A new, very interesting video of set interviews for "The Woman in Black" has appeared online. The video discusses the impetus behind filming "The Woman in Black," as well as the legacy of Hammer Films. Dan Radcliffe, his co-stars Ciaran Hinds (Aberforth Dumbledore) and Janet McTeer, James Watkins (director), Susan Hill (the author of the novel), and Jane Goldman (the screenwriter) are all interviewed.
Really exciting! Slightly terrifying though, not sure it’s my genre. >.< And I wish I knew what they were talking were talking about when they say Hammer Films, I’m still kicking myself for not being British. ________________
Would love to see Dan in this!!! I’m so proud of him; he’s part of one of the biggest horror film industries ever. Not sure if I want to see it, though. It looks INCREDIBLE, and I’m sure Dan will do a fantastic job. However, horror movies aren’t really my genre of movies, if you know what I mean… and seeing a horror film as well-made as this one won’t really do me any good by seeing it, even if Dan is in it. ;)
Congrats once again to Daniel, though!
I am eager to see this movie! You don’t need to be British to know Hammer FIlms — they run them on the classic movie channels in the US often. Learn more about them here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammer_Films
this really sounds amazing… but i’m still scared of horror movies! >.<
Terrific ! @lovelle I also scared of horror movies !
Verrrry scarrrry boys & girls!
Don’t be put off by the word horror. The story is not a horror story, it’s a ghost story.
Can’t wait to see this. It’s a lot different from Dans usual roles but I think he’s made the right choice in his next move
I wish I could gather up the courage to say I will see the film but I just can’t do it – I’m a nightmare sponge, and I know with this awesomely scary film I won’t sleep for years. That is unfortunate for me since the outtakes of Dan in the scenes we’ve viewed demonstrate just how fantastic he is – I will be missing out seeing a terrific but terrifying film which is my loss.
jasygrama, you should watch it to support Dan. If one or two of them do well, it’ll help all the young cast members to be seen as more than the HP kids. They are promoting it as a scary film but it’s actually a character driven story, it’s quite touching, it’s not like those scary movies for teens, I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
Snape had turned spy against Voldemort, "at great personal risk." Was that the job he had taken up again? Had he made contact with the Death Eaters, perhaps? Pretended that he had never really gone over to Dumbledore, that he had been, like Voldemort hims
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