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Uk Horns Press book – Features information on the movie, the actors and what they needed for casting. Ig and Merrin’s description. Ages that the children were portraying, Soundtrack list information and so much more.

Here’s an excerpt about Ig

When we began casting, I wanted to find an actor who could portray the dark and romantic side of the fallen angel – in other words, he had to be natural and charming with a pair of horns growing out of his head. The design of the horns almost preceded the casting in a way, and after researching the representation of the devil from Gustave Doré’s engravings in Inferno, Milton’s Paradise Lost to Gérôme and Goya’s 19th century paintings, I knew I wanted them to be organic, and resemble a satyr or a ram. Ig had to appeal to both genders in order to elicit compassion from them. As a result, Daniel Radcliffe became an obvious choice and happened to be a huge fan of the book as well. Ig’s character was an iconic role to play with an extreme emotional arc and it gave Daniel and opportunity to spotlight a side few had seen from him.

Information thanks to Lionsgate UK

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