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Daniel Radcliffe Totally Lives in Amy Poehler's Building (Video

Daniel Radcliffe, the 21-year-old star of the world’s most popular film, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Gallows — Part 2,” revealed on Monday’s edition of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” that he lives in the same building as Amy Poehler and that he recently confronted the Emmy-nominated “Parks and Recreation” star in their lobby like the many giggling schoolgirls who have approached him over the years.

“I just had to lean over and say, ‘I’ve got to tell you, I’m a massive fan of ‘The Mighty B!,’ which is this cartoon that like one person here knows,” recalled Radcliffe, referring to Poehler’s Nickelodeon cartoon. “I’m scared to admit that that’s perhaps not the one thing that she would have liked me to pick out of her catalogue of work.”

He also said he watched three hours of cartoons on Monday.

Later, Radcliffe answered some questions put to him by a real-life Quidditch team, including one poor player’s query, “Do you feel responsible for my virginity?”

“Yes, I do,” said Radcliffe.

A Big Week for Daniel Radcliffe on Screen and Stage

It may not be $476 million, but the Broadway revival of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” had its most profitable eight performances last week since beginning in February — earning $1,177,086 — at the same time that its star, Daniel Radcliffe, was setting movie box offices on fire in his final turn as the boy wizard.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” sold $168.6 million in tickets in North America alone over the weekend, and a total of $476 million worldwide. As moviegoers were lining up hours early to see the last Harry Potter film, fans of the character — and the actor — were among those filling the 1,424 seats in the Al Hirschfeld Theater during a week when Mr. Radcliffe’s face was saturating the media amid Pottermania. He was in all eight performances of “How to Succeed” last week.

Still, the musical revival has room to earn even more: Its total gross was 88 percent of its possible maximum gross  ($1.34 million) through full-price ticket sales. As for box-office records, the Al Hirschfeld’s biggest money maker remains “Elf,” the holiday season musical, which earned a high of $1.57 million during Christmas week in 2010.

Among Broadway plays, meanwhile, one of the few hits of the 2010-11 season — “The _________ With the Hat” — closed on Sunday with a sizable weekly gross of $870,024. With the closing of “Hat,” Broadway now has just three straight plays — “Jerusalem,” “Master Class,” and “War Horse.” What are the chances that “Jerusalem” (which grossed a modest $364,136 last week) or “Master Class” ($304,557 last week) now picks up more audience members who want to see a play rather than a musical? And will “War Horse” crack the $1 million ticket-sales club in a coming week, a rare feat for a play? It has come close, with a gross of $976,735 last week.

Over all, Broadway musicals and plays grossed a total of $21.3 million, roughly the same as the previous week, but  up from $19.4 million for the same week last summer. The five top-grossing shows, in order, were “Wicked,” “The Lion King,” “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” “The Book of Mormon,” and “How to Succeed.”

'Harry Potter' Star Daniel Radcliffe Talks 'The Woman In Black

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Daniel Radcliffe Horror Thriller Goes to CBS Films

CBS Films has preemptively acquired “The Woman in Black,” a gothic horror thriller starring Daniel Radcliffe, the company announced Thursday.

In addition to the “Harry Potter” star, the movie features Ciaran Hinds (“The Debt”), Janet McTeer (“Into The Storm”) and Shaun Dooley (“The Red Riding Trilogy”).

The movie is about a young lawyer, played by Radcliffe, who goes to a remote village where residents are terrorized by the angry ghost of a scorned woman.

To get a sense of the film’s moody atmosphere, check out the above trailer. 

James Watkins directed the movie, which was adapted for the screen by Jane Goldman. It’s based on Susan Hill’s 1983 novel and was a stage play and television miniseries in 1989.

The film is a Cross Creek Pictures, Hammer Films Alliance Films production. Simon Oakes, Richard Jackson and Brian Oliver are producing.

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe on set of his late film The

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe on set of his late film The Woman in Black: Talking on the UK set of his new movie, The Woman in Black, the 21-year old actor has clearly morphed from twee schoolboy to fully matured man – complete with a face full of stubble.

In the film Radcliffe plays Arthur Kipps, a young lawyer who is ordered to travel to a remote corner of 1930s England to deal with a recently deceased client’s papers. However, he soon grows uneasy when he learns the local village is held hostage by the ghost of a scorned woman set on revenge.

The movie – based on the 1983 novel by Susan Hill and the following stage play which has run continuously for the past 22 years in London’s West End – is the first film role for Radcliffe post Harry Potter. And the heartthrob is worried that his Potter fans will have a hard time accepting him.

“You know, it is weird but when it’s become such a part of your life, it feels almost the same as saying goodbye to your teenage years and it is very sad but it is also an inevitability,” says the star. “And yeah, while I had an amazing time, 10 years is enough to spend with one character. I loved every second of it but I’m excited about moving on more than scared or upset.””I think it’s one of the great challenges to get people to buy me as something else. [I’m playing a] father and widower, two things I don’t have direct experience of.”

The stage version offers some serious thrills and chills and we’re expecting the same from the movie, which is incidentally being produced by Hammer studios. “I would call it a character-driven horror film along the lines of The Orphanage or The Others. It’s slow-burning and it’s very, very scary. It’s about loss, family and fear,” summarises Radcliffe.

Daniel Radcliffe: 'I AM Harry Potter' | The Wrap Movies

We’re pretty sure there’s a spell in the “Harry Potter” series that turns an actor into a total douchebag and “inhabits” his character to the degree that everyone hates him. (No wait — that was Val Kilmer in “The Doors.” Apologies for the mix-up.)

Daniel Radcliffe, on the other hand, gets it.

See this interview in which he insists that he’s Harry Potter, who then plays the actor when he’s not on set.

Happy 22nd Birthday Daniel! | Daniel Radcliffe Network

Deathly Hallows Part 1
Role: Harry Potter
Release: November 19, 2010
Status: Completed

Deathly Hallows Part 2
Role: Harry Potter
Release: July 15, 2011
Status:Completed

The Woman in Black
Role: Arthur Kipps
Release: 2011
Status: In Production


Journey
Role: Daniel Eldon
Release: 2011
Status: In Production

Daniel Radcliffe on Harry Potter Director, His Least Favorite

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Daniel Radcliffe In New Horror Movie Called The Woman In Black

Here’s another ‘what’s next’ for Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe. Stay tuned. Hi everyone! Straight from our headquarters, I’m Dana Ward for ClevverTV. It just got revealed that Daniel Radcliffe will star in the horror film, The Woman in Black. Yikes, it already sounds creepy… and that’s before you find out that the freakish scenes all will be in 3D. Radcliffe is set to play a young attorney who must to set-up shop solo in an old and isolated home, as described in the 1983 novel by Susan Hill. He realizes that the town is tormented and forced to stay put by a ghostly woman with an eye for revenge. Do you think that this will be a role easily portrayed by Daniel because of his work with wizards and such in the Harry Potter franchise? And how do you think fans will react to an obviously more mature role for DR as a lawyer? Let us know by tweeting us @ClevverTV. Dana Ward here, thanks for watching the show, bye!

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“Harry Potter” hero Daniel Radcliffe is set to star in Hammer Films’ gothic thriller “The Woman in Black,” the actor’s publicist has confirmed to TheWrap.

James Watkins (“Eden Lake”) will direct from a script by Jane Goldman (“Kick-Ass”).

The supernatural story follows a young lawyer who travels to a remote corner of the U.K. to sort out a recently deceased client’s papers. As he works alone in the client’s old, secluded home, he begins to uncover dark secrets of the house. His unease grows when he discovers that the local village is held hostage by the ghost of a scorned woman dressed in black who is set on vegeance.

This is a smart move for Radcliffe. He’s a movie star whether he’s playing everyone’s favorite bespectacled boy wizard or not, and I like that he’s lending his clout to a genre film that should help resurrect the once-prestigious Hammer label.

“The Woman in Black” is based on Susan Hill’s 1983 best-selling novel, which has been adapted as a long-running stage play and a TV movie.

Hammer’s parent company, Exclusive Media Group, is co-financing with Canadian distributor Alliance Films.

Hammer’s Simon Oakes will produce with Richard Jackson of Talisman Films, while Exclusive’s Nigel Sinclair and Guy East will exec produce with Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee.

Production is expected to begin this fall.

Hammer had announced at Cannes that the film would be produced in 3D, but those plans have wisely been put on hold for the moment, as the material doesn’t seem to really merit the special treatment … or the ticket surcharge.

Hammer Films has Matt Reeves’ vampire remake “Let Me In” in post-production, as well as the Hilary Swank-Jeffrey Dean Morgan thriller “The Resident.” Additionally, Exclusive has Peter Weir’s “The Way Back” due in time for awards season.

Radcliffe recently attached himself to a big-screen adaptation of “All Quiet on the Western Front.” The 20-year-old actor also is set to return to Broadway next spring in the musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”

Warner Bros. will release “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I” on Nov. 19, while “Part II” won’t debut until July 15, 2011.

Radcliffe is represented by Artists Rights Group.

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