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Daniel Radcliffe on Live! with Regis and Kelly

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Daniel Radcliffe on Live! with Regis and Kelly
Daniel promoting Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban on Live! with Regis and Kelly.

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Updated: World premiere Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, London

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Updated: World premiere Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, London
Daniel Radcliffe at the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban World Premiere in London which took place at the Odeon Leicester Square.

La Cosa Cine Central interview

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La Cosa Cine Central interview
La Cosa Cine Central's (Latin America) press junket interview with Daniel in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The interview is dubbed, but you still can hear Daniel's answers.

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ABC Family's The Making of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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ABC Family's The Making of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
ABC Family's The Making of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Take a look behind the scenes.

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Daniel Radcliffe on Ministry of Mayhem

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Daniel Radcliffe on Ministry of Mayhem
Press junket interview from Ministry of Mayhem in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Featuring Daniel playing air guitar.

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Daniel Radcliffe on Fridays

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Daniel Radcliffe on Fridays
Daniel appeared on Cartoon Network's Fridays in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

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Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint on TRL UK

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Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint on TRL UK
Daniel promoted Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with Emma Watson and Rupert Grint on MTV's TRL UK (Total Request Live). There isn't a video available right now.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press conference in London

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press conference in London
Daniel Radcliffe with co-star Emma Watson at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) press conference for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in London.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press junket interviews

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press junket interviews
Press junket interviews for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press conference & photocall in London

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press conference & photocall in London
The press conference and photocall in London for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Daniel with his co-stars Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman and Michael Gambon. Some photos via mugglethai.com.

Entertainment Tonight

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Entertainment Tonight
Entertainment Tonight (ET Online) interview in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

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Daniel Radcliffe on BBC Radio 1's The Jo Whiley Show

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Daniel Radcliffe on BBC Radio 1's The Jo Whiley Show
Mugglenet.com has posted the following transcript of BBC Radio's Jo Whiley Show interview which aired earlier today. There is no audio available.

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Jo: It's Radio 1, and I'm very pleased to welcome onto the show now, um, oh, what do I call you? Do I call you Daniel, or Dan, or Danny, or Harry?
Dan: Dan. That's the one.
Jo: It's Dan Radcliffe, or Harry Potter. Star of the Harry Potter films. Thanks for coming in today.
Dan: It's a pleasure... God... it's fantastic.
Jo: You have that look about you that Elijah Wood did when he came in, he was all, kind of, like, is John Peel anywhere around?
Dan: *laughs*
Jo: He was looking for all the Radio 1 DJs.
Dan: No, I'm just really excited because I'm, I, I... I never really get to talk about, like... I mean, I've never done an interview in a radio station before!
Jo: Have you not?
Dan: No. I never really get to talk about music much, so it's great.
Jo: You're a major music fan, aren't you?
Dan: Huge.
Jo: Do you get to go to gigs?
Dan: Not as much as I'd like to, but I'm seeing the Chilli Peppers in Hyde Park. I'm going to that, very excited, because The Pixies are supporting, but my first gig - I went to see The Strokes last year, in December, which was really really good fun. Awesome.
Jo: So when did you come across The Pixies?
Dan: Um... I'm really into films, obviously, as well, and I got Total Film and there was a compilation of soundtracks, and "Where is my mind?" was on there, because it's the soundtrack to Fight Club, and so I went out and bought Death to The Pixies: The Greatest Hits, and from there, I just, kind of, became obsessed, basically.
Jo: Completely obsessed.
Dan: Yeah.
Jo: I met Frank Black once, in the BBC canteen, and he was wearing these outsized dungarees, he just looked... hilarious!
Dan: Yeah, I was just thinking how little Santiago look like rock 'n roll stars, but they just... are. Fantastic
Jo: Good. Um, you can choose a record. You choose the first record.
Dan: Okay, um... I just bought the single by The Walkman, The Rat, and it's an awesome song, so how about that one?
Jo: It's an absolute pleasure, we've played it to death on this show. Okay, then, these are The Walkman, this is The Rat.
(Song: The Walkman - The Rat)

Jo: It's The Rat, from The Walkman, we've played it loads on the show, but that was chosen specially by Daniel - or Dan - Radcliffe, who's the star of the Harry Potter films. Are you going to any festivals? Have you done the festival circuit yet?
Dan: Oh, I would love to... um... the one that, I read the line up, and it's got a brilliant line up, is and it's Party in the Park, you see, I'd love to go to, but I don't... it's just... because I'm filming all the time, there's just no time at the moment. But soon, I'm hopefully going to get time to start going to some more, definitely.
Jo: Mmm, yeah... so, you're filming the fourth film at the moment?
Dan: Yeah, we kind of officially start filming in June or July sometime, but we're kind of doing, like, little bits of pre-production at the moment. It's great, it's really exciting. It's going to be great.
Jo: Okay, so, the third film is what we're here to talk about today, specifically, obviously. Is this your favourite so far? It's the Prisoner of Azkaban, it's my favourite book. Absolutely, undoubtedly, the favourite of the books.
Dan: It's been... I don't think you'll be disappointed. It's really, really... it's... I've seen the film twice now, the full, finished version, and it's really, really amazing. It's really sophisticated, it's brilliant. It's really... it's quite scary, in parts, but I mean... I knew what was coming, I still jumped. But it's -
Jo: Really?
Dan: Yeah. It is a really great film.
Jo: So why is it so different? Because you have a different director, I guess, that has something?
Dan: I think it has something to do just with the style of it, but, the books are so different in themselves, I mean, the third book is a huge huge jump from the second. The book is a huge jump from the second, so I think it's kind of - it's just natural that it's going to be a really different film.
Jo: Can you remind us, just for people who have got a little muddled with their books, what happens in this one, what it is essentially about?
Dan: I'll try. Um... basically, it starts off, Harry runs away from home, gets to Hogwarts, finds out that this guy, Sirius Black, is after him, and trying to kill him. And, basically, the whole film is centred around Sirius Black trying to track down Harry. But, there's a twist at the end, that I know most people know, but, just for the minority of the people that haven't, I'm just not going to say.
Jo: Don't go there! Don't go there at all! Garry Oldman, of course, plays Sirius Black, when I found out he was cast as that role, it was, like, YES, that's just so right! What was it like, working with him?
Dan: It was... he's amazing! He's the coolest guy. The first things we was talking about was - I really got him into Audio Slave.
Jo: Oh, really?
Dan: Yeah. 'Cause, he's really big on music, really big on The Beatles and loads of other really cool bands. And I was playing Audio Slave in the bus one time, in the make up bus, and um, he was listening to it, and he really, really, really liked it.
Jo: So, are you like the musical expert on the films? Do you kind of convert people, generally?
Dan: I try my hardest to get as many people into rock music as possible. That's kind of my mission on each film.
Jo: Okay, and how do you succeed with that?
Dan: Um...
Jo: With Emily, with Rupert? Emma, sorry...
Dan: Rupert really likes the Kings of Leon, which are very cool. And Emma's... Emma's taste in music differs greatly from mine.
Jo: Okay, what's she into?
Dan: Um, she likes... I've managed to get her into Jet, which is very cool. But other stuff? Oh... I don't really know the names of the... things that...
Jo: You don't want to know the names!
Dan: Not in any major way, but that's fine! You know... um... (laughs).
Jo: Okay, then, we'll play another track, a bit of Outkast, we'll talk to Dan more after this.

(Song: Outkast - The way you move)

Jo: This is Radio 1, that was Outkast, the way you move, I've got Dan Radcliffe, star of the Harry Potter films, woith us at the moment. We've seen the trailers, and, just... the special effects look really really great, with this one. The double-decker bus looks...
Dan: Oh, great... triple decker! There's three of them. It's really funny, I get slammed against walls in that one, there's loads of great shots of me going smack into windows.
Jo: You like doing your own stunts, don't you?
Dan: It's just fun! Most... but, obviously, if something's really really... like, if I'm incapable of doing something, then obviously I won't do it, because I'll probably just kill myself! So... yeah, I like to do as many as is possible.
Jo: So, which were the really good ones? Were the most extreme? A nice scary one?
Dan: On the second film, I had to do this thing where I was climbing up the face of this huge statue, at the back of the Chamber of Secrets, and... um... I was on a wire, and I had to do all the climbing, and that was really really fun, and there was lots of roiling about and sword fights, so it was great.
Jo: Had any great bruises, or injuries?
Dan: Um... no. I hope to get maybe a few battle scars on this one, but no.
Jo: If acting didn't pan out, what would you do? What would the next career be? I'm sure you've been asked.
Dan: I'd like to... I'd actually like to be in a band.
Jo: You'd be in a band! Of course you would!
Dan: I know that probably sounds really weird, because I'm here, and I would say that, but I actually would genuinely love to do it.
Jo: What instrument would you play?
Dan: Well, I'd like to sing. But, I kind of play a little bit of bass, as well. I'm kind of getting there. But, slowly.
Jo: What's your voice like?
Dan: It's okay. Yeah, it's not bad. But, you know... Johnny Rotten's voice was never note perfect, so, you know?
Jo: If you had to choose one TV show to go into, after Harry Potter, what would it be? Eastenders? Emmerdale? Or Casualty?
Dan: Um... you see, the one my Mum's always watched, so I've watched the most, is Coronation Street, so it'd probably be Corrie.
Jo: Behind the bar, maybe?
Dan: Yeah! I don't see why not. Yeah, great.
Jo: Right, we want you to tell us a bit about your co-stars. There was a story that the new director... what's his name, sorry?
Dan: Alfonso Cuaron.
Jo: Right... glad you said that! The new director, did he get you all to write essays about your characters?
Dan: Yeah, and that kind of revealed to us how much like our characters we are, and it terrified us, I think.
Jo: Tell us about it, what happened?
Dan: Because... I wrote...um... basically, because Harry, at school - he kind of, does the work, but doesn't really...he kind of does the work, but doesn't do any great work, he just kind of does it, and that's it.
Jo: Because he feels like he ought to.
Dan: Yeah. So, I wrote just a page, which is kind of what Harry would have done. Rupert, as Ron would have done, just did completely nothing, just forgot about it. And Emma wrote 16 pages!
Jo: Like Hermione!
Dan: Yeah! So, we kind of got a bit freaked out after that.
Jo: This is the film where all the love interest comes in, doesn't it? Begins to, for Harry?
Dan: In the book. But, kind of not so much in the third film. In the third thing, the love thing is between Ron and Hermione, which is really funny. It's really, really good.
Jo: In the fourth film, though?
Dan: Yeah, because it's kind of Harry falling in love with Cho Chang. Yeah.
Jo: So, you're filming that at the moment?
Dan: Yeah.
Jo: Kissing scenes?
Dan: Let's hope so!
Jo: Is she gorgeous?
Dan: No... yeah, she's very pretty. She's really cool, though, Katie's awesome!
Jo: And the premieres? Are you enjoying the premieres now? Because I was at the first one, and I saw you being interviewed, and it just looked like an awful experience for you.
Dan: It's mad. It's really, completely insane. But, you get to meet loads of really cool people. I met Ben Stiller. That was great. So... yeah, uh... it;s a mad, mad experience, but it really is fun.
Jo: So you're looking forward to this one very much indeed?
Dan: Yeah.
Jo: Have you got a big, kind of, wish list of people you'd really want to turn up there?
Dan: Well, I'm hoping... just any one of The Strokes there would be brilliant. And Brody Dahl.
Jo: Oh, guest on this show in two weeks time!
Dan: Oh, please just tell her I'm madly in love with her! Thank you. Or... Marcie out of the Von Bondies. They'd be great too.
Jo: You've got good taste in women! Dan, thank you very much indeed.
Dan: Thank you very much indeed.

HBO First Look Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Something Wicked this Way Comes

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HBO First Look Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Something Wicked this Way Comes

HBO First Look: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Something Wicked this Way Comes aired 25th May 2004.

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Daniel Radcliffe on Late Night with Conan O'Brien

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Daniel Radcliffe on Late Night with Conan O'Brien
Daniel was a guest on Late Night with Conan O'Brien where he ofcourse was talking about Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press junket interviews

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press junket interviews
Press junket interviews in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Tribute.ca.

AP photoshoot

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AP photoshoot
Daniel posed for AP (Associated Press) in New York while he is promoting Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. These were taken at the Regency hotel in Manhattan, New York. They also held a press junket there.

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On Air with Ryan Seacrest interview

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On Air with Ryan Seacrest interview
A press junket interview from On Air with Ryan Seacrest in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

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Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson on TRL USA

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Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson on TRL USA
Daniel promoted Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with Emma Watson on MTV's TRL (Total Request Live) in New York.

Daniel Radcliffe on the Today Show

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Daniel Radcliffe on the Today Show
Daniel promoting Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban on the Today Show.

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press conference in New York

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban press conference in New York
Daniel attended the press conference held in New York to promote Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Some video clips can be seen below.

Updated: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban World premiere, NY

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Updated: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban World premiere, NY
Today was the day of the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban World premiere at the Radio City Music Hall in New York.

Updated: Parade magazine photoshoot (US)

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Updated: Parade magazine photoshoot (US)
The photoshoot for Parade magazine in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

Page's interview with Daniel Radcliffe

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Page's interview with Daniel Radcliffe

Page Banfield's interview with Daniel (danradcliffe.co.uk). She presented Daniel an International Cookbook at Leavesden Studios featuring recipes which were submitted by fans. Daniel had stated that his 2004 New Year's Resolution is to learn to cook and they thought they would help him out a bit so that he can achieve his goal.

About the Cookbook Page said:
Dan was extremely grateful and he is just amazed by the outpouring of his fans. As you know, the cookbook project was made up of over 800 recipes from over 70 different countries and locations. Dan is holding the cookbook below, which also includes two CD's containing all the recipes, one CD for Dan, and one CD especially made for his mum.


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The interview recorded during the visit, a transcript:

Page: How are you?
Dan: I'm very well thank you, how are you?

Page: I'm fine! Just wanted to ask you a couple of questions. To begin with, there's quite a number of new actors on this film. Emma Thompson, David Thewlis, Gary Oldman, of all of the actors that are new on this film, which one has most inspired you and what have you learned from them?
Dan: It was probably... the two people that I've found most inspiring, have been David Thewlis and Gary Oldman. Gary Oldman because I've just always been such a fan of all his films, from like The Professional, and The Fifth Element. I mean basically the thing with Gary, that with any film that he's in, his performances will always stand out. It will always carry the film. And like the thing that I never... I don't even know if it went to the States at all, it was a British TV Film called "The Firm" which he was in, and it's about football hooliganism and it's absolutely amazing, I mean he's just so terrifying in it. So he was, it was amazing for me to get a chance to work with him. And David Thewlis because like Gary Oldman he's just a fantastic actor and it's just a privilege to watch them, and to be in the same room with them as they work. They think about the scene and how they approach it, it's just amazing to watch their techniques and watch how they work.

Page: Which scenes in Prisoner of Azkaban did you most enjoying filming?
Dan: Probably again, the Shrieking Shack scene, because I'm in a room with Gary Oldman, David Thewlis, Alan Rickman, and Timothy Spall, so it's just like such amazing actors, again it's just such a privilege to work with them. But also, the Buckbeak stuff was great, all the stuff, running around being chased by werewolves was fantastic as well, it was really fun, really great.

Page: Tell me about Quidditch in the rain..
Dan: Quidditch in the rain? (We both laugh)

Page: You gave us a little hint of the stunt work,
Dan: Yeah!

Page: in the 100 Questions that you answered for the fans, how physically hard was that in the rain?
Dan: It was just basically like normal Quidditch in terms of like comfort levels, of Quidditch which is never incredibly comfortable, but luckily they heated the water they were using which was quite nice so it wasn't freezing cold water they were throwing on me or anything. I've now actually seen the film a couple of days ago for the first time all finished and everything and it is amazing and Quidditch is a really fantastic scene. It's really very intense, it's the most intense we've seen Quidditch be, but it is a really fantastic scene and all the hard work that everyone on the set put into it, it's really paid off because it does look amazing.

Page: Of all of the different magical creatures that you've come across, Fluffy, Fawkes, and of course in this film we get our first look at Buckbeak and from all the images that we've seen so far, you appear to be quite fond of him. Is he your favorite now?
Dan: I still really like Dobby!

Page: Okay
Dan: I really like Dobby as a character, because I just think he's hysterical. But I think Buckbeak is just, there's something about Buckbeak; it's like he's an animal that doesn't talk, but it's amazing and it's in the book. The writing of the character of Buckbeak in the book, it's amazing because it's not just an animal, it's a character who you do come to feel really sorry for even though you don't know it that well. I think that does comes across in the film because you do feel a kind of upset, sort of attachment to that. You feel really kind of helpless and you want to do something to prevent the execution, so I think Buckbeak is a great character and the effects of Buckbeak are astonishing. They look absolutely unbelievable, like it's there, it really is.

Page: If you are offered the part of Harry for all anticipated films, seven films, do you want to be Harry?
Dan: I, that's like, so far away. I mean we're a week into filming the fourth one, and each film takes a year so it's going to be a year and a bit until I even start to contemplate whether I'm going to do the fifth film or not. So we've always really said I've got to take them just one film at a time and concentrate on the one at hand.

Page: Fans have such different opinions about how they want all of these books to end. Naturally when we get to the last book, the seventh book, everyone's got their own opinions about what they want to happen to Harry or Voldemort's characters. If it were up to you to write that last book, what would you do with Harry or Voldemort's characters?
Dan: Um, I don't know if I can, I think there's going to be something, and I'd like to say before I answer this, that this is completely unfounded. Jo Rowling has told me absolutely nothing I promise, but I think because of the link between Harry and Voldemort's wands, there's going to be something, whereby, Harry, I mean I don't want to cause a big out cry. But I've got really bad feelings that something not so good's going to happen to Harry. Because maybe like if he died that's the only way Voldemort could die as well and so they cancel each other out. I think people are going to go mad when I've said that I'm sure. Or he would become a Quidditch player. It's a happier ending. (Everyone laughs)

Page: And go on to play World Cup Quidditch!
Dan: Yeah

Page: Moving forward towards filming Goblet of Fire, what are your expectations of the Triwizard Tournament tasks, and the Quidditch World Cup are you looking forward to any particular task? I mean personally I'm looking forward to you fighting the dragon.
Dan: I've seen clips of what that's going to be like, and it is going to be fantastic! It's going to be really good. I don't know if you know this, but I've started scuba diving for the underwater task. The thing I am looking forward to is the maze. Because the maze, whereas, in the book you've got a Sphinx in the maze, and there are other things that Harry's fighting off, in the film it's going to be a much more a psychological thing. Basically the only things that are in the maze are, the only things living that are in the maze are Harry, Fleur, Viktor, Cedric and also the maze itself is almost alive and so you've got, it's almost as if, the walls are kind of breathing. And if Harry goes down one corridor of the maze, one passage of the maze, and turns around, the bit where he came in there it's closed up again, so he has to keep thinking of new ways to go. It's a much more psychological thing than a physical thing. I think there's a line in the script that Dumbledore says, it's something like, "be careful not to lose yourself in the maze, as you can possibly go insane, as I think many people have in the past", so I think that's going to be the real one to watch. And Quidditch World Cup should be really good because you know, we've seen school boys playing Quidditch, it's like school boys playing soccer or football or whatever. It's not the same as when you get out there and you've got fully grown adults playing as professionals, so I think Quidditch World Cup is going to take Quidditch to a new level in terms of some of the stuff they are going to see.

Page: I have to admit I was completely addicted to that chapter in Goblet of Fire, just loved it, I just couldn't tear myself away from it. Now that you've read five books, which one is your favorite?
Dan: My favorite is the third, is the third book.

Page: Still the third?
Dan: The third film with Harry, my favorite script, however, is the fourth, I think it's a masterpiece, I really do. And I think Steve Kloves, the screenwriter, is a genius because how he's managed to squeeze the fourth book into, about a hundred and twenty one pages or something, and manage to keep all the really important stuff that is completely necessary to have in there, it's amazing just so much stuff that goes on.

Page: I feel like I've practically grown up with him (looking at another person present in the room..) in two and a half years since these films began, and I've noticed that every time a new film is released, you come across more professional and more comfortable in your role. Do you feel that comfort level as well, that you have grown professionally and it just comes easier and natural to you?
Dan: I think I have yeah, but I mean I think anybody would have, I think we all have. It's just from being on the set for four and a half years now. You just learn alot, and we've learned loads from Chris, we've learned even more from Alfonso and we're going to learn even more with Mike Newell. The thing I'm really excited about is Mike, because Alfonso and Chris were absolutely fantastic, but I'm quite excited because this is the first British director of the Harry Potter films, and that's quite a big thing for me, I'm quite pleased about that.

Page: Believe it or not I've gotten emails from teachers all over the place who've been writing to me regarding your involvement with that Mind Reading DVD by Human Emotions?
Dan: Oh Yeah!

Page: Just fantastic teacher reviews of that using it in their school classrooms, saying it's just making such a difference because you're face is there.
Dan: (Exhibits a pleasing smile) Wow!

Page: Do you have any idea what kind of an effect that's having on children, and do you anticipate that you'll do any more volunteer work like that in the future?
Dan: I don't know, I mean I had no idea it was having that kind of affect, I mean that's brilliant! I mean because I just literally went in for a day and did it all in the one day and it was great, I had a really good time. And it was really fun because I've always been interested in Autism and that was what the video was originally designed for, and so no I'm so pleased that it's having that sort of affect that's absolutely brilliant, and any other volunteer work, yeah I hope so it'd be fantastic.

Page: Yeah, it's just now getting licensed in schools to use over in the States. Thank you Dan.

LEGO magazine contest

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LEGO magazine contest
The new May issue of LEGO magazine has a top ten list of reasons why Dementors don't build with Legos. And that's not everything: It also features a LEGO contest set to be judged by Daniel, Rupert and Emma. The rules are posted below.

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Top Ten Reasons Dementors Can’t Build:

10. Slimy hands make it hard to grip LEGO bricks.
9. Minifigures faint when they’re around.
8. Frustrated that no one wants to stay and read the LEGO building instructions with them.
7. Have to keep stopping to drain all the fun out of the room.
6. Lack of feet robs them of the fun of stepping on all those little LEGO pieces.
5. Good at taking things apart; bad at putting them together.
4. Dumbledore will not allow them to build a life-size Harry brick sculpture in Hogwarts Castle.
3. Can’t understand why there isn’t a LEGO set called “Dynamic Dementor Defenders.”
2. Worried that their minifigure cloaks make them look frumpy.
1. Too busy trying to kiss the Sirius Black minifigure.”

The contest rules:

Use your LEGO collection to create the biggest, best and most magical Hogwarts Castle you can imagine. three favorites will be chosen by a very special panel of judges – none other than Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), and Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, himself!)

“You could win a Grand Prize 15″ Harry Potter model not available in stores, one of two(2) First Prizes of all the new LEGO Harry Potter sets, or one of three (3) Second Prize LEGO Hogwarts Castle sets. To enter, send a photo of your unique Hogwarts Castle model to: Ultimate Hogwarts Contest, P.O. Box 1625, Enfield, CT 06082

“Be sure to include your name, address, age and phone number along with the photo of your model. No photocopies or computer printouts, please! If your version of Hogwarts has special features, you can include additional photos to show them off. Pictures will not be returned, so be sure to take some extras for yourself!

“Entries must be received by July 1st, 2004.”

Adrian Green photoshoot (promotion Prisoner of Azkaban)

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Adrian Green photoshoot (promotion Prisoner of Azkaban)
Promotional photoshoot for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Photos via Daniel Radcliffe Network.

Time for Kids magazine interview (US)

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Time for Kids magazine interview (US)
There is an interview with Daniel in the 7th May issue of Time for Kids magazine.

Back then this site didn't excist. I decided to add 'archive news' like this as much as possible
. I thought it might be interesting to read for you all.

Sample Question:
Q: Do you think you would be in Gryffindor House like Harry?
A: I did a magazine test to see what house I would end up in.
Unfortunately, it was Slytherin!

WHO Daniel Radcliffe, 14
CLAIM TO FAME He plays boy wizard Harry Potter. The third movie,

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, opens June 4. For more of Daniel’s magic, visit timeforkids.com/harry.

Q What can we expect to see in this movie?
A It is a lot darker than the first two. It’s quite scary. It has
some fantastic effects in it, like that of the dementors and quidditch. It’s going to be brilliant.

Q Why do you like playing Harry?
A I like playing someone who is a complete under-dog. Harry is a
huge hero, but he’s not perfect. He’s completely awkward around girls. He’s not a perfect student. He just scrapes by.

Q How has Harry changed since the last movie?
A He’s confronting a lot more demons in his head. He’s very unsure
of himself and of what he doesn’t know.

Q How are you and Harry similar?
A We’re both very curious, and we both value friendship.

Q Do you think you would be in Gryffindor House like Harry?
A I did a magazine test to see what house I would end up in.
Unfortunately, it was Slytherin!

Teen Vogue magazine photoshoot (US)

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Teen Vogue magazine photoshoot (US)
The photoshoot for Teen Vogue magazine in promotion of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with Rupert Grint and Emma Watson.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban trailers and TV spot

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban trailers and TV spot
Trailer, International trailer and TV spot for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

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source: Warner Bros