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People Interview
Marcie / Feb 17th, 2020

With the promotion of Miracle Workers Dark Ages Dan did the People magazine’s One Last Thing Interview from the February 17th issue. You can read the high res version in our gallery.

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Esquire Mexico Interview
Marcie / Mar 6th, 2020

New interview with Dan from Esquire Mexico. You can view the article on their website or read the English version below.

IF YOU ARE FAMOUS AT 13 OR 14 YEARS OLD, YOU MAY COME AT 20 AND YOU FIND OUT THAT YOU DON’T LIKE THE ACTION. THEN EVERYONE WILL SAY YOU ARE A FAILURE. BUT I AM LUCKY, BECAUSE IT WAS NOT MY CASE AND I WAS ALWAYS SURROUNDED BY GOOD PEOPLE 

ESQUIRE: Between cinema, television and theater, what do you enjoy doing the most?

DANIEL RADCLIFFE: I think everyone allows me to do different things. Television and cinema are very similar. My experience in TV has been much more in comedy, that’s why I think it’s so fun for me. I will always love the sets because I love being there and living the whole process. I’ve done it since I was nine years old and I love being in that world. I think the theater has helped me to be better. I have learned a lot and every time I do it with more confidence.

ESQ: Do you have any favorite genre?

D: I love comedy. Making people have fun gives you life. 

ESQ: Let’s talk about the issues that will determine the cinema during this year: which do you think will be the most important during 2020? 

D: I think you’re right … many times the tone of the movies is defined by what is happening in the United States or in Hollywood. A few years ago journalism dominated, and I think there will be a lot about politics this year, because for them it is a year of elections. I haven’t done anything like that, particularly, although I think Escape from Pretoria has a bit of that. 

ESQ: How do you decide whether to take a project or not?

D: The story is always the most important, as is the character. Generally it is when I read something and I realize that I have not done anything similar, or that it would help me to explore in my acting work; something that is original and that I would like to see in the cinema. When I did Swiss Army Man, for example, I thought: “I will never be in a movie like this; it is unique”. Other times, the decision has nothing to do with the script but with the director. 

I TRY TO WRITE. PEOPLE SUGGEST TO WRITE ABOUT WHAT IS KNOWN, BUT FOR ME IT’S DIFFICULT, BECAUSE IT IS NOT EASY FOR PEOPLE TO IDENTIFY WITH MY LIFE 

ESQ: If you could play any role, which one would you choose?

D: I don’t know. There are books I would like to be in. I would love to be Winston Smith, 1984. He is a great character in a great story. My favorite book is The Master and Margarita, if there was a role for me in that story it would be cool. It’s hard to say what I would like to be because the reason I like many characters has to do with the actor who played them, and I wouldn’t like to say that I can do better than them. I have no intention of doing anything about Shakespeare, for example, and one of the reasons I would not like it is that I have seen many of my favorite actors play their characters and I know I could not do better. 

ESQ: You started acting from an early age, how do you think you have evolved since then?

D: When you are a child on the set you just stand and say what you have memorized. I never had a process to decipher the character. As I grew up in Potter I saw how other actors did it and tried to imitate them … the process has been very gradual. When you are a teenager you are very aware of your own face and do not want to do anything weird; It’s scary not to see you cool. Growing up, I have learned to accept my own natural rarity and better take it as something that will make me unique. In short, I think it’s about that: to become less insecure. 

ESQ: What do you think makes you unique as an actor?

D: I think it would be better if the question was answered by people … there are things in which I consider myself good, and many times it has to do with throwing myself to do things; there isn’t something I don’t try, I always like to try hard. 

PHOTO SHOOTS > STUDIO SHOOTS > 2020 > ESQUIRE MEXICO

Find the full interview in their March 2020 issue. Interview by Constanza Alcocer and photos by César Balcázar

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Cosmopolitan USA
Marcie / Apr 5th, 2020

Small new interview from Cosmopolitan on Dan asking him what is in his nightstand in their May 2020 issue.

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Sharp Magazine
Marcie / Apr 13th, 2020

Here’s some behind the scenes action from Sharp’s Spring cover shoot with the Daniel Radcliffe. Magazine is out tomorrow.

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Sharp Interview
Marcie / Apr 14th, 2020

One afternoon in early March, Daniel Radcliffe walked into the makeup room backstage at the Old Vic theatre in London to get his hair done for that evening’s performance of Endgame, the Samuel Beckett play he’d been starring in with Alan Cumming. A hairdresser was there waiting to confront him with some rather shocking news. “You’ve got coronavirus,” the hairdresser declared.

This was news to Radcliffe, who felt healthy enough. So the hairdresser showed him the apparent source of the claim: a tweet, from an account calling itself “BBC Breaking News,” which read, “Daniel Radcliffe tests positive for coronavirus.” That was all it took for the rumour to go, uh, viral. His girlfriend, the actress Erin Darke, had to spend the afternoon reassuring friends that he was okay. “Every time I saw someone for the rest of the day, I didn’t know if they’d heard it,” Radcliffe told me. “I didn’t want to lead with ‘I don’t have it,’ but I didn’t want them thinking, ‘Oh my God, he’s being so irresponsible, to have the virus and just be walking around here.’ ”

Of course, the tweet was yet another celebrity hoax. But just days later, Endgame was cancelled two weeks before the end of its scheduled run. Hours after the cancellation was announced, Radcliffe was on one of the final flights to New York before the border was closed to international travel. As for so-called “social distancing” measures, fans have evidently not been taking them under advisement. “I’ve felt very rude over the past 24 hours,” he laughs. “People at the airport were sticking their hands out, trying to get selfies, and I’m like, ‘No, sorry, I’m literally going to America and I don’t want to catch something and not be allowed to get in.’ ” He made it in the end, and I’ve caught up with him via FaceTime at the beginning of his two-week government-mandated self-isolation.

Radcliffe concedes he was an ideal candidate for the fake-news prank. He’s one of the most well-liked and widely recognizable film stars in the world, for the simple reason that almost everyone in the world has seen and likes Harry Potter. And he’s one of the few celebrities under the age of about 45 who doesn’t use social media, meaning he can’t dismiss gossip with a tweet. “I honestly don’t think I have the mental fortitude to be on Twitter. Besides, I’ve been shoved down people’s throats since I was 10 years old. If I were on Twitter, tweeting every day, I feel like people would get sick of me. I’d get sick of me. Ugh.” Other actors, he’s quick to point out, are “fucking amazing” on social media. “And good luck to them. But I’d get bored of myself. God knows how the rest of the world would cope.”

A decade of Potter made Radcliffe ubiquitous. His face was inescapable, on t-shirts and action figures, on backpacks and coffee mugs. The amazing thing about Daniel Radcliffe now isn’t that he remains hugely famous. That was inevitable. (“The Potter films made something like five billion dollars worldwide, to put it crudely,” he says.) The amazing thing about Daniel Radcliffe now is that he’s managed to establish a career totally separate from the colossal franchise with which he’s synonymous. He has steadfastly refused to let Harry Potter define him — and so he has proceeded, over the decade that followed, to make everyone take him seriously as more than just the familiar kid wizard.

“I’m lucky,” he says. “Most actors live with this thing where the next thing they do could be the biggest thing they ever do. Whereas I’m like, no, I’ve done the biggest thing I’ll ever do,” he says. “I will never be in anything as massive as Harry Potter again. At a certain point, that becomes a hugely liberating realization: I’ve been freed from that definition of success.”

Radcliffe’s pursuit of creative freedom comes to a head this spring, when a wide swath of his interesting projects will be released. There’s the hyper-violent action movie Guns Akimbo, and Escape from Pretoria, a heady drama about political prisoners in South Africa. There’s his TV work, including the upcoming supernatural comedy series Miracle Workers, in which he stars alongside Steve Buscemi, and the new special of Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. And of course there was that Beckett play.

Radcliffe, now 30, laid the groundwork for change early, before Potter had even finished. In 2007, between Order of the Phoenix and The Half-Blood Prince, Radcliffe realized that he would “need to do something to achieve longevity” after the mega-franchise came to an eventual end. So he made the audacious choice to star in Equus, the famous (and famously difficult) Peter Shaffer play about a young man obsessed with horses. Even if you didn’t see Equus in London or on Broadway, you probably saw some of the promotional stills used to advertise the production, much-circulated in tabloids at the time. They showed Radcliffe, brooding and shirtless, six-pack abs flaring as he strokes a stallion’s mane. “Yeah, yeah, I know,” he groans when I mention it. “But doing that play sent a signal. It’s not a play you do unless you really want to be an actor — and not just because of the nudity.”

His performance in Equus was well-received by critics. (“Thank God,” Radcliffe jokes.) But he witnessed glimpses of how precarious the situation was — how perilously near he’d come to humiliation, his dream of being taken seriously dashed in an instant. “One of those supportive English papers like The Daily Mail ran a headline that said something like, ‘Crash — What’s That — The Sound of Dan Radcliffe’s Career Coming to a Grinding Halt.’ An unwieldy headline, I know, but when I saw that, I was suddenly like, ‘Oh, man, this has to be good. I have to be decent in this.’ ” So he worked on enunciation and projection with a vocal coach for 18 months. “I didn’t want them faulting me for that. Some of them probably did fault me for that, but not nearly as much as if I hadn’t done all that work.”

“From the moment you start acting as a kid, you’re confronted with the perception that child actors are dicks. Getting to show a little self-awareness was very valuable.”

Around the same time he made his serious stage debut, he was invited to appear as an exaggerated caricature of himself in an episode of Extras, Ricky Gervais’s BBC comedy. An avowed Gervais superfan (“I grew up watching The Office and could still quote whole episodes back to you,” he says), he was ecstatic about the cameo. Extras finds Radcliffe co-starring in a fantasy film with Warwick Davis. Between takes, he runs amok around the set, showing off that he smokes cigarettes and hitting on women twice his age. (“I’ve made it with a girl, intercourse-wise,” he brags at one point.) For Radcliffe, the jokes rang true. “From the moment you start acting as a kid, you’re confronted with the perception that child actors are dicks,” he explains. “Getting to show a little self-awareness, to convince people I have a sense of humour about myself, was very valuable.”

In 2013, at the Toronto International Film Festival, you could have seen Radcliffe in three very different movies playing three very different roles: the charming leading man in an independent romantic comedy (The F Word), the devilish anti-hero of an idiosyncratic supernatural thriller (Horns), and the great beat poet Allen Ginsberg (Kill Your Darlings). The timing was unintentional, if convenient. “If you wanted to see my versatility as an actor after Potter,” he says, “that TIFF was the place for me to convince you I had some range.” Yet he maintains he never chooses films because they’re different or unusual. “If it seems like an eclectic mix, it’s because I don’t see them that way. I do it because I just happen to like the movie — and sometimes I just happen to play, like, a farting corpse that comes back to life.” (That one is real. It’s called Swiss Army Man. )

In his downtime, Radcliffe isn’t much of a cinephile. (He sort-of liked ParasiteOnce Upon a Time… in Hollywood “felt a little bit long.”) Mostly, he watches documentaries on Netflix. “I don’t watch a huge amount of films, is my honest answer,” he confesses. “If the film is bad, I hate it immediately and want to stop but feel obligated to finish and just drag it out and don’t enjoy it. If it’s good, I get stressed out and sad because I’ll never get to be in it.” This hang-up, he knows, sounds “really stupid and narcissistic.” But he can’t help it. “As an actor, when you see something great, you’re like, ‘Oh, man, that’s already been made! I’ll never be in that now, and if they remade it, it would be shitty.’ ”

He likens his career now to that of Robert Pattinson. Both became famous on the strength of starring roles in tent-pole youth franchises. Both have avoided blockbusters ever since, instead favouring lower-budget projects and more eccentric work. “Rob and I were both lucky to be in something super huge when we were young, and that’s given us a lot of independence, and we both seem to be like, ‘Okay, let’s use that to do as much cool stuff as we can.’ ” Although he insists his name alone is “absolutely not enough to get a film financed,” he admits that putting the weight of his star power behind a project can sometimes get smaller projects made. “If having played Harry Potter helps people see these small movies I want to make, I’m very much okay with that,” he says.

But enjoying freedom in his career doesn’t mean he’s not ambitious. He still has goals and dreams, things he wants to do someday. Chief among them: writing and directing his own feature. “I’ve watched a lot of directors and I think it would be something I’d really enjoy,” he explains. “I don’t take it lightly. It’s a difficult job. But that’s something I want to start in the next few years.” Well, he will have at least the next few weeks on his hands, I point out — perhaps he should get writing. “I know, I know,” he groans. “Everyone’s sending this King Lear shit ’round. I know how unproductive Shakespeare is supposed to make the rest of us feel.” Still, you never know. “I have the next 14 days at least. I’ve started on a script. I might as well use this time to finish it.”   

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Fiasco Magazine Scans
Marcie / Apr 27th, 2020

New scans from Fiasco Magazine from 2013

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Tele Cable Sat Weekly Scans
Marcie / Aug 12th, 2020

New Scans from Tele Cable Sat Weekly from August 15-21. You can view them in the gallery.

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Empire Magazine April
Marcie / Feb 12th, 2021

New cover from Empire Magazine which features Elijah Wood and Daniel Radcliffe talking about the 20 years of Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter Franchise. The issue features an interview with Elijah and Dan. It hits Newsstands this coming Thursday, February 18. There is also a Behind the scenes of the shoot via Art Streiber’s Instagram, you can find those here

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Empire Magazine Update
Marcie / Feb 18th, 2021

Here’s two new excerpts from Producer David Heyman answering questions from fans.

Is there something from one of the books that didn’t make it into the films that you wish it had? – Sara Horvota

We always left things out that were painful. We shot [Rik Mayall as Hogwarts’ poltergeist] Peeves in the first film and I loved his anarchy, but it didn’t fit. I love the Quidditch from the fifth book – Ron is so funny and it was good character development, but there just wasn’t a place for it. S.P.E.W. – the Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare – was a wonderful part of the books, Hermione’s mission to protect these outsiders.

Not being able to film the Quidditch World Cup in Goblet of Fire – that was more because it was so spectacular. The backstory of the Marauders, of James and Sirius and Peter Pettigrew – that was such wonderful colour, and informed Harry’s relationship with Sirius in a really interesting way. Those are things I missed. But I do feel like we made the right choices for the films we were making. Kreacher was almost cut from the fifth film, and Jo [Rowling] said, “I wouldn’t do that if I were you, because he does have a role to play later on.” So Kreacher remained, and thankfully he did because he was a significant house elf.

Was there a moment when shooting the first film that you realised you truly had something special on your hands? – Luke Martin

I realised I had something special when I first read the book. I loved it. It moved me. I fell in love with it before it was published. I’ll never forget being on set that first day, filming the last scene of Philosopher’s Stone where Hagrid and Harry bid farewell at the railway station at Hogsmeade. Dan [Radcliffe] was wearing these contact lenses to make his eyes green, and he had an allergic reaction to them. His eyes were red and swollen and we had to take them out – we thought we may add that green digitally, though ultimately we decided not to because it felt artificial. But Dan’s eyes were puffy and red, and oddly it was quite appropriate for the scene where he was saying goodbye to Hagrid.

Source: WizardingWorld.com

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Magazines Update
Marcie / Feb 18th, 2021

Old magazines added to the gallery from Heat UK, Entertainment Weekly, Sunday Mirror and Promo images from Miracle Workers Season 2.

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Empire April 2021
Marcie / Feb 20th, 2021

Full scans for Empire’s April 2021 issue. You can view all 42 pages in our gallery.

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Also two new wallpapers have been added to the wallpapers section.

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Tv & Satellite Week
Marcie / Feb 23rd, 2021

New issue of TV & Satellite week February 20-26, 2021 contains a new interview on Escape from Pretoria which is coming out Friday February 26 in the UK via Amazon Prime UK.

The interview contains 6 questions so its a very short interview. View the article in our gallery.

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Corriere della Sera Style
Marcie / Apr 25th, 2021

New scans from Corriere della Sera Style July/August 2020 issue. You can view full scans in our gallery.

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TV & Satellite Week
Marcie / Sep 30th, 2021

New scans from Tv & Satellite Week of October 2-8

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Total Film March 2022
Marcie / Mar 5th, 2022

New scans from Total Film March issue features The Lost City

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Esquire 2020
Marcie / Mar 12th, 2022

Esquire March 2020 Issue for Mx, Spain and Russia. Unpublished Portra 400 Film test

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Esquire Mexico
Marcie / Mar 31st, 2022

New article from Esquire Mexico, however the shoot is from their March 2020 issue.

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Total Film November Scans
Marcie / Oct 15th, 2022

New scans from the Total Film issue for November. See them in the gallery. I am also thinking of a new way to organize magazines by year rather than by magazine. So the gallery will be a mess at least in that section for a while since there’s over 2000 scans.

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GQ US November
Marcie / Oct 18th, 2022

New scans from the GQ US issue for November. This mag has Christian Bale on the cover.

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GQ Interview
Marcie / Oct 28th, 2022

Dan did a new interview with GQ including a new shoot. I already posted the scans from this issue. Here’s some photos from that shoot along with outtakes and a behind the scenes video.

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Magazines Update
Marcie / Dec 3rd, 2022

New scans from GQ India, Italia, Japan and Korea and also Deadline which can be downloaded at Deadline for free.

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Dan in Vanity Fair
Marcie / Mar 30th, 2023

Dan will be in April’s Issue of Vanity Fair with Gisele B. on the cover. There has also been video and a photo with an article.

More can be viewed at the source: vanityfair.com

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Vanity Fair UK
Marcie / Apr 6th, 2023

New scan of Dan from Vanity Fair UK’s April Issue.

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Emmy Magazine
Marcie / May 24th, 2023

Dan is featured in Emmy Magazine for Weird. You can view the PDF at the Emmy Website.

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Vogue September Issue
Marcie / Aug 19th, 2023

Vogue’s September issue features Dan and the cast from Merrily We Roll Along. Vogue‘s 2023 September edition will be available on newsstands on Aug. 22. More to come when the issue is out. For now here’s a preview.

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Vogue September
Marcie / Sep 21st, 2023

I posted new scans from Vogue September issue and also a few others that have came out recently. You can view those in the gallery.

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Elle Magazine
Marcie / Oct 17th, 2023

New photoshoot and interview with the Director of Merrily We Roll Along. Also new photos of the cast.

Source: Elle

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Vogue Magazine
Marcie / Mar 18th, 2024

Vogue recently featured an article on Behind the Scenes of Merrily We Roll Along with pictures captioned by the cast. You can view the article here at the vogue website. Pictures are below.

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New scans
Marcie / Mar 16th, 2018

New scans from Esquire Middle East and L’Officiel Hommes NL plus new behind the scene photos from the Esquire Middle East shoot see here on StudioWunsch.

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New outtakes from GQ Style Germany
Marcie / Jan 8th, 2017

Six new outtakes were seen via Driu and Tiago from GQ Style Germany issue 2015

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GQ Style Brasil
Marcie / Dec 5th, 2016

New scans from GQ Style Brasil. Thanks to Anissa Payne and photographer Robert W.

Also forgot to mention I finally fixed the press section since most of the images were missing they are now all fixed. I hope to add more to our press section as time allows. 😀

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Elle UK October Issue
Marcie / Sep 22nd, 2016

New interview in Elle UK October issue

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August Man Scans
Marcie / Sep 1st, 2016

New scans from AugustMan you can preview them here.

Additional photos have come online for August Man

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The View and the Telegraph
Marcie / Aug 13th, 2016

I found better video of the View you can see Dan at 17:12 and scans from the Telegraph thanks to Amanda Friedman.

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Entertainment Weekly
Marcie / Jun 27th, 2016

Dan has an article in this week’s Entertainment Weekly – July 1: Daniel Radcliffe Dead and Loving it.

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Vogue July 2016
Marcie / Jun 24th, 2016

We now got the full scans from July’s Vogue issue. I posted several updates via our twitter cause its been a busy summer so the latest articles and videos have been posted there. I will try and list everything on the site very soon. But I am posting this for now.

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More photos from Angeleno
Marcie / Jun 4th, 2016

10 More photos have been posted from Dan’s Angeleno shoot. You can view them in our gallery.

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Now you See Me 2 Updates
Marcie / May 28th, 2016

We have some new stuff for you today. Warwick Saint’s Angeleno shoot with Dan was captured via video so you can view that down below. And a new NYSM2 interview video is on youtube. So there’s lots of new stuff for you to see. Jon Chu also released a new behind the scenes video.

New video with new scenes and stills from Now you see me 2 can be seen on MTime. You can view the video here and new stills here. Down below is our 3 new posters 1 from the Uk the other two from China one appears to be a parody poster. I also found new stills via italy which you can view on sorrisi.com

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Angeleno Scans
Marcie / May 25th, 2016

New photo shoot from Warwick Saint is featured in Angeleno’s June issue. Scans are in the gallery. Artilce located at Modern Luxury.

EDIT: 4 new covers from Dallas, Orange County, DC and CS

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So It Goes Magazine
Marcie / Apr 18th, 2016

So it goes Magazine just released their 7th issue featuring Paul Dano, Lola Kirke, Alma Jodorowsky, Jacques Audiard, Dean Strang, Dree Hemingway, Drake Burnette, Okay Kaya and Daniel Radcliffe. This issue features an exciting interview – a conversation between Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano, talking about their new feature Swiss Army Man and much more. Down below is an excerpt from their interview.

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Daniel Radcliffe: …I think there are going to be times when we are encouraged to talk about it as a headline ‘Farting Boner Corpse Movie’ and it’s so much more than that. But I’m also really proud that it is that – and that I was in a film that could inspire those insane headlines.

Paul Dano: Yeah, totally! There are enough people who are going to read what you just said and go, “Well OK, I want to see that.” So I think that it’s all good, and I feel like the movie’s not about the reaction either. So talking about the love and the joy and the playfulness and the singularity of what we made – that’s what I’m excited to share and talk about with people.

The issue features 4 different covers: Dean Strang of Making a Murderer, musician Okay Kaya and model Drake Burnette. You can preview them here.

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New photos and Total Film Magazine
Marcie / Apr 17th, 2016

There’s been a lot I have been working on most recently I worked on two colorization’s which I posted on Facebook via my deviantart account. Also thanks to dan-radcliffe.co.uk for the heads up on the Total Film June issue with new pics from Now You See Me 2. I also added 5 new pics from the film as well though these photos do not have Dan in them. So I didn’t think to post them on the site but I will in this post. I also did a rework on the filmography section which now separates Dan’s career into categories by a drop down menu that shows Film, Television and Stage. If you just click on the career tab alone it will show you his potential projects.

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New photo of Dan in Empire UK
Marcie / Apr 9th, 2016

There’s a new photo of Dan in Now You See Me 2 in Empire’s May issue. Scans have been added to our gallery.

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New Scans from Estilo
Marcie / Apr 2nd, 2016

Add new scans from Estilo DF Weekend Magazine August 15 a 21 2014 issue

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New Scans from Heat and XL Semanal
Marcie / Jan 19th, 2016

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XL Semanal Interview
Marcie / Jan 19th, 2016

Many young actors become Frankenstein. I’ve had my murky time

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He seemed destined to be another broken toy. Another child star multimillion unable to digest success. But no. After spending a decade gotten into the skin of Harry Potter, amassing a fortune of over 80 million euros and take refuge in alcohol to cope with the pressures of fame, Daniel Radcliffe has survived.

Daniel Radcliffe is a gentle and close type.

Do not shy away from any question, but it shows he has learned to avoid getting into some puddles. Like the time he spoke of his problems with alcohol. Mention openly in the London hotel hosting XLSemanal, but emphasizes the consequences of talking too much, to come clean over the account, at the risk that her words are taken out of context. And it shows that it contains. It’s the price you pay to grow a film set and maturity exhibited to the public in one of the most famous sagas of the big screen: Harry Potter, of course. But despite the bad times, he breaks with the idea of ​​the little spoiled and become a troubled adult. He laughs often and fast speech. Many phrases are in the air, unfinished. And only in some issues-fame, drink …- stops a moment before speaking. In some ways seems to convey a message: the actors, very famous and rich as they are, they are normal people. At 26, Radcliffe projects the idea of ​​love with his job and resigned to not control the opinion that the public has of the actor. In his new job, Victor Frankenstein [premiere: March 31], plays Igor Strausman, faithful assistant Dr. imagined by Mary Shelley.

XLSemanal. Is there much Frankenstein among actors?

Daniel Radcliffe. Insurance. Many end up as little Frankenstein [laughs]. There are very strong individuals who, when they interpret a dark character, people become dark. And there are, of course, many who do not behave well and become little monsters, but they are fewer than you might think. There is the impression that most of the actors behave badly most of the time and although many stories are heard, never seen a truly monstrous behavior in any actor.

XL. You also had a troubled time …

D.R. Yes, I’ve been bad times … Luckily, I had great parents and a wonderful people around me. I’m lucky.

XL. His father was a literary agent and her mother, representative …

D.R. Yes. During the years of Harry Potter he was instrumental in having parents who knew the industry and could help me understand. The fact that my parents they had much literary background was helpful because I’ve always grown up surrounded by books. All this has greatly influenced my choices as an actor.

XL. In what sense?

D.R. My father, as an agent, always looking for young authors, liked to give people opportunities. And somehow, I always tried to choose new, to find voices that things had not heard before. Not that all the films I make are breakthrough. Victor Frankenstein is a commercial film from a major studio, yes, but has some very interesting ideas about technology progress and our place about him.

XL. But it was not a horror film?

D.R. Apply that label can be misleading. It has elements of the genre, but it is an adventure film that is guided by the nature of their characters. Try these two types during the Industrial Revolution in England, where many new technologies that inspire them to make shiny things are appearing. Somehow, Igor becomes aware of Victor.

XL. Does your conscience?

D.R. Yes, because, as he becomes unconscious, Igor withholds and prevents it from crossing the edge of madness.

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Technology will always generate and breed fear
Marcie / Jan 17th, 2016

Daniel Radcliffe, known to millions of fans of fantasy starring in a series of films about the wizard Harry Potter, has adopted a new challenge to his film career once again, this time very high-budget adaptation of the legend of Frankenstein.

Since its release in theaters last film of the famous series, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” Four years have passed since the actor tried his hand at various kinoamplua, but in a surprising way and make-up clown hunchback and Assistant mad scientist we see it, perhaps for the first time.

Daniel, the most obvious question: how are you? What good is going on in your life?
Not bad, thanks. Very busy all the time. Nevertheless, it was great to take part in making the film “Victor Frankenstein”, which now goes to the cinema. It was really the first large-scale project for me since “Harry Potter.” This is a big studio movie with a good budget without reference to the “Harry Potter”. I have not acted in such films, and it was a definite challenge, but also a great pleasure. I enjoyed filming.

How is this your experience is different from smaller-scale projects?
The main difference in the scenery and the camera. When you have more financial opportunities, you have more time to shoot a crane. You can do more classroom training. As for the scenery, again everything depends on money. I’ve always wondered what the designers in the movies can make the usual facilities a few different sets for a given scene.

When I first met with Paul McGuigan for the discussion of the draft, he showed me a vision of how he wanted to show London. To some extent the time was similar to today’s. Now we have less scientific and technological revolution, because everything happens on the Internet, but the Internet is changing the world just as well, as did the industrial revolution in those days. I think Paul wanted to capture the London of that time with his delight and danger, carried by the changes.

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Vanity Fair Italy Scans and Empire UK
Marcie / Jan 9th, 2016

New scans from Vanity Fair Italy issue for January 2016 and Empire UK Feb 2016. New photos from Pal Hansen via his blog

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Vanity Fair Italia
Marcie / Jan 7th, 2016

New photos have been released from Vanity Fair Italia, the italian article talks about Dan’s Rear of the Year award and Frankenstein.

Few people in the world can establish exactly the time when their childhood is over. Daniel Radcliffe is one of them. “The first time I went to Japan to promote Harry Potter I was 11 and waiting for me at the airport, I found something like five thousand people,” he says with his fast-talking, sitting in a hotel suite in London. “There were girls screaming my name, I touched it by mistake and fainted. For me, so small, it was an amazing thing, insane. At that moment I realized that my life had changed, and what it meant “to be famous. ‘” “Being famous” means that we of the (young) life of Daniel Radcliffe we ​​know almost everything. His adolescence, between 2001 and 2011, was spent in the spotlight. And on the big screen, from a Harry Potter movie to another, we have seen it grow and become a man. Not only by magic.

Radcliffe – British actor starred in one of the most profitable film sagas of history, a turning point, “committed” and naked on stage with Equus in 2007 and spent some alcohol too – Today is a guy affable and talkative, which features a security almost theatrical ( the vigorous handshake, the voice set, courtesy of another era). Every gesture seems to suggest the interlocutor, especially if a journalist, “seen? I am no longer the bespectacled boy of Hogwarts, “and the result is that it also shows most of his 26 years.

We meet in London to promote the film Victor – The Secret History of Dr. Frankenstein, yet another adaptation – a little ‘fantasy, a little’ horror, a little ‘psychological thriller – the novel by Mary Shelley, who will come to us in April . James McAvoy is the scientist Victor Frankenstein, while Radcliffe, long hair and sensual look, is his assistant Igor. A rather sexy, I note. “If you’re a man with long hair it is sexy …” laughs Daniel, who has since made a cut to the yoke. And that, bright blue eyes apart, seems an English copy of the winner of X Factor 9 Giosada. In exclusive photos that we took, and you can browse in the gallery at the top, the resemblance is striking.

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L’Officiel Hommes
Marcie / Dec 23rd, 2015

Translated via Google

“Even my worst day was on the set always a thousand times happier, as my most beautiful day in the world outside. ”

A quarter of a century old, and enchanted more than half of his young life of success and “Fame”. Model he does not want to be, but also not a dump!

Daniel Radcliffe is guaranteed the most famous 25-year-old on the planet. Around 150 times a day will greet him someone to know, say something to him, as far as his empirical knowledge. He stretches out his hand: “Hi, I’m Dan.” This is followed by something that probably the most foolproof strategy is for a typical British: constantly apologizing preventively for anything. Probably it is to interlocutors have the effect that he, even though Radcliffe is one of the wealthiest inhabitants of Britain and he by the Potter saga from 2001 to a whole generation of 2011, the phenomenon, is after all not become a spoiled starlet. No wonder that he also this afternoon, first apologized for having forgotten the interview date. Nevertheless, he is the second time on site.

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NME and Men’s Folio Indonesia
Marcie / Dec 19th, 2015

We got new scans from NME November 27 issue and Men’s Folio Indonesia

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Russian All Stars Magazine
Marcie / Dec 8th, 2015

New scans donated by Catherine. So thanks to her for sending them in to us.

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NME Interview
Marcie / Nov 27th, 2015

“No, I don’t really have mainstream tastes,” he says. “People do ask me, ‘Why do you choose such weird movies?’ but I don’t think they’re weird, they’re just stories I’m interested in. Isn’t having weird tastes good, though? I think so. I think that’s better than always wanting to play the handsome hero. You think I’m weird? I’ll take that.”

Radcliffe is handsome but in quite a normal way – he has what your mum might call “a nice face” – which means he’s not obvious leading man material, and at around 5’5”, he’s a bit small to be an action star (though that never stopped Tom Cruise). Today, dressed all in black and with his hair sharply cropped as a souvenir from a recently completed role in Imperium, playing an FBI agent posing as a neo-Nazi, he should look intimidating. Yet he’s so effusively cheerful that he just looks… tidy. He’s 26 now, but clean-shaven, he could pass for much younger. He’s got a character actor’s face, which means he can do those strange lead roles your more traditional leading man couldn’t.

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New pics, scans and loads more
Marcie / Nov 20th, 2015

I’ve been adding a lot of stuff, though I haven’t really made a post about it. We have loads of photos and scans from magazines. Magazines such as Cine Premiere, SFX, F***, Best Movie and Total Film. I also added an old article from The Stage which featured Dan in the top 100 during the Cripple of Inishmaan. Videos have been added to our third playlist.

Since Fan Fiction is mostly what our site is known for James and Dan talked about what they have seen. As I am attempting to write my first ever slash, you can read it here. It’s called Faux Pas. On recommended reading I came across one I really loved. So if you’re a RADAVOY fan I recommend this one called Just a little crush by parapraxis

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Nylon’s interview with Daniel Radcliffe
Marcie / Oct 28th, 2015

Daniel Radcliffe pranked the NYLON office hard in July. Now he’s taken us on a private tour of London’s Old Operating Theatre to discuss his new role in upcoming film Victor Frankenstein in which he plays Igor to James McAvoy’s Frankenstein. It turns out the actor (and hobbyist rapper) is full of surprises, revealing a secret Instagram account, specific superfan, relationships with former castmates and much more. Read the full interview from our November issue live now on NYLON.com.

Victor Frankenstein: “I like the fact that it’s a studio movie with these big sets and sequences, but there’s also a cool intellectual debate going on – our innate fear of technology and the fear of people who push it beyond where we’re comfortable with it going – it felt like a nice combination.”

He sticks to a uniform: He is, however, adventurous when it comes to socks – most of which his girlfriend, actress Erin Darke, buys for him. Today’s pair features a stripper dancing on a pole with money falling down around her…

Emma Watson’s HeForShe Campaign: “I think it’s fantastic that she’s bringing attention to it and adding to the conversation. I also find it bemusing, honestly, maybe because I have cool parents with a very equal marriage and have had good role models all my life, but I thought this was done.”

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Playboy Scans
Marcie / Oct 26th, 2015

Full scans from Playboy’s November issue of Daniel Radcliffe’s interview. 1 page was edited so hence cropped out for age appropriate content.

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New scans and images
Marcie / Oct 22nd, 2015

New scans from Radiotimes and several images from Potter, scans from Total Film and Nylon.

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Dan’s Playboy Interview
Marcie / Oct 20th, 2015

Dan recently did an interview for Playboy where they asked him 20 questions. Below is a snippet, you can read the full interview at playboy and what was said also view the video that was shot by Gavin Bond.

In the new movie Victor Frankenstein, you play the hunchbacked assistant Igor. As an actor, what’s the appeal of playing someone malformed?
It’s not like, Oh great, how can I give myself terrible back pain for the next few months? It’s more that you embrace the physical challenge. If you do something that puts you in a little bit of pain, it makes you feel as though you’re working slightly harder than you normally do as an actor. I did the play The Cripple of Inishmaan for four months in London and never had any physical problems. Doing what I did on Frankenstein for three weeks was a fucker. There’s a crick in my neck now that was not there before.

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L’Optimum Article
Marcie / Oct 4th, 2015

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Thanks to Joe and Xue Xue who have been so kind as to send us the scans, we now have the translation of the L’Optimum article as well.

Swiss Army Man, the just-finished movie, is the craziest positive experience of his life. He thinks they were doing a movie that no one ever watched, no kidding. And he is also proceeding to do other projects, but he doesn’t manage say it now. He believes if you say things before, they won’t happen.

He doesn’t have a dream character, he would have written his own script if he does. You won’t have a dream character unless you read the script, he thinks this way. He would try his best to do something that makes him feel excited and also makes his audience exited.

In terms of his favorite character, except Harry, there is Ig Perrish from Horns, he thinks it’s a sad but graceful character, and the lines are good, and what’s better than the lines is his overcoat! He would give himself 8 points out of 10, sort of romantic, but not too romantic to make you feel sick.

Many people assume that he doesn’t like to be aked or mentioned as Harry Potter. Actually he is proud of all the works he’s done, and he will always be. He still likes to know how HP matters to the the fans. Just because he has other things to do doesn’t mean he would forget his past. Some people likes to be proud of past and try their best to do new things, give themselves a challenge and a surprise. These two things are totally different, but neither is boring.

He feel special to be part of influence to the public, he hopes he can be featured on other non-HP things, and he will try to continue doing something surprises and interests himself. Maybe he will get more concentrations, there is no limit about that. He got to know that Friends can be as important as family when he was shooting HP series.

He writes poems. There’s a nature in poem is that it can turn a mess situation, mood or life into something beautiful. Poems can also turn into lyrics if you write them with your heart. He is reading Kafka on the Shore (by Haruki Murakami) currently. He has become a loyal fan to Murakami, and he is chasing all his works. But his favorite book of his life is The Master and the Margarita (by Mikhail Bulgakov), it’s a book full of humor and sorrow, but it can make readers feel happy.

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Scans from Icon
Marcie / Oct 3rd, 2015

This is our new layout for October, I added sort of a Halloween type of layout to make it festive. Hope you like it.

We got new scans from Icon Spain you can view the article in our gallery

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New scans from Total Film
Marcie / Sep 25th, 2015

Total Film November had their Winter Issue and Victor Frankenstein is in it with a few new pictures.

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Empire UK Scans
Marcie / Sep 24th, 2015

New scans from Empire UK

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New scans from L’Optimum Thailand
Marcie / Sep 24th, 2015

Thanks to Joe and Xue Xue for sending us scans from L’Optimum Thailand and The Big Issue. We also have scans from Empire UK, will post those a bit later.

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Instyle Man Russia
Marcie / Sep 19th, 2015

Instyle Man Russia article has been translated thanks to a donator.

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– Hi, I’m Dan – rises to meet me short pale boy with huge blue-gray eyes. Shrugging ru-ku, praises my bright blue manicure. – Great color! On-deyus normally get turned, despite the trans-portation strike? London is very easy to unsettle. He pours me some water and listening to live with the Inter-Som, if I – the most fascinating conversationalist in the world. Ten in the morning, and I’m “only” a third of his interviewer on lo-fit. About efficiency and professionalism of Radcliffe-F and how easy to him to deal with, among journalists and film producers is legendary: he never complains of fatigue, it did not happen mood swings, it makes everything so that no one felt uncomfortable. In short, the exact opposite of the stereotypical representations of the pre-film star – and the embodiment of the most important qualities for an Englishman, denoted by the word nice. When I mention this, he read out to me with a laugh stihot-Vorenus DH Lawrence, “Yes, because of the British-ly so disgustingly cute.” Radcliffe general razgovarit Vaeth literary quotations and terribly intelligent language – in this context it is particularly comical words of *beep* and dick, which he obviously has a weakness.

The delightful video of his first press confer-ence 2000 smiling 11-year-old boy with round glasses to the question “How do you like the idea that you’re most likely hundred-nesh famous?” Cheerfully replied: “Hard to be!” In his behavior it seems that over the past 15 years, he has not lost a race, enthusiasm and sincerity. While it may, the point-of responsibility and sense of duty (and excellent acting the way-ness – that is, the ability to control himself perfectly). “I am very, very lucky in my life” – Radcliffe mantra that he repeats in every interview. He never second-vorit: “I did it.” Apparently, he grew up with the feeling-tion that a child pulled the lucky ticket and now his whole life should work. Here it is necessary to make a small indentation culturological-determination. Another important quality of English Intelli-Ghent – what is called “liberal guilt.” Remember Chekhov’s “man with a hammer,” which share-wives standing at the door of every happy home, and constantly remind its residents that the world is a sickness, misery, and of the mountain? In reflective successful Englishman who grew up in the only European country with a strong expression-zhennoy the class system and the complex colonial pro-shlym, such a person is integrated into the brain (unless, of course, the ang-lichanin not what Radcliffe represents a clear but poorly translated into the Russian printed word dick). If he also has Jewish and Irish roots, pristras-ment to the Russian literature and one of the highest salaries in the industry, the hammer becomes deafening. In America, where Radcliffe spends half its time-to-none, and where his girl, actress Erin Darke, the ratio of success is much easier than in his home country. – If you work hard and do not act like dick, all of you are pleased. In England to success are a suspect-tion – and those who are successful and those who are not – says Red Cliff. – I most wildly uncomfortable, I’m kind of like a star and indecently rich, and others too embarrassing. Comes to the ridiculous: if people here in the pub dare ask for av-graphy or photography, he always first, just in case you will understand that in a penny does not put you (the pro-English rundown Gopnik.) “Dude, movies harmonic When Potgera – complete shit. Can I with you sfotografi-ruyus? “And you’re like,” Actually, it’s ten years of my life to you! Okay, let’s take pictures. ” In America, no one perceives as a threat to someone else’s success: all the holy ve ryat that if you want and can themselves achieve it. In general, there is more optimism. Probably because, unlike England, they have not gone through so many centuries of inequality. For the deeply liberal, from childhood accustomed to “Molo-point” Radcliffe any inequality – an important issue. It supports the Labour Party, speaks against the pro-monarchy in Britain and cooperate with the Thiers-zation Tgeuog Pro EU works to prevent suicide among adolescents, homosexuals and transgende-ditch. During the filming of “What If”, he opposed the working title «Friend operator” (“Zone friendship “,” Frendzone “).

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Marcie / Sep 18th, 2015

Thanks to Alex for submitting 16 scans from Instyle Russia.

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L’Optimum Thailand
Marcie / Sep 4th, 2015

New photos from Magazine L’Optimum Thailand

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GQ Style Scans
Marcie / Sep 3rd, 2015

New scans added from GQ Style Magazine.

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Edge Magazine
Marcie / Aug 31st, 2015

Edge Magazine’s October Issue, features our first look into GameChanger. A BBC2 film that is coming out in September. More will be announced when we have an exact date.

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Dan’s Interview about Obsession
Marcie / Mar 21st, 2015

Dan’s Interview on Obsession for Tom Felton’s Documentary: Tom Meets the Superfans.

Also new scans from Gala Men No.1 2015

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Joe Connor for Wait
Marcie / Mar 8th, 2015

Way back during Cripple of Inishmaan, Dan did a video for Flaunt Magazine called Wait. The director Joe Connor discussed what it was like to work with Daniel on the video and how the concept of that video was made.

A good actor should be able to convey a certain feeling without the use of words or special effects. I like to think this was the idea behind Joseph Connor’s short he did with Killing the Darlings star and Gryffindor alum Daniel Radcliffe. In this short 2-minute video a familiar old timey voiced narrator sets the mood giving a sort of pep talk to Mr. Radcliffe in what looks like the setting of a dressing room.

The entire video was shot in only eight minutes and edited down to two for Flaunt Magazine. I had the chance to reach out to Joe with a few questions about the short. Here’s what he had to say.

Joe’s Daily: Was it your first time working with Daniel?

Joseph Connor: It was the first time I’d worked with him – first time I’d met him to be honest. He was completely relaxed about the whole process. He was busy shooting some of the amazing stills that went with the campaign for Flaunt (http://www.flaunt.com/people/daniel-radcliffe/) and they brought me in to shoot a short with him as I’ve worked a with a lot of British actors, we just grabbed a few minutes at the end to chat about some ideas.

JD: Did Daniel have any input or let you direct him 100% from your own ideas?

JC: The short came from a loose conversation we had about fear, that feeling that you are waiting for someone or something. Dan mentioned a few moments that this had happened to him and drew on that and then I just let him do his thing. We sort of played this very simple game between Dan and the camera and the action of looking – it was very simple which is how I like to work…. he’s such a skilled actor (It blew me away actually, how intense he can become) that after that initial conversation my only direction came through how I positioned the lens and he just reacted to it instinctively, giving me what I wanted. I’m a big fan of letting actors be, giving them small games to play and letting them stare into the lens if it feels natural and that final moment just grew organically and I think it shows in how honest that look is.

Read more about it at Joe’s Daily and view the video below.

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