Dan Radcliffe Interviewed on ITV News


Nov 08, 2010

Posted by Mel

ITV News has interviewed Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) on the set of his upcoming movie “The Woman in Black,” about his feelings on finishing the Harry Potter film series. There are clips of past Harry Potter movies throughout, as well as trailer footage from “Deathly Hallows” and footage of Radcliffe filming “The Woman in Black.” You can watch the video here or below.

Many thanks to DanRadcliffe.com for the tip.

11 Responses to Dan Radcliffe Interviewed on ITV News

Avatar ImageBless_the_children says: More Potter... *nomnomnom*Avatar Imagesueml says: Dan just seems so sweet. I hope his post-Potter career goes well (I think it will).Avatar ImageHazza P says: Aw.... half his life. So emotional. :)Avatar ImageSindi says: I believe we don't have to worry about harry continuing to have success :D Avatar Imagejeannemcl says: Um....his first non-Potter movie role? Don't think so.Avatar Imageabandonedboyjon says: it's not his "first non-potter movie"... research, people!Avatar ImagePWilly says: I agree! "first non-Potter" - please! You would think that the journalists covering these topics would have some background...really...Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: I think his earlier work, such as 'My Boy Jack', was originally made for TV, so they may be technically right?Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Aww so nice. hope Woman in black does well tooAvatar Imagepfowlerp says: Not all of Dan's earlier work was made for tv, "The Tailor of Panama" was released 30 March 2001, which was before "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" which was released16 November 2001. Even if they're trying to say it's Dan's “first non-potter movie” since starting the HP series that's not correct either... "December Boys" was released 14 September 2007. Now if they're trying to say this is Dan's “first non-potter movie” since Ending the HP series than that would be correct.Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Want to see that movie!

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