First clip from Beast of Burden

Judi Dench, Julie Walters and Ian McKellen among Old Vic anniversary ambassadors

Dame Judi Dench, Dame Julie Walters, Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Ben Kingsley are among the actors who have been named bicentenary ambassadors of The Old Vic ahead of the theatre’s 200th birthday.

The ambassadors will curate monologues, share their reflections on the theatre and attend special events to celebrate the anniversary.

Dame Judi, Ralph Fiennes, Glenda Jackson and Daniel Radcliffe are among the stars who will share birthday messages to the theatre during the week of the anniversary in May. Other famous faces who will serve as ambassadors include Dame Eileen Atkins, Hugh Bonneville, Dominic West and Oscar nominee Lesley Manville.


Beast of Burden on Blu-Ray and DVD

Beast of Burden out April 3 on Blu-Ray and DVD according to Amazon.

The skies over the border of the United States and Mexico can be as dangerous and unforgiving as the desert below. Sean Haggerty (Daniel Radcliffe) has flown a route between the two countries many times with a secret cargo of heroin for a Mexican cartel. But tonight Sean isn’t just a drug mule – he’s a DEA informant with a stolen cartel laptop. Sean knows that his survival depends on sticking to his plan. FLY his plane. DROP his cargo. LAND his plane. RUN home to his wife. One more flight and the DEA gets what they want – a roadmap to take down the biggest cartel in Mexico. One more flight and Sean gets what he wants – witness protection and lifesaving surgery for his ailing wife. FLY. DROP. LAND. RUN. His plan is sound… until it isn’t. Sean’s wife, Jen,(Grace Gummer) is kidnapped by the cartel and the only way she makes it through the night is if Sean ditches his deal with the DEA. He’s forced to fight for his life, and Jen’s, all from the cockpit of his plane.

Beast of Burden is coming to Select Theaters, On Demand and Digital HD February 23

This American Life

On This American Life Daniel Radcliffe reads a short story by Simon Rich called The Present from Simon’s book of short stories “The Last Girlfriend on Earth.”

Listen down below

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San Diego Jewish Film Festival

The San Diego Jewish Film Festival opens Feb. 8 with a documentary on Sammy Davis, Jr., “I’ve Gotta Be Me” and closes with Greg McLean’s “Jungle,” about the true story of a young Israeli man’s adventure in the Bolivian jungle.

For the 28th year the San Diego Jewish Film Festival once again assembles a diverse array of features, documentaries and shorts for viewers to choose from.

One of the best things about the festival is the emphasis it places on putting films into a context and bringing people and filmmakers to screenings to provide that context.

For the festival’s closing night film, “Jungle,” Australian filmmaker McLean will be on hand to discuss how a horror director known as part of the “splat pack” had his new film selected for the San Diego Jewish Film Festival.

He confessed, “It’s not an obvious match.”

But the film is based on the true story of a young Israeli man named Yossef Ghinsberg who survived 19 days on his own in a South American jungle. “Harry Potter’s” Daniel Radcliffe takes on the role and put himself through quite an ordeal to shoot the film.

McLean, as he did in his first film “Wolf Creek,” turns nature and environment into a character. In “Wolf Creek” the vast emptiness of the Australia outback provides one layer of terror in the film. In “Jungle,” the setting provides different challenges and is densely cluttered with all forms of life, some dangerous. The noise of the jungle at night almost drives Ghinsberg crazy.

Source: KPBS

Herefordshire’s St Michael’s Hospice

Daniel Radcliffe has posted a video on social media thanking a Hereford hospice for its work. He said he was expressing his gratitude on behalf of himself and a friend, whose grandmother was being cared for by St Michael’s Hospice in Bartestree. Speaking to camera, the star told staff: “What you do is amazing and vital and incredibly hard, and I could not do your job in a million years.”

Esquire Middle East

New Photoshoot for Esquire Middle East now see the interview and new photos

Daniel Radcliffe wants to direct

Daniel Radcliffe – 28 – has accomplished more than most actors twice his age. But now he’s ready to branch outperforming in films and move on to directing. Speaking exclusively to Esquire Middle East, Radcliff admitted that he is dabbling in script-writing, but his end game is to direct.

“I’m working on scripts at the moment as I want to get into directing.”

“I don’t want somebody else to give me their script and me to mess it up, as it’s my first job; whereas if I mess up my own work I’ll feel less guilty about that.”

It there is one thing Radcliffe need not feel guilty about, however, it’s working with other people’s scripts. Since becoming a child star after being cast as the bespectacled Harry Potter, Radcliffe has reportedly earned more than AED395 million.

“I was incredibly lucky to fall into a career, and a role, where I got paid very well. I’m almost embarrassed by it, I don’t drive really so the flash car thing never happened for me. The real thing money does for me is let me not have to worry about it, which is such a massive thing for people in their lives.”

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Source: EquireME

New Photos from Beast of Burden

Dan has posted new photos from Beast of Burden on his google Plus. You can view them down below.

Miracle Workers set for Summer

TBS’s Miracle Workers has set its series premiere for Summer 2018.

Miracle Workers is a heaven-set workplace comedy based on Simon Rich’s book What in God’s Name. The seven-episode anthology series stars Daniel Radcliffe (Swiss Army Man, Now You See Me 2, Harry Potter films) as ‘Craig,’ a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers, and Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire) will play Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies. To prevent Earth’s destruction, Craig must achieve his most impossible miracle to date.

Source: TBS

Daniel Radcliffe & Lorne Michaels, Working Together Took A ‘Miracle’

Daniel Radcliffe will be working a different kind of magic in his upcoming series for TBS, Miracle Workers. The comedy, based on a book by Saturday Night Live veteran writer Simon Rich, finds Radcliffe hard at work as an administrative-level angel, trying to answer people’s prayers. He’s also a producer on the series, along with SNL boss Lorne Michaels, and Radcliffe explained how their collaboration took shape.

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