11 items from 2010
Daniel Radcliffe has his work cut out for him. In 2011 it will be 10 years since he became the face of the Harry Potter franchise. But with the last installment due out next summer, he will have to find a new image if he wants to continue his career. He's already made some steps, joining the cast of the horror film Woman in Black and discussing a role in the remake of the classic war film All Quiet On The Western Front, but now he may go in a whole new direction: comedy. Entertainment Biz! reports that Radcliffe is being pursued for and has shown interest in joining the cast of Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse. Based on a trailer that Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel made in film school, the film sees the two titular characters trying to survive living together in a post-apocalyptic world. Seth Rogen confirmed that »
HollywoodNews.com: Daniel Radcliffe has been busy since he wrapped filming on the seventh and final “Harry Potter” film several months ago, with several upcoming projects–he’ll star in the Broadway show “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” as well as three new movies: “The Woman In Black,” “All Quiet On The Western Front,” and “The Journey Is The Destination.”
Says the actor, 21, of his demanding schedule: “Working is how I will best get through a very weird time. I know it’s the most constructive thing I can do because otherwise I’d be moping around and being a bit like, ‘Oh, I miss everyone’. So I’m quite pleased to go on to the next thing and the next challenge.”
“The Woman in Black”, a horror adaptation whose script kept Radcliffe “jumping and gasping” when he first read it, should allow audiences to see the »
- Whitney Milam
Daniel Radcliffe is growing up fast. Not content with being one of the most recognisable faces on the planet, the young Brit seems dead set on taking the movie world by storm, with the latest news being that he is to star in the adaptation of Susan Hill's horror The Woman In Black.
He already has two films in the pipeline, one being a remake of the 1930's war film All Quiet On The Western Front and the other a biopic of Dan Eldon in The Journey Is The Destination, and now he's signed up to James Watkins' new film that has been written by Kick-Ass scribe Jane Goldman (Mrs. Jonathan Ross). All this after two massive productions in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2, not to mention his run in the Broadway musical of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
Daniel Radcliffe seems like he plans to mix it up in his post-Hogwarts career. Not only is he doing an update of the classic All Quiet On The Western Front, but he's dipping into some old-school horror. The Harry Potter star has joined The Woman In Black, from the recently revived Hammer Films. The adaptation of Susan Hill’s bestseller will come from director James Watkins (Eden Lake), with a script from Jane Goldman (Kick-ass) that Radcliffe says is "both tender and »
- Dave Davis
The Harry Potter star will play young lawyer Arthur Kipps - who is sent to work in a remote house haunted by the ghost of a scorned woman - in Hammer Films and Alliance Films' adaptation of Susan Hill's best-selling novel.
This will be Daniel's first movie role after shooting the final Harry Potter film earlier this year.
"It is thrilling to be working with James Watkins. From his brilliant »
- David Bentley
June 26, 2010: Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is going to take on the avatar of a German soldier in his next film. He has been signed to essay the lead role in the remake of the film All Quiet On The Western Front, which was a classic war movie.
The 20 year old Daniel will don the role of soldier Paul Baumer, who battles in the World War I. The filmmakers are very confident of his acting caliber. Paul is shown as a teenager, who enters the army to learn the trick of battle.
Producer Ian Stokell said, “The vulnerability and innocence of the character, is nicely brought by Daniel. The role. »
The ‘Harry Potter’ star will play young German soldier Paul Baumer who fights in the trenches in France in World War I. The makers are confident that he has the calibre to shine.
‘Daniel brings a vulnerability and innocence to Paul. We know he can tap into the delicate balance between intensity and believability that is critical for this demanding role,’ telegraph.co.uk quoted producer. »
The shooting of the movie is expected to begin in 2012.
The Harry Potter will play the role of World War One German soldier Paul Baumer, a teenager who joins the army and learns the full horror of battle.
“When we realised how much Daniel loved the script we were really excited,” The Sun quoted producer Ian Stokell as saying. (Ani) »
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Drake Sells 460K In First Week
Drake's debut album Thank Me Later certainly lived up to the hype. The Canadian rapper's full-length debut moved almost a half million copies in its first week of release, making it the third biggest debut of 2010 (just behind releases by Sade and Lady Antebellum). Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Sarah McLachlan also debuted big.
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Daniel Radcliffe has been confirmed to play the lead role in the upcoming remake of All Quiet On The Western Front. The story centres on soldier Paul Bäumer (Radcliffe) and how he and his colleagues adapt to fighting in World War I. Ian Stokell and Lesley Paterson wrote the script and will produce the film through their production company Sliding Down Rainbows Entertainment, reports Variety. "Daniel brings a vulnerability (more) »
- By Jennifer Still
Daniel Radcliffe has been attached to star in the remake of 1930s war classic All Quiet On The Western Front. Now having officially graduated from Hogwarts, with filming on the seven-tome, eight-film series complete after a decade-long span, Radcliffe is clearly wasting no time jumping into new projects. But is a remake of such a much-loved film really the best move for the burgeoning actor? Producer Ian Stokell thinks so. He tells Variety: "Daniel brings a vulnerability and innocence to Paul. When we realised how much he loved the...
- Josh Winning
11 items from 2010
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