actors to sometimes drift over the line into broad slapstick. He also fills the screen with religious imagery, including churches, crosses, pitchforks and snakes, all hinting that Ig's transformation is connected with his loss of faith. Or maybe it's just part of the film's jokey attitude. But as pieces of the central mystery slowly fall into place, the movie seems to become looser and less coherent. Even when the real villain is identified, there's still at least half an hour of flashbacks and revelations, confrontations and conclusions, none of which are particularly surprising or satisfying.
Continue reading: Horns Review
Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple are interviewed at a press junket for their forthcoming fantasy thriller 'Horns'. They spoke about the horns make-up, the sex scenes between them and working with the real life snakes on set.
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Just when you thought it wasn't possible to love Daniel Radcliffe anymore…
Ever since we first saw him as Harry Potter 13 years ago, we’ve known Daniel Radcliffe was one pretty talented guy. But it turns out that Radcliffe’s talents actually stretch even further than we first thought. Appearing on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on Tuesday (October 28th), the 25 year old showed off an unexpected hidden talent, yes it turns out Radcliffe can rap too!
Daniel Radcliffe can rap, who knew
Radcliffe was appearing on Fallon’s sofa to promote his new movie ‘Horns’, in which he plays Ig, an outcast who one day wakes up to find a pair of horns growing from his forehead, giving him special powers.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Wows ‘The Tonight Show’ With His Rap Skills On ‘Alphabet Aerobics’
The London Film Festival closes with the Fury premiere, while Daniel Radcliffe's Horns also premiered in Leicester Square. Set pictures from Lady in the Van and Dad's Army, as well as new trailers for What We Do in the Shadows, The Hunger Games 3 and Avengers 2...
The London Film Festival wrapped up this week with Brad Pitt leading a charge through Leicester Square for the red carpet premiere of his World War II tank thriller Fury, accompanied by his crewmates Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal, plus writer-director David Ayer. See the full set of photos here.
Also in London, Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple hit the red carpet for the premiere of their new horror-comedy thriller Horns, which opens in both America and Britain next week. See the pictures of Daniel & Juno here.
Continue reading: A Week In Movies: Premieres With Brad Pitt And Daniel Radcliffe In London, Maggie Smith And Toby Jones On Set, Trailers For A Vampire Comedy And Two Big Franchise Sequels
Harry Potter star will play Michael Caine's son in the movie sequel, which is set for a 2016 release.
Daniel Radcliffe will star in the upcoming sequel to the 2013 movie Now You See Me. The former Harry Potter star will play the son of the character played by Michael Caine in the magic / heist caper.
Daniel Radcliffe will star in the upcoming movie sequel to Now You See Me as Michael Caine's son
Caine himself made the unexpected casting announcement in an interview with the movie blog Hey You Guys! “There’s a sequel to Now You See Me and we’re shooting in London,” he said. “I shoot in December, the whole of December in London, and my son is Harry Potter. I thought it’d be funny, me and Daniel Radcliffe as father and son.”
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe To Star In 'Now You See Me 2'
Following the mysterious death of his girlfriend, Merrin Williams (Juno Temple), Ig Perrish (Daniel Redcliffe) wakes up from with a hangover and no recollection of the night before. When horns begin to steadily grow out of his head, and the local people begin to believe that Perrish is guilty of raping and murdering Williams, Perrish decides that the time has come to find his girlfriend's killer, once and for all - so that she may finally rest in peace, and he can save both his name and his soul from eternal damnation.
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Radcliffe is working his way through the genres.
After growing up on-screen in the Harry Potter movies from 2001 to 2011, Daniel Radcliffe became one of the richest actors in the world. But he also quickly set about making sure he wasn't locked into being the boy wizard for the rest of his career. His first emphatic move was to star in the 2007 West End production of Equus, in which he appeared on-stage fully naked.
Daniel Radcliffe [L] and Zoe Kazan [R] in 'What If'
He further broke from his family-friendly image by poking fun at himself on Ricky Gervais' TV series Extras, then moving on to the Aussie drama December Boys, the ghostly thriller The Woman in Black and the biographical gay drama Kill Your Darlings.
Continue reading: 'What If' Stretches Daniel Radcliffe's Range
With his first romantic-comedy, Daniel Radcliffe proves adept at delivering snappy dialogue and generating strong chemistry with his costars, so it's frustrating that the film is never remotely believable. Director Michael Dowse and writer Elan Mastai find some cleverly original angles on the genre, but never seem sure whether this is silly slapstick or darker black comedy. They also indulge in several appallingly corny plot points that would only happen like this if they were written by a screenwriter.
Radcliffe plays Wallace, a British guy living in Toronto. After a bad break-up he has dropped out of med school and let his life drift aimlessly, but now his best pal Allan (Adam Driver) is tired of his moping around. So he introduces Wallace to his cousin Chantry (Zoe Kazan), and the two hit it off. The problem is that Chantry has a lovely boyfriend, Ben (Rafe Spall), so just wants to be friends. Wallace is smitten but pretends that this is fine. And this causes a serious problem as they get to know each other over the next few weeks. Meanwhile, Allan has his own fast-moving relationship with Nicole (Mackenzie Davis), and he urges Wallace to make a move when Ben is transferred to Dublin for six months. The question is whether Chantry feels the same way about him.
Dowse has always been good at finding the sharper edges of humour in any scene (see Fubar or Goon), but this film has a squishy sentimental centre that threatens to undo it at every turn. There are also several goofy moments that strain credibility, such as when Wallace and Chantry are forced to share a sleeping bag naked. Meanwhile, the characters are so perky that they're somewhat exhausting. The actors seem to be trying desperately to make us like them in every scene, and sometimes this works simply because they are genuinely engaging. But the best moments are when Radcliffe hesitates awkwardly or explores the darker side of his longing, or when Kazan reveals the doubt behind her super-cute eyes.
Continue reading: What If Review
On screen, Radcliffe continues to move away from Potter, but it's his performance in interviews that really set him apart
Whenever Daniel Radcliffe promotes a new film, a slew of new headlines are born; the 24-year-old actor, still learning his trade on stage, on camera and on the other side of an interview, seemingly can’t help gushing forth honest statements about his personal life and the mistakes he’s made, and he does so with the his now-trademark awkward-bumbling English timbre.
Daniel Radcliffe [L] and Zoe Kazan [R] in 'What If'
His most recent project, What If, sees Radcliffe step in to romantic comedy for the first time in his career. He plays Wallace, a medical school drop out who sees his peers form meaningful, lengthy relationships around him while he struggles with a string of difficult unions. It’s only when he gives up on his love life that he meets Chantry, a charismatic animator… who lives with her boyfriend. This leads Wallace to wonder What If… (yeah?) his perfect partner could actually just be a close friend.
Continue reading: What If... Daniel Radcliffe Was The Most Honest Actor Out There?
The Harry Potter star, all set to appear in the upcoming rom-com 'What If?' recently stated he wants to play Iggy Pop. But is this a match made in heaven, or a casting nightmare?
Following Daniel Radcliffe's recent announcement that he wouldn't mind playing the unpredictable and irrational Iggy Pop in a film, it's interesting to wonder whether Radcliffe could actually pull off the part of the drug-addled rock star.
Daniel Radcliffe admits there are similarities between him and Iggy Pop
The comment came from an interview with radio host Eric J Lawrence, in which Radcliffe stated "we've got a similar, gnarly sort of, slightly strange skinny bodies." Perhaps the twenty five year old's star power would be the perfect draw for an Iggy Pop film, as the last time Pop was portrayed on screen was by Foo Fighters drummer, Taylor Hawkins last year. The film, CBGB, received negative reviews, with review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes rating the film only 6%.
Continue reading: Could Daniel Radcliffe Successfully Play Iggy Pop?
Daniel Radcliffe has expressed an interest in playing rock star Iggy Pop in a film.
Earlier this week he mentioned his desire to play a superhero, but Daniel Radcliffe is keeping his options open. In an interview with U.S. radio host Eric J Lawrence, Radcliffe remarked on the physical similarities between the two, commenting "We've got a similar, gnarly sort of, slightly strange skinny bodies." Pop was portrayed on screen by Foo Fighters' drummer Taylor Hawkins last year in the film CBGB but the film was a commercial and critical flop.
Daniel Radcliffe at the premiere for new film What If
In the subject of music, Daniel spoke of his love for the British indie band, The Libertines, particularly their troubled frontman, Pete Doherty, in an interview with The Daily Mail. "I was obsessed with Pete when I was growing up, absolutely obsessed with The Libertines. And then I saw him a few months back on the train, having a cup of tea." He admitted that the star's outlandish ways had an impact on him. "I did used to worry about him when I was younger. I felt scared for him because of all the drugs and the lifestyle. I didn't say anything to him about it. It's his business. It's his stuff to deal with. Why would he want to hear anything from me?"
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The Harry Potter star has a fresh bout of honesty for us
Daniel Radcliffe’s career as an actor has been both propelled and stunted by lightening ascension to worldwide notoriety. As Harry Potter, the 24-year-old Fulham-born actor was instantly a household name.
Daniel Radcliffe at the 'What If' premiere
And while this instant fame would bring riches, he would always be known as the kid who played Harry Potter, much like his character is known as the boy who escapes Voldermort. But for those who thought his performances as Potter were wooden, it wasn’t just being typecast that could ruin Radcliffe’s potential.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Isn't Good In 'The Half Blood Prince' And Writes "Terrible Poetry" - Cool.
Daniel Radcliffe says he would love to go into directing.
Daniel Radcliffe has spoken of his desire to get into directing and says that he often see even "really good" directors assuming they are the only creative person on the set. The English actor, 25, is currently starring in the indie romantic-comedy What If, alongside Zoe Kazan and Jemima Rooper.
Daniel Radcliffe with fans at the 'What If' premiere in London [Getty/Ian Gavan]
During his team working on Harry Potter, Radcliffe collaborated with some of the finest directors in the business - Alfonso Cuaron, Mike Newell, David Yates and Chris Columbus -though still observes that many filmmakers make the same mistakes.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe, "Directors Think They're The Only Creatives On-Set"
The 25 year-old star isn't proud of some of his 'Harry Potter' acting, especially in 2009's 'Half Blood Prince.'
Daniel Radcliffe rose to global notoriety by portraying 'Harry Potter' in all eight of the successful franchise's films, which were based on J.K. Rowling's book series, and even though many fans will always associate him with the young wizard, the 25 year-old Brit wishes this would not happen.
Radcliffe isn't happy with some of his 'Harry Potter' acting
Since moving onto other projects, Radcliffe has been on a constant mission to lose the 'Harry Potter' image and establish himself as a legitimate acting star, and he recently went as far as saying that he gets embarrassed when watching the popular wizarding movies due to his poor performances.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Critical Of Own 'Harry Potter' Acting: "I'm Just Not Very Good In It"
Daniel Radcliffe won't be teaming up with Emma Watson, either.
Daniel Radcliffe says playing Harry Potter in new movies is "not on the cards" though has spoken about how the boy wizard has influenced his own character. Radcliffe, who is currently starring in the indie romantic-comedy What If, says he and Harry share fiercely loyal sensibilities.
Daniel Radclife [L] and Zoe Kazan [R] in 'What If'
Appearing at Comic-Con, Radcliffe was asked whether there was a chance he could reprise his role as Potter, given JK Rowling's new projects in the world of Hogwarts. It was a straight and direct 'no' from the 27-year-old though he spoke in-depth about how the character was embedded in himself.
Continue reading: 'What If'?: Daniel Radcliffe Rules Out More Harry Potter
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Daniel Radcliffe’s career has withstood two very distinct phases: being cast a child actor as Harry Potter and trying to shake off his reputation as a child actor in Harry Potter. It looks as though ‘Horns’ might be the picture to finally achieve that goal.
Daniel Radcliffe talks 'Horns' at Comic-Con 2014
In ‘Horns’, Radcliffe plays Ig, an ostensibly regular guy with a normal life, a girlfriend and all the rest of it. Until one day, his girlfriend is brutally murdered, and he wakes up hungover with horns growing out of his head. To boot: he is the number one suspect in the murder trial and the media are hounding him 24/7.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Is Unrecognisable With 'Horns' [Trailer + Poster]
Ig Perrish wakes up after a particularly drunken night with a very sore head - though, as it turns out, this is no ordinary hangover. He finds that he is somehow growing horns from his tempes, following the brutal murder of his girlfriend. Having been the prime suspect in the case, the media are swamping him everyday since he was absolved, and it seems no-one actually believes he was really innocent. Checking out his new growths, he visits one of the few friends he still has but is amazed to see that she neither looks surprised or troubled by them. As the day goes on, he visits a doctor, but soon discovers that everyone appears to be being painfully honest with him about their private thoughts - and not only that, but he seems to have to power to control their actions too.
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The Tom Cruise vehicle received the highest number of complaints to the British Board of Film Classification, but what were the reasons for this?
According to figures released by the British Board Of Film Classification (BBFC), the Tom Cruise action thriller Jack Reacher was 2013’s most complained about film. Based on a series of novels by British author Jim Grant, the film follows the actions of the protagonist who gives the film its namesake in a quest to solve a series of violent and murky crimes using methods that themselves often delve into law-breaking. Naturally in a contemporary Hollywood action thriller you would expect a continuous torrent of violence, explosions and careless destruction but it seems that a rare example of leniency by a traditionally conservative and uptight BBFC has led to a number of complaints by cinemagoers.
Violence meted out by the film's protagonist, played by Cruise, has drawn criticism from filmgoers.
A total of 26 complaints were received by the classification board which decried the 12A film certificate- meaning children under 12 be accompanied by an adult, as misjudged. The complaints remain, despite the fact that the BBFC revealed it demanded two cuts within the film to achieve the 12A rating. The board’s own website describes these cuts as “a woman being suffocated by a man and a man being hit over the head with a rock.” Yet filmgoers still felt unsettled enough by the remaining violent scenes to lodge 26 formal complaints.
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The 25 year-old actor admits his first time having sex was a "really good time."
Unfortunately for wizarding fans, Daniel Radcliffe and Harry Potter are constantly moving further and further apart. The British actor achieved global notoriety portraying the popular boy wizard, but as his career constantly changes, so does his image.
Radcliffe is slowly shedding his Harry Potter character
Since last playing Potter in 2011, Radcliffe has gone onto receive critical acclaim in other films such as 'Kill Your Darlings,' as well as stage productions like 'The Cripple of Inishmaan,' and now it seems the 25 year-old actor is ready to speak candidly about aspects of his personal life previously unknown.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Recalls Losing Virginity And Squashes Engagement Speculation
Daniel Radcliffe hit Comic-Con International on Friday, to promote his latest movie 'Horns'.
Daniel Radcliffe was the star attraction at Comic-Con International 2014 on Friday (July 25, 2014), touting his new dramedy 'Horns' - an adaption of the Joe Hill novel by the supremely talented Alexandre Aja.
Radcliffe, who turned 25 this week, plays Ig - a man falsely accused of killing his girlfriend who then begins growing a set of horns that have a mysterious dishibiting effect on those around him.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe Touts 'Horns' At Comic-Con 2014
There’s more than just ‘Horns’ on the horizon for Daniel Radcliffe.
As much as some of us might have wanted Daniel Radcliffe to stay being Harry Potter forever, the actor has well and truly moved on from his wizarding past thanks to some critically acclaimed stage performances. But while he’s proved his worth on the West End and Broadway, we’re still waiting for that one great film role which will make us see Radcliffe in a whole new light. It could be Horns, which has already caused a stir after its trailer was released earlier this week. But aside from Horns, here’s four more upcoming Radcliffe projects that you need to start getting excited about.
There's a lot more to come from Daniel Radcliffe
Continue reading: From ‘What If’ To ‘Victor Frankenstein’: The 4 Daniel Radcliffe Films We Just Can’t Wait For
The genre-defying movie hits cinemas on Halloween
Daniel Radcliffe has been working off his Harry Potter weight with great success over the past few years. The 24-year-old Fulham-born actor’s next non-Potter outing is as Ignatius Perrish, a man who awakes one morning after a heavy night on the tiles to find he has a pair of horns protruding from his temples.
Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple attend a screening of 'Horns' at the Toronto Film Festival in 2013 - Getty/Aaron Harris
But his newfound, devilish horns aren’t his only problem. Far from it: Perrish has been accused of raping and murdering his girlfriend, and must discover the true perpetrator of the crime while in hiding from the victims' friends and family. Because of those damned horns.
Continue reading: Daniel Radcliffe's Latest Potter-Shaker: 'Horns'
Was that Pottermore update really all we’re getting?
The buzz over J.K. Rowling’s latest Harry Potter offering is showing no signs of dying down. The 1,500 word story, published on the author’s Pottermore site, was a simple news style piece written in the voice of journalist Rita Skeeter. But it gave us the first update, since the Deathly Hallows epilogue as to what Harry and his friends have been up to. It’s all left us wondering, are there more Harry Potter offerings to come, or is J.K. Rowling really just teasing us?
J.K. Rowling offered fans an update on Harry and the gang on her Pottermore site
If J.K. Rowling just wanted to assure us that Harry, Ron, Hermione and even Neville had all grown up okay she could have easily done that. She could have written a kind of ‘nothing to see here’ style piece, which reassured us and satisfied our appetite for all things Potter, without leaving too many doors opened. But instead, the Daily Prophet article that Rowling posted only left us asking even more questions and threw up endless new possibilities for the members of Dumbledore’s army.
Continue reading: Is JK Rowling's Pottermore Update Hinting That More 'Harry Potter' Stories Are On The Way?
J.K. Rowling's latest addition to Harry Potter website 'Pottermore' has once again sparked interest in the possibility of another film. Unfortunately, another Harry Potter movie is unlikely and here are five reasons why!
J.K. Rowling really stirred up the cauldron of excitement when she published a new Harry Potter story on Tuesday (8th July) and caused fans to speculate over whether there would be a new film.
J.K. Rowling's short story prompted wide spread speculation about the possibility of a new film.
Read More: 12 Things We Learnt From J.K. Rowling's New Harry Potter Story.
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As the British novelist released a short story about the adult lives of Harry, Ron and Hermione, the 24 year-old actor confirms that he will not be reprising his role as the famous boy wizard anytime soon.
Once J.K. Rowling released the new 'Harry Potter' short story, detailing the adult lives of the book series' famous trio, fans were rejoicing everywhere.
But before long they were quickly hit with the bad news, shortly after the 1,500 word piece was uploaded onto the British author's Pottermore website, Daniel Radcliffe quickly denied that he will be reprising his role as the young wizard anytime soon.
Radcliffe won't be reprising his role as Harry Potter in the near future
Continue reading: As J.K. Rowling's Short Story Is Released, Daniel Radcliffe Shoots Down Harry Potter Return
Harry and the gang are all grown-up, but where have they been since Deathly Hallows?
Seven years on from the final Harry Potter book, Jk Rowling has treated fans to a brand new short story about everyone’s favourite wizard on her website, Pottermore. The 1,500 piece takes the form of a Daily Prophet gossip column, penned by cutting journalist Rita Skeeter. In tabloid style, Skeeter gives an update on what’s happened to Harry, Hermione, Ron and a few others as the Quidditch World Cup finals take place. So what did we learn about Harry and the gang after reading Rowling’s latest writings?
JK Rowling has given fans an update on Harry Potter
1. Harry is still a pretty big deal
Continue reading: 12 Things We Learnt From JK Rowling’s New Harry Potter Story
J.K. Rowling has no plans to write more Harry Potter books.
J.K Rowling's Pottermore addition last week, introducing fans to thirty-something Harry Potter and chums, may have been met with clamorous excitement by fans but gave one actor a sinking feeling. Daniel Radcliffe, who made his name as the titular boy wizard, saw Rowling's new chapter as forewarning that he'd need to reprise his fantasy role for another movie.
Apparently Radcliffe's fears were assuaged by the British author, who sent the actor a text reassuring him that she won't be writing any more film featuring Harry, ergo there'll be no more Potter films, probably.
Rowling sent her fans dizzy with excitement when she posted a new chapter set 16 years after Voldemort's defeat. Written in the style of a tabloid article penned by busy-body Rita Skeeter, the 1500-word story featured Harry, Ron and Hermione aged 34 Quidditch World Cup Final in the Patagonian Desert.
Continue reading: J.K. Rowling Reassures Daniel Radcliffe That There’ll Be No More Potter Films, Probably
Daniel Radcliffe Monday 2nd May 2011 The Official Reception for the 2011 Drama Desk Award Nominees held at Bombay Palace Restaurant. New York City, USA
Daniel Radcliffe Sunday 27th March 2011 Opening Night after party for the Broadway musical production of 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying' held at The Plaza Hotel New York City, USA
Daniel Radcliffe and Equus - Friday 6th February 2009 at Times Square New York City, USA
Daniel Radcliffe - Sunday 10th February 2008 at British Academy Film Awards 2008 London, England
Daniel Radcliffe Tuesday 15th May 2007 Daniel Radcliffe signing autographs outside the the Gielgud Theatre London, England
Date of birth
23rd June, 1989
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