Dan Radcliffe Would “Walk on Hot Coals” to Work with Yates Again

Nov 24, 2006

Posted by: Melissa Anelli


DanRadcliffe.com and DanRadcliffef.co.uk received Holiday greetings yesterday — including a new photo — from Dan himself. In his letter, Dan thanked the sites for their “honest and straightforward reporting of events this year – leaving the speculation to others.” He also said:

“As I have now finished on HP5 and am about to take a break, I wanted you to have a copy of my new fan mail photo which will be sent out with a new newsletter from the beginning of next year. It was taken by Emma Hardy who took my photo for the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
As Christmas approaches, I would again urge my loyal fans not to send me presents but make a donation to Demelza House (which always needs support).

It has been a very exciting year for me. I had a great time making ‘Order of the Phoenix’ and working again with Gary OIdman, and for the first time Imelda Staunton, was simply fantastic. David Yates was an inspired director who I would walk on hot coals to work with again.

As many of you know I am going on stage next year, to appear in Equus and the letters of support I have received since the announcment, from many fans have been very exciting to read. Thank you for your words of encouragement.

Later next year I will film MY BOY JACK and again am completely thrilled to be working on this fantastic and very moving script. It is going to be a very full year and I will relish every moment.”

In other Radcliffe news, Daniel is slated to present an award at the Australian Film Institute (AFI) awards ceremony on December 7.

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