News articles tagged 'Daniel Radcliffe'
23 July 2009 at 05:25 GMT
Today, July 23, is Daniel Radcliffe’s twentieth birthday. Best known for playing Harry Potter on the big screen, Radcliffe has starred in several other films (December Boys and My Boy Jack) and also received glowing reviews for his role in Equus. Please join Harry Potter Fan Zone in wishing this extraordinarly talented, down to earth man a very happy birthday!
10 July 2009 at 05:24 GMT
Daniel Radcliffe appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman this evening, and you can now see a video of his appearance over at YouTube or below thanks to HarryPotterTrio.com. Remember that you can see pictures of Dan arriving at the studio to tape his segment by clicking here.
10 July 2009 at 02:19 GMT
Even though the premieres have come and gone, there are still plenty of apperances coming up by Harry Potter cast and crew to promote the sixth film, out July 15. Here’s what’s coming up:
Friday, July 10
Daniel Radcliffe on Live with Regis and Kelly; 10 AM EST, ABC
Daniel Radcliffe on the Today Show; 7 AM EST, NBC
Rupert Grint on the Today Show; 7 AM EST, NBC
Tom Felton at NJ Hot Topic; 7:00 PM EST; More info
Monday, July 13
Emma Watson on Live with Regis and Kelly; 10 AM EST, ABC
David Heyman at CA Apple Store; 7 PM PST; More info
9 July 2009 at 23:26 GMT
Daniel Radcliffe will appear on the “Late Show with David Letterman” this evening. Some photos of Dan outside of the Ed Sullivan Theater in NYC, where the show is taped, can now be seen over at WireImage. We will let you know when a recording of his segment, which airs tonight at 10:35 pm EST, is available to download or view online.
4 July 2009 at 02:24 GMT
The LA Times has published a new feature piece on Daniel Radcliffe. In the piece, Radcliffe talks about life at Hogwarts, saying that he has learned his way around all of the sets (“Well, pretty much.”) and discussing what it has been like working with some of Britain’s finest theater and film actors on those very sets.
Griffiths also once advised Radcliffe to never let the camera catch him when he wasn’t thinking because the void would be read in his eyes; the veteran prefaced that counsel by saying it was told to him by Lee Marvin, who heard it from Spencer Tracy. “Just think,” Radcliffe said, “how many young people get access to that sort of advice and that sort of history?”
The actor, who turns 20 this month, also talks about life after Hogwarts, commenting on the importance of not always being associated with J.K. Rowling’s famous boy wizard that he has been playing on screen since 2001.
2 July 2009 at 05:16 GMT
The New Zealand Herald has published a lengthy feature on Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter). In the piece – “Harry Potter – still working his magic” – Radcliffe discusses his hopes for the final two films; why he is glad the seventh book is being made into two films; and what it’s like working with Michael Gambon (Professor Dumbledore), among other things.
“I’m very happy that the seventh book is being made as two films,” notes Radcliffe, “because I was worried they would have to cut important scenes. For example in the fourth film you could cut out the house elf sub-plot and it doesn’t affect the main story in any way. In the second film they cut out the Nearly Headless Nick Death Day Party. In fact that whole character has fallen by the wayside. The problem with doing that with the final book is that there is nothing that doesn’t relate to the main story or drive it forward. There’s not much you could cut. So we’ve given ourselves the room and opportunity to do it justice.”