Yep, Daniel Radcliffe has taken on some radical roles in recent years, from undercover white supremacist to flatulent corpse.
JK Rowling has caused mayhem among Harry Potter fans after a cryptic tweet that appeared to hint at more material from the prolific writer.
A Roman Catholic school in Nashville, Tennessee, has removed all Harry Potter books from its library, over concerns that they contain actual spells and curses.
The actor confirms he's not taking over Hugh Jackman's role while discussing 'Playmobil: The Movie.'
The actor discusses his spy role in the animated feature and what it would take for him to play a live-action secret agent.
Daniel Radcliffe’s new movie ‘Swiss Army Man’ (in UK cinemas on 30 September) caused quite a stir when it debuted at Sundance earlier this year, but not for the reasons they were hoping for. Reports from the indie film festival suggested that dozens of people had walked out of the film’s premiere, with Variety saying that “a continuous stream of audience members” headed for the door before it had even finished, and thus the the film’s reputation as “that farting corpse” movie was cemented for eternity. “It’s really boring what actually happened at Sundance,” Radcliffe explained to Yahoo Movies, “The film went up half an hour late.
Daniel Radcliffe’s new film ‘Imperium’ (in UK cinemas Friday) sees the ‘Harry Potter’ star as you’ve never seen him before. “I actually became weirdly more recognisable [with a skinhead],” Daniel told Yahoo Movies, “Even though I looked very different, I think my hair gives me a little bit of cover or something.