Updated: Grimmauld Place promo photo Deathly Hallows part 1

Kansascity.com released a new promotional photo of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, along with costars Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, where the trio are entering number 12, Grimmauld Place.


picture source: Warner Bros

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Daniel surprise guest at Movie-Con III

Daniel made a surprise guest appearance at this weekend's BFI Movie-Con III in London, where he spoke about the end of the Harry Potter series in Deathly Hallows, who he'd like to play if the series were brought to the big screen again, and working with director David Yates.


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video credit: Empire magazine

Are you done?

“Yes, we finished. I promised myself it wouldn’t end on green screen but inevitably it did. The last shot was us jumping through the screen onto a mat.

Were you in bits?
“Not then but afterwards. I’ve never seen Rupert Grint cry before; it was weird. It was like seeing your Dad cry. But now we’re on to new things and I’m looking forward to the future. I’m very excited about The Woman In Black. I think James (Watkins) is great; he’s going to be the next Chris Nolan I think.”

You’re going to have to be scared a lot.
“Yes, but that’s OK; I’m good at scared faces.” [demonstrates his scared face, which is admittedly accomplished]

What was making this double Potter like though?
“It was hard. Before, the producers and directors were very good at taking all the pressure on their shoulders, but this time going into it we were slightly more nervous than we were before, because we didn’t want to screw it up as the last one.

It was a long shoot, near enough 18 months, but a film set is the best place in the world as far as I’m concerned. The first part is a very weird road movie kind of thing. The first part is slower paced, but only compared to the second part. There’s more of an exploration of the relationships between the characters, that’s tested for the first times. And you’re not in Hogwarts, which gives it a very different feel from the other movies.

It’s a road movie, in a weird way, and it’s how the characters function outside those familiar surroundings. The second part starts as a heist movie and then turns into a war. It’s epic. The thing they did on the last day was to play us the trailer, and there was a collective sigh of, “Phew, it’s going to be really good”. This is the first time I’m genuinely excited to see the film. Because it was filmed over such a long period, I’ve genuinely forgotten what we shot early on."

Have you watched the films on DVD?
“I do, but I rarely watch them. I have two friends – just two! – and one wants me to play the LEGO Harry potter game with him, and the other wants me to give him an uncensored commentary with them sometime."

So a Potter-thon?
“No! I do get really embarrassed watching the early one. I was talking to Emma on set once on set and saying how bad we were, and we were on mike, and suddenly I heard Mike Newell shout, “You got it because you were both BLOODY ADORABLE”.

Since then it’s been David Yates – has it helped having him all the way?
“I think whoever directed the sixth had to direct the seventh; you needed to ensure that there wouldn’t be a distraction there, of a change in style. I’m thrilled that David did them all, he’s the loveliest man, so quiet and soft-spoken, but he has an incredible vision for plots. He can see the entire film in front of him. He can come up to me when we’re doing scene 328 and reference something we did in scene 8, and I’ve got no memory for those things."

What role do you have your eye on if they remake this in 30 years?
“I don’t! But if I have to, Sirius if they do it in 30 years, and Dumbledore if they do it in 50. But Sirius is the part that everyone wants; Ian Hart had just read the third book on set of the [first] movie, and he was kicking himself that he didn’t get Sirius. But of course I was glad that went to Gary Oldman, because as you all know he's my true love.”

Not Snape?
“I don’t think so, but only because Alan Rickman is so indelibly printed on that role for me and I can’t imagine anyone else doing it.”

source: empireonline.com

Updated: Entertainment Weekly (US)

Daniel is on the cover of the August issue from Entertainment Weekly, which is a new Harry Potter promo.
Radcliffe, meanwhile, seemed to be in a tug-of-war with himself about finishing his run as Harry Potter. “This film has been hard to make, and I’ve had some of the most trying moments, both physically and mentally, than ever before,” he said.

“I wasn’t entirely thrilled with my performance in Half-Blood [Prince] — I found it quite same-y, and didn’t think there was enough variation in it — so I’ve worked hard to make sure that if the seventh film comes out and I’m still unhappy with it, I’ll know it won’t be from lack of trying.”
Update: Scans, via rupertgrint.net





Out magazine photoshoot and interview (US)

Daniel and Our Lady J had a conversation for Out magazine. Read the interview here.

Update:
12th August 2011. Three more outtakes from this shoot by Terry Richardson via Art Partner.









source: out.com
picture source: Terry Richardson

David Holmes Cricket Cup

Daniel did join the David Holmes Cricket Cup battle again this year to raise money for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and is hosted for for David Holmes and his family. Below you see who won and everyone who participated.

TEAM SLYTHERIN (WINNERS)
Tom Felton (Captain), Chris Felton, Ashley Felton, Marc Mailley, Tolga Kenan, Stewart Hamilton, Paul Holmes, Adam Holmes, Adam Byles, Martin Wilde and Nick Chopping

TEAM GRYFFINDOR
Daniel Radcliffe (Captain), Matt Lewis, Alfie Enoch, James Phelps, Oliver Phelps, Dominic Fysh,  Stephen Woolfenden, Ed Symon, Matt Stirling, Tom Taylor and Tom Edmondson


picture source: Ripple productions    

Updated: Harry Potter Wrap party

The Harry Potter Wrap party is today, at the Leavesden Studios into London. There are already some pictures, I noticed via some sources, but well you all know that we don't post private and paparazzi photos. The ones going around are Daniel sitting in a car with his cellphone. I hope he had a great time.

Update: Chris Rankin viaTwitter (thanks My Heart):
  1. although I love the pap pics of some soggy friends leaving the party, it's funny how inaccurate some of the press reports are :)
  2. the wrap party yesterday was made of awesome! Shame about the rain though...!

New 2011 Calendar promo photo

2011 calendar. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows featuring the trio.

Rupert talks about Dan's music choice in Q magazine (UK)

Rupert talks in Q magazine about how Daniel Radcliffe is the one who always chose musical numbers during their early morning make-up and costume settings for the Harry Potter films.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 video game artwork

Below you find the artwork for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 the video game including wallpapers and screenshots. Release: 9th November 2010 (US), 16th November (Europe).



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