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Daniel Radcliffe Will Hack into a Mexican Cartel in ‘We Do Not Forget’

by Emma Stefansky September 7, 2016 @ 3:00 PM
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Oddly enough, Daniel Radcliffe has proven to be an indie film powerhouse since the Harry Potter films ended. And what a year he’s had: along with a role as a tech genius in Now You See Me 2, he’s played a farting corpse in Swiss Army Man that taught us the nature of being human, and an FBI agent who infiltrates a Neo-Nazi organization in Imperium. Now he’s signed on with Zachary Quinto for a movie about Anonymous and the Mexican cartel Los Zetas.

Rumor: Warner Bros. Likes Money, Wants Daniel Radcliffe For ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Trilogy

by Britt Hayes August 31, 2016 @ 2:57 PM
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Just last month, Warner Bros. filed for a trademark on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the hit stage play (the script was also released in book form) that serves as the eighth installment in J.K. Rowling’s classic series. While that doesn’t necessarily indicate that WB is plotting a new Harry Potter movie, a new rumor suggests that that’s exactly what it means — and they want Daniel Radcliffe to return for not just one, but three films.

Daniel Radcliffe and Director Daniel Ragussis on ‘Imperium’ and Changing Minds

by Erin Whitney August 17, 2016 @ 8:41 AM
In one scene in Daniel Ragussis’ feature film debut, Imperium, Daniel Radcliffe sports a shaved head, a white power T-shirt, throws up the Nazi salute and spews racial slurs at his African-American colleague. Radcliffe is genuinely terrifying and convincing as a white supremacist, a far cry from playing the world’s most famous wizard, and it’s one of his best performances yet.

Daniel Radcliffe Says He's Willing to Return to Harry Potter

by ScreenCrush Staff June 29, 2016 @ 12:13 PM
For avid Hogwartians, it’s hard to say goodbye. Even with 2016’s promise of both The Cursed Child and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, most of us still crave seeing the original band back together. That’s why it’s super exciting to hear that the fantasy of Harry, Ron, and Hermione getting up to no good some time in the future might not be a pipe dream after all.

‘Swiss Army Man’ Red-Band Trailer: Harry Potter’s Wand Really Is Magic

by Matt Singer May 10, 2016 @ 8:45 AM
There is a quote from ScreenCrush in this Swiss Army Man, calling it “A fart-fueled adventure.” Technically, Erin Whitney called it “a bizarre fart-fueled adventure.” And the trailer does look pretty bizarre, what with Daniel Radcliffe’s rotting corpse farting and being used as a jet ski and, his erection being used by Paul Dano as a crude compass of some kind. Who says cinema is dead? As long as their is life in Daniel Radcliffe’s rotting corpse’s erection, the moves can never die.

Daniel Radcliffe’s Dead-ish Body Saves the Day in Bizarre ‘Swiss Army Man’ Trailer

by Charles Bramesco April 4, 2016 @ 8:43 AM
Among the hottest topics of conversation at Sundance back in January was a picture by the name of Swiss Army Man, or as it was commonly referred to, “the farting corpse movie.” Described by Variety as “Cast...

Now You See the ‘Now You See Me 2’ Trailer, Now You Don’t

by Charles Bramesco March 16, 2016 @ 10:48 AM
Magicians: they’re no longer just people who remind of you of the good choices you made in life when seen at children’s birthday parties. Magicians are now “cool” and “sexy” and “played by Lizzy Caplan.” She’s taking the place of Isla Fisher, who was presumably busy keeping a brave face as she watched her husband of six years crawl into an elephant’s vagina, as one of two new key acquisitions for the fledgling franchise. As the newly released trailer embedded above indicates, she’s one of three newcomers, along with Chinese singer Jay Chou and actual boy wizard Daniel Radcliffe, showing a little range by portraying a character who cannot do magic, but does somehow have access to every single computer in the world, which is slightly more implausible.

‘Swiss Army Man’ Directors Talk About Finding Meaning and Tears in Fart Jokes

by Erin Whitney February 1, 2016 @ 8:38 AM
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It’s only been a week since ‘Swiss Army Man’ shocked Park City audiences at its Sundance world premiere, and the absurdist dramedy is already known as “the Daniel Radcliffe fart movie.” If you’ve seen the headlines and read the reviews (here’s ours), you already know the film prompted some walk-outs after Paul Dano‘s Hank rode the back of Radcliffe’s Manny, a farting corpse, like a jet-ski across an ocean. But, like those who left after the hilarious, blissfully weird opening scene, what you don’t know is that Swiss Army Man is actually a meditation on profound, human topics.