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Followup: Daniel Radcliffe's Christmas Card

Posted by: sue
December 10, 2004, 05:58 AM

A few weeks ago, we told you about actor Daniel Radcliffe's (Harry Potter) Christmas card that he was sending out this year. It featured a photo taken from the filming of the second task of the upcoming Goblet of Fire movie. The USA Today has more on this card, and what went into setting the scene for the photo. Daniel Radcliffe says:

"We had to share oxygen tanks and get everyone positioned very quickly," he says. "Then, with a friend, I added Christmas-type additions and felt ultimately that antlers and red noses worked best."

The underwater scenes made him a scuba fan. "I would love to try it again, but perhaps in a more exotic location than a tank at Leavesden Studios."

Radcliffe began training for the underwater scenes in November 2003 while shooting The Prisoner of Azkaban. "I have never taken direction at the bottom of a tank. It was very interesting listening to the director (Mike Newell) and then responding to him with signs and signals."

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Aw, cute picture of Dan :)

Posted by Smitch on April 26, 2010, 11:07 AM report to moderator
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