Dan Radcliffe Talks Epilogue of “Deathly Hallows” Movie and more on Inside Actors Studio

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Oct 16, 2008

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As readers will remember, a few weeks back we first told you that actor Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter) would be a guest on the Bravo channel show “Inside the Actors Studio” for their new season. The recording of the program took place early last week at Pace University,
and the first snippets from the interview are starting to appear
online via a new article from The Pace Press newspaper. Among the many topics discussed with interviewer James Lipton, Mr.
Radcliffe briefly mentions the Epilogue in “Harry Potter and the
Deathly Hallows” in regards to actors Rupert Grint and Emma Watson
portraying characters Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in the film
adaptation. He says: “It’s going to be a source of entertainment to
see Ron and Hermione together.”

In addition to this, Mr. Radcliffe speaks further on the Harry Potter
films and his experience working with the cast and crew. When speaking
of the “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” film, he remembers during the interview
that director Alfonso Cuaron was able to push him to his limits when
acting. He says of Mr. Cuaron’s directing style:

“You want somebody you can suggest things to, not someone you’re
intimidated by. You also want somebody who will turn to you after a
take and say, ‘That was not very good at all.’ That’s how you know you
can trust his judgment.”

Mr.
Radcliffe continues, speaking on his childhood and what brought him
into acting after he describes himself as being “crap at everything.”
When asked if, as a child, he lived through his imagination, Radcliffe
replied: “Yes, and I still do. I have
this fascination with the world. I like to observe weird things like
how a door closes, or the grates on a subway platform.” Mr. Radcliffe
also feels he shares a few characteristics with the character of Harry
Potter, including a “innate curiosity about the world¦” and, he says,
“We
have very good friends too.”

Finally, Mr. Radcliffe’s performance in the Peter Shaffer play “Equus”
leads to talk of his preparation for the physically demanding role, the
psychological aspects of the story, and his experiences with the
American audiences. Of the differences between the UK and Stateside
audiences, he is quoted as saying: “[New York audiences] are amazing.
They pick up on everything and are more generous.”

As we’ve reported many times on Leaky, “Equus” currently runs through February 8, 2009 at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City. A limited number of tickets are still available and can be purchased via this link. More information the play and performances can be found on the official “Equus” website.





37 Responses to Dan Radcliffe Talks Epilogue of “Deathly Hallows” Movie and more on Inside Actors Studio

Avatar Image says: I wish I could watch Equus. :( Too bad I live too far away !Avatar Image says: Looking forward to Dan's appearance on "Insider The Actor's Studio" ... it will be nice to him in an interview that is longer that 5 minutes or just a short clip.Avatar Image says: You would think a person who actually attended the program could get her facts straight.There are so many things incorrect in this articule .....hope this person isn't a journalist major .....among other things Dan's middle name is not James it's Jacob ....it was very nice they were son kind to him but kinder would have been acuate information for those who didn't attend.Avatar Image says: I love Dan! He's so talented and perfect for the role of Harry Potter. Not to mention he's really hot, too! I agree with Christine. I wish that I could go see Equus too. I live in CT which isn't that far away from NY, but still it'd take a few hours before we could get there. And plus I'm sure that all of the tickets are almost sold out, if they're not sold out already. And also, I'm sure it's really expensive. Too bad. *sighs*:( Oh well, keep on workin' Dan! Can't wait till Deathly Hallows comes out!:)Avatar Image says: I love Dan! He's so talented and perfect for the role of Harry Potter. Not to mention he's really hot, too! I agree with Christine. I wish that I could go see Equus too. I live in CT which isn't that far away from NY, but still it'd take a few hours before we could get there. And plus I'm sure that all of the tickets are almost sold out, if they're not sold out already. And also, I'm sure it's really expensive. Too bad. *sighs*:( Oh well, keep on workin' Dan! Can't wait till Deathly Hallows comes out!:)Avatar Image says: I saw Dan perform in Equus in London - he did an amazing job! It's not an easy play and he was great. I can't imagine someone else in that role now. Richard Griffiths was amazing too - he IS that doctor.Avatar Image says: I can not wait to see Dan on the show, Harry lives and marries Ginny they have three children, a girl and two boys I read the book.Avatar Image says: Where does it say his middle name is James?? The only James I saw was someone named James Lipton.Avatar Image says: any idea when the interview will be broadcast on Bravo? I tried very hard to get tickets for the taping but could not!!Avatar Image says: I can't wait to see Dan's interview with Mr. Lipton. I REALLY can't wait to see the last 3 movies!Avatar Image says: @Ginney Potter.........It says....Born July 23,1989, Daniel James Radcliffe..........I think this person got Dan confused with James Potter[lol!]Avatar Image says: WOW! I missed that he was going to be on "Inside the Actor's Studio." I cannot wait. I wonder what his favorite curse word is.Avatar Image says: Sheri, some of us live in countries on the other sideof the world! Do u think that a few hours drive is bad?! b cuz its nothing 2 some of us. some of us would kill 2 live where u do & have to only drive a little, and u can't even think about getting off ur fat arse! Avatar Image says: This reporter is mediocre. I much enjoyed the blog reports about this event which were posted last week. That was more entertaining and so rich in detail. This was supposed to be a very funny interview but they "censored" those jokes about Napoleon and God being short so we have this dry, albeit informative article. It would have been so much better if a fan was allowed to write about this event.Avatar Image says: thanks izziewitch i'm listening right now:) and he IS wonderful!Avatar Image says: I love HP both books and movies, and i think Dan is growing into a fine actor but i can't for the life of me understand why is he on The Actors Studio, i mean he is barley 20 years old and been in the industry for only 10 years with his most known performance yet is the HP movies. i think this is way too early for him to be on that show i would have waited another 10 years let him finish HP do more movies and plays and then bring him on. i can think of the top of my head 5 other people that (with all due respect to Dan) should be on that stage.Avatar Image says: He enjoys watching a door close? Okay...Avatar Image says: @Ginney Potter………It says….Born July 23,1989, Daniel James Radcliffe……….I think this person got Dan confused with James Potter[lol!] Posted by Jeannine on October 16, 2008, 10:04 PM he really did as Daniel's middle name is Jacob.Avatar Image says: [quote]I agree with Christine. I wish that I could go see Equus too. I live in CT which isn’t that far away from NY, but still it’d take a few hours before we could get there. And plus I’m sure that all of the tickets are almost sold out, if they’re not sold out already. And also, I’m sure it’s really expensive. Posted by Sheri on October 16, 2008, 03:49 PM [/quote] Sheri, tickets are almost always available at the half price booth. I walked up and bought a 4th row orchestra for last Wednesday's matinee for $69. If you really want to go, quit making excuses and go.Avatar Image says: Selina, I think the point he's making is how we take things for granted like a door closing. He's thinking how is it closing neatly. Its got hinges, so how do the hinges work. Ok I admit that sounds like someone who should become a mad scientist. But I know where he is coming from. I sit down at work and have a banana, then as I peel it, I'm thinking how the hell is this banana able to peel so neatly. How did McDonads dining table get to be so smooth? What? What do you mean its time for my medication, I only took it 10 mins ago...Avatar Image says: I thought that too Maya, but I realise we had the wrong preconception of Insiders Studio. Its not meant for just the older actors who have a long backlog of work. Its for any popular actor to discuss what they have experienced so far. Then what makes Insiders Studio interesting is that many of these actors get called back again after several years and they see how they have progressed. I remember Tom Hanks being on it lately and reflecting on the years that has passed since his last visit when he made Philadelphia.Avatar Image says: @ Maya:: well the thing of it is that at so young an age Dan really has accomplished far more than some people far older and Equus has put him on another plain as 'not just a movie star' which he has now been for years but a 'stage' actor which in some eyes goes beyond ..........I'm not listing ALL the reasons he deserves this honor.....but he does ....and Dan can not control who they do and do not ask on this program,he can only respond to what they ask of him. Personally I think being a film star can be very underrated both require much talent. I don't think the person who wrote this articule was paying much attention to what was being said or maybe they were just somewhere else..lol!.. and just wrote what they thought was said......I know they were lacking in a sense of humor. Avatar Image says: @ Professor Potter::: Yeah I love that thay do that with actors sometimes.... bring them back to discuss what has happend since ...the progress of thier work and lives....I hope they do that with Dan as well....I think that is what they are thinking.Avatar Image says: I got worried !! Nothing for 3 days 'in the news'!! Randy, what are you saying?!!!! you saw Dan in 'Equus'!!! He must have been so good !!!! I wish I could see him in reality too !!!!!!Avatar Image says: Hello all - including Leaky news. Dan's interview from the Times Talk is up - podcast and video clip. You should post the links. It's pretty good!Avatar Image says: Hi Maya - well, Christian Slater is about to be on Inside the Actor's Studio. He's been around for a long time, and I like him, but his body of work is not huge or fantastically acclaimed (except for "Heathers" - loved that!). But, he is an interesting person and there are many reasons for someone to be on the show (not to mention that Bravo is in the same group as the network that Mr. Slater's new show is going to be on). But, Dan is pretty interesting and is a good interview. He is interesting to both youth and adults - he is just kind of different.Avatar Image says: i wonder how he would do, in a couple of years, as Mozart in the play version of Amadeus? Just thinking ahead..... and of course when the re-make of the HP series gets done in 30 years or so, he should play Snape.... ;-)Avatar Image says: So when is this episode going to air on BravoAvatar Image says: HPLUVER, that was mean...Sheri implied nothing about sitting "on her arse" instead of doing the traveling. And a few hours from CT to NYC is not like driving a few hours across ND or straight highway or country miles miles. Avatar Image says: Thank U, izzywitch, that's a great interview!!!!!! Don't know why it's not on the NY Times TimesTalk podcast, tho. But that lead me to subscribe to their podcast so thanks are in order for that as well. Avatar Image says: Hi, Professor Potter! You always seem to see the "whole picture"! I absolutely believe you are right on the money, when looking at the "door closing" thing. I do that too...and I especially am impressed by those who can go on this show and come back, later. There is so much to be learned about how an actor grows! I love 'Actor's Studio' and have seen many aspiring actors return. Not only once, but maybe twice. I was so impressed with the growth shown, with Tom Hanks. He has come a long way, and you're right...we'll see Dan again!Avatar Image says: Just a question for anyone who knows: will there be any way to get a copy of this show (once it's aired, of course)? I don't get the Bravo channel & I see on their web site that only certain episodes are available for purchace. Any suggestions? I will be SO bummed if I don't get to see this!! Thanks.Avatar Image says: Aw, I was excited to hear what his favourite curse word is ;DAvatar Image says: Exactly, Professor Potter. That's what I do. I like looking at things, like a ipod, and thinking what people hundreds of years ago would think of it, or how computers can manage to fit all that information in such a small space, or how paint works. Avatar Image says: Dear Professor Potter, Okay, I thought about well-worn tables, and hinges too. Mostly I had a good laugh about home improvement projects gone wrong. What IS that black gooey stuff around the hinge pin? I also thought of the magic created when a fourth grader is home alone with a bouncy bed and a popcorn ceiling. Maybe I should send Mom some flowers.Avatar Image says: Hmmm I didnt even think they would be filming the Epilouge. It should be interesting.Avatar Image says: I was lucky enough to attend the taping and he was really good - it's a shame that it's going to be cut down from the over 3 hour interview that took place. It was a long evening for sure! He was very quiet at first & Dean Lipton had to ask him to speak up quite a few times. He was really getting into it as the night went on. It was really funny how "pained" he was to see himself up on the big screen.

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