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Deathly Hallows part 1 hits best opening weekend world wide

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Deathly Hallows part 1 hits best opening weekend world wide
With over $125 million in ticket sales at the US box office over the weekend, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 claimed the best opening weekend of the year, as well as the sixth highest grossing opening weekend in history. All over the world Harry Potter is making a record.

Updated: Interview: Dan and Emma talk Deathly Hallows part 1 TU magazine (Mexico)

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Updated: Interview: Dan and Emma talk Deathly Hallows part 1 TU magazine (Mexico)
In a new interview with Tu magazine, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson spoke about filming the kiss scene in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1, their on-screen relationship, and meeting J.K. Rowling. That can be read below, courtesy of HPLA.

Updated: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

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Updated: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews including a T4 quiz: Harry Potter and the stolen youth.

Interview: Dan about the Woman in Black

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Interview: Dan about the Woman in Black
In a new interview, Daniel talked more about his new movie The Woman in Black, meeting fans and more.

Is The Woman In Black a psychological horror?
“I would call it a character-driven horror, along the lines of The Orphanage or The Others. It’s a slow-burning Victorian drama. And it is very scary, but it’s also about loss and family and fear. An overriding sense of death pervades the entire film.  I’m very excited about it. It’s still very early days. We haven’t finished filming yet. But I saw some cut-together footage the other day. It looks beautiful, first and foremost.”

Is it taken from the book by Susan Hill or the stage play?
“It’s taken mostly from the book. Like the play, which is its own adaptation of it, we are our own adaptation. Not a huge amount has changed. One big difference is that in the book, it’s an older man reminiscing from the very beginning, as it is in the play. We’re taking it more as a first-person thriller, so it’s happening now rather than being reminisced about. But other than that, we’re faithful to the story, pretty much, down to a tee – although we’ve changed details. In the book, his son comes later. But in the film, I have a son from the very beginning, and that just raises the stakes of the drama a lot more. It makes it more cinematic. But the idea and all the characters are as they are in the book.”

“Rather than it being random magic, there are rules within it, which I think people quite like.
“And in terms of what makes it a phenomenon, is that it has embedded itself in the consciousness of about three generations. It’s become a part of everybody’s collective understanding of the world, and that will continue to be passed off.”

What’s it like when little kids meet you in the street?
“It’s like they’re meeting God! I am Harry to them and I am this wizard. My godson, who is only four, was saying to me ‘How do you do the magic in films?’ He’d asked his mum and she said, ‘Dan will explain it to you!’ And I was going, ‘Let’s talk about this another time. There are too many Muggles around!’”

source: getsurrey.co.uk

Daniel Radcliffe on Fry and Laurie Reunited

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Daniel Radcliffe on Fry and Laurie Reunited
On Fry and Laurie Reunited Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie took part in a delightful retrospective on their joint and respective careers and Daniel also had a part in it.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews
Press junket interviews in promotion of  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1. This time with 12 News movie critic Gino Salomonee.

Radio Times cover (UK)

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Radio Times cover (UK)

Thanks to @ThomasFeltonUK for the info. If someone manages to get scans from the November issue, please e-mail me.

M2 magazine (Malaysia)

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M2 magazine (Malaysia)
Daniel on the cover of Malaysia's M2 magazine in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1.

The November issue. Photo via snitchseeker.com:



picture source: Ethan Hill

Exclusive interview: I am Harry Potter from funnyordie.com

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Exclusive interview: I am Harry Potter from funnyordie.com
Here's a 'censored interview' (sketch) with Daniel from Funny or Die with the title I am Harry Potter.


Written, directed & produced by Judd Apatow.

source: funnyordie.com

ITV's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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ITV's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)
ITV UK's Behind the scenes look at Harry Potter in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 Behind the Magic with Ben Shephard.








Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press conference in London

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press conference in London
Daniel at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) press conference for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 in London.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 featurette "On the run"

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 featurette "On the run"
A new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 featurette called On the run with an introduction from Daniel.

Channel 9's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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Channel 9's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)
A look behind the scenes of the new Harry Potter film with Australia Channel 9's Richard Wilkins in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 Behind the Magic.





Scans: Galaxie magazine (Malaysia)

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Scans: Galaxie magazine (Malaysia)



Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 promotion. Features a new photo. Three covers to choose from.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews
More press junket interviews for Harry Potter.

Message: Children in Need 2010

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Message: Children in Need 2010
Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson recorded segments for BBC's Children in Need special, where they talked with a young fan. Yesterday there was a total raised of £18 million.




Willow Foundation: Jo meets Daniel Radcliffe

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Willow Foundation: Jo meets Daniel Radcliffe
Jo had told her wish towards the Willow foundation (the only UK charity to provide positive and life-enhancing special days for seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds.) which is visiting the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 set. And she did.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 quiz - Glamour magazine (UK)

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 quiz - Glamour magazine (UK)
Glamour magazine has updated their site today with a quiz in which you can test your knowledge about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1. Thanks to Glamour magazine for the info. Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Quiz.

Update: Scans: Privé magazine interview (NL)

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Update: Scans: Privé magazine interview (NL)
Scans van Privé magazine (november) waarin Daniel praat over verschillende dingen als het einden van Potter, wat hij ervan heeft geleerd, en het hebben van zijn eigen apartement nu hij 21 is.

Dan thanks for joining Harry Potter France premiere competition

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Dan thanks for joining Harry Potter France premiere competition
A video has been released by Warner Bros France in which Daniel thanks participants for joining the French premiere competition. It has been taped during the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket. The French premiere will take place on 22nd November in Tours, France but Daniel won't be in attendance.

Reuters Q&A

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Reuters Q&A
Reuters has published a Q&A with Daniel online just before the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.

Updated: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

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Updated: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

Sky Movies Deathly Hallows special

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Sky Movies Deathly Hallows special
Below you can find the interview from Sky Movies' Craig Stevens with Daniel where he talked about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. Click on the picture to view the whole interview.


source: akymovies.sky.com

Daniel Radcliffe on The Early Show

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Daniel Radcliffe on The Early Show
Daniel on The Early Show where he promoted Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.


source: cbsnews.com

Daniel Radcliffe on Live! with Regis and Kelly

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Daniel Radcliffe on Live! with Regis and Kelly
Daniel was a guest on Live! with Regis and Kelly in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1. Photo via Twitter.



La Sexta's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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La Sexta's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)
La Sexta's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 Behind the Magic special aired on 13th November. Paula Prendes takes you behind the scenes. Interviews are dubbed in Spanish.










SheKnows exclusive interview about Deathly Hallows

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SheKnows exclusive interview about Deathly Hallows
SheKnows had an interview with Daniel about filming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 (4 pages, see the link below). Topics: emotional parts, dancing, Dan and imitating and more. Thanks to sheknows.com for providing the info. They also interviewed Emma and Rupert.

MTV Rough Cut: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, "American Talk" & more

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MTV Rough Cut: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, "American Talk" & more
Daniel talks Potter, Twilight, The Trevor Project and more + "American Talk" with the cast.



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Daniel Radcliffe on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

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Daniel Radcliffe on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Daniel did promotion for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, but also talked about the upcoming How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.  Video below (other videos don't seem to be available at NBC's website anymore).

Daniel Radcliffe on Access Hollywood

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Daniel Radcliffe on Access Hollywood
Tim Vincent interviews Daniel Radcliffe for Access Hollywood about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. He talks about the cast possibly getting tattoos, the end of filming, the kissing scene with Emma Watson and shooting scenes on location.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews
Various press interviews for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.









Today Australia
This video is also shared on Facebook.

Daniel Radcliffe on the Today Show

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Daniel Radcliffe on the Today Show
Daniel promoting Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 on the Today Show. Photos via danielradcliffe.fr.

World premiere Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1, NY

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World premiere Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1, NY

Collider's interview with Daniel Radcliffe

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Collider's interview with Daniel Radcliffe
Collider talked with Daniel in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 in London. The transcript is below and you can download the audio file of the interview via this link. (right click, save as).


Question: You know, I heard this morning that you were described as the 40 year old philosopher. You went from being a child to the 40 year old philosopher…
Daniel: Who described me as that?

Tom (Felton).
Daniel: Oh, Tom, OK. OK, cool! OK, I’ll take that from Tom. I know that’s meant in a nice way if Tom said it. That’s fine. [laughs]

So how do you look at this incredible journey you’ve had with this character that so many people are fixated on for the past whatever it’s been, 10 years?

Daniel: You know, now I feel sort of obliged to come out with something sort of profound and philosophical. I think possibly, also, what Tom is alluding to is the fact that I’ve got…I think I’ve got a work ethic. Which also, to the effect, Tom has, and a lot of us have as well. We love our jobs and we don’t take anything for granted. There’s nowhere I would rather be. Over the last 10 years it’s been some of the most surreal, bizarre moments of my life, but in a lovely way. There’s certainly nothing I would have swapped it for. And, you know, I think in terms of all the media attention that you get and all that stuff, I think the one thing you have to be careful of is that you don’t have…that fame does not become a part of your identity. You have to find out who you are aside from what the media say you are. If you’ve become reliant on them for kind of a sense of self, then you’re really screwed. So yeah, I mean I think we’ve all done quite well in terms of not believing the hype about ourselves and just sort of getting on with our jobs and appreciating that we’re very lucky to be there.

Was it ever a possibility, though, of saying, “God, I am Harry Potter! I am fabulous! I am adored by millions of people!” I mean you’re a kid and it must be so exhilarating. I don’t know.

Daniel: But the thing is, you only have that sense for that about three weeks a year, maybe, because that’s the time you’re not working. The rest of the year we’re working, we’re on set. And then for these three weeks of madness, you know, you’re in the middle of lots of people screaming. I did see a sign last night saying, “Harry, I’m pregnant,” which scared me slightly.

Are you coming out and saying you are not the father?

Daniel: I’m…Well, I’m confident. But, you know, I only saw the sign. I didn’t see who it was. [laughs] But no, I mean yeah, I don’t think…I think we all kind of realize that people…whoever had been cast as Harry would have been receiving that attention. Anybody who would have been cast in this iconic role would have been getting that sort of attention. So you have to realize that it’s not because it’s you, it’s because it’s an iconic role. It’s interesting. I was talking to the director of Twilight not long ago, of the first movie, because she was out on the Potter set. And we had a really interesting conversation. So I was asking how is Rob doing and all that. She was saying that before Robert had even been cast, he went to a reading of the book with Stephanie Myer, and when Stephanie Myer said the name Edward Cullen, the audience went nuts and screaming. And, you know, people were in love with that character. So whoever was going to step into that role was going to have a pretty crazy life for the next few years. I think it’s the same with Harry. It doesn’t really matter, in a way, who it is. If you are filling those shoes, then you are going to get a pretty wild reception.

I mean you were 11 when you started this. When did you have this understanding that, “It’s not really me, it’s Harry Potter. I mean I’m lucky to have this, but…”

Daniel: I think when I was 11, pretty much. I think I’ve always had that sort of realized that. Unless you are incredibly, you know…unless you have some mad ego, you kind of realize very early on that this is all a bit weird and a bit crazy that people are shouting at me. I know me, and I know that I’m not somebody that particularly merits a lot of screaming and shouting. And there’s nothing special about me as opposed to hundreds of thousands of other people everywhere. So the fact that people are screaming and shouting at me must be…you know, the logical conclusion of that is that it must be because it’s such a huge franchise.

When you were doing Equus in New York, didn’t you say you could walk around the streets and nobody would bother you?

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I mean absolutely, to a point. But the other thing I love about New York is that people in New York are kind of much cooler. I remember I got lost at one point in Central Park. I went in one entrance and then came out like three miles somewhere else and just no idea where I was. And I was looking around for someone to ask directions to, and I saw a guy in an ambulance. Not somebody being stretchered on; they were parked up. And I knocked on the window, because I figured if anyone is going to know the city…And I said, “Excuse me, do you know how to get back to West 69th or something?” And this guy just said, “Oh, you’re doing Equus here, aren’t you?” And I said, “Yeah! That’s really cool that you know that.” Like, you know, I don’t know. Everyone’s so aware of the actors and stuff in New York that everyone’s just really, really kind of cool about it and laid back. So I think everywhere else in the world you get reactions. But New York people are pretty kind of chilled about the whole thing.

Kate Winslet talked about going tracking in the middle of nowhere and just bursting into tears when someone went Titanic at the top of some beautiful mountain. Have you ever had those moments when you kind of wanted to shy away from it a bit?

Daniel: I mean, you know, if you’re on a date and somebody comes up and says, “Oh, I loved you in Harry Potter,” it’s a bit weird, because you suddenly start thinking, “Oh, God. Is this weird for the other person I’m here with, or is this weird for my family?” But generally speaking, I don’t really think because I was thrown into it so young and kind of always had that, it’s just something you get used to. And most of the time…It was interesting. Me and Rupert were at Redding one year, and we were getting lots of people coming up to us and being really, really nice. And then I saw like 10 rows in front of us, there was a person from a reality TV show, who was not particularly well liked by the British public, who was getting a lot of grief from people around them. And that’s the difference from being in a really kind of universally…I won’t say universally…but pretty globally beloved franchise. It means you’ve got quite a nice place in the minds of most people, and so most people are very polite, and nice and kind when they come up to you. But yeah, I’m certainly lucky to have got famous through something that was so well liked, generally speaking.

You started as an actor so young. And obviously, we all go through our teenage years; we sort of realize what we actually want to do. And it seems like you really want to still be an actor. Do you remember having a moment when you were on one of the sets or taking a break and you were like, “Actually, I don’t want to do this for the rest of my life.”

Daniel: Yeah, it was on the third film, probably. I think a combination of working with Gary Oldman and also the direction I was given from Alfonso Cuaron that just sort of gave me more confidence or a greater insight into what it was to be an actor. Those moments were…it was definitely around that time, working with Gary. And also, the confidence that Gary gave me, because he was really supportive and really great to work with. I thought, “I want to work with more people like you. I don’t want to walk away from this. I don’t want this suddenly to end and suddenly for me not to be in this industry.” The other thing is that I absolutely love… And this is not something I had then so much, but now particularly, I love being on film sets. There’s an incredible comfort level that I have on film sets because it’s where I’ve grown up. There’s very few…I know where I am on a film set. I know what to do. I know what everybody’s doing. There is nothing that will happen on a film set that I won’t have experienced in some form before. So there are very few situations that arise that I do not know how to react to. And that level of comfort is quite confidence inspiring, so that it makes you want to stay around longer, I suppose.

Does it scare you to possibly go make a $100,000 indie movie in the middle of the desert somewhere where you won’t have those feature comforts?

Daniel: Not at all. It’s interesting. I think that people assume that the Potter set was all very glamorous and we were all kind of in the lap of luxury all the time. But, you know, on the film I’m on at the moment, The Woman in Black, which is not, I mean, a fraction of the budget that Potter has. My toilet is bigger! So it really doesn’t scare me at all to go on stuff like that. In fact, I can’t wait to do stuff like that. You know, the film I’m on at the moment, as I said, the budget is not massive. I mean it’s decent for a British indie movie. But it’s not…you know, there are sequences in Potter that cost more than the entire film. I say that without any hint of irony. [laughs] So no, it’s not something that scares me particularly. I’m quite looking forward to it.

I’m just curious. You’ve done an awful lot of press on this. You’ve done set visit press. You’ve talked to everybody for so much. What is the one thing, or maybe there’s something you haven’t talked about that you’re like, “Man, when is someone going to ask me about that?”

Daniel: I think we’ve pretty much covered it all!

But I’m being totally serious about this. People have asked about every intimate detail.

Daniel: The one thing that doesn’t come up very often is I think people often come into interview, particularly with certain particular media outlets, that want a slightly negative spin on it. Or even if it’s not that they want a negative spin, they have an idea that Potter will have been like shackles today and kind of that I won’t have been… Very few people ask about, “Wow, isn’t this an amazing opportunity for a young actor?” Very few people say, you know…There are very few young actors that can get a chance at the age, you know, like when I was 17—very few 17 year olds get a chance to play Alan Strang in Equus on the West End. That doesn’t happen unless you’ve got something behind you which is kind of quite a big deal. So Potter for me is something that’s been giving me these amazing opportunities to start a career and learn while I’m doing, which is the best way to learn. I suppose people very rarely ask me about that.

Question: Are you going back to the stage soon?

Daniel: Yes, next year.

Question: Yes? Are you in rehearsals for…

Daniel: No, not yet. No, we’re filming The Woman in Black at the moment. But I start rehearsals in January. I’ve been doing singing lesson for upwards of three years.

Question: Yeah, that’s a big singing part.

Daniel: It is a big…The thing is, it is a big singing part, but it’s not when you compare it to somebody playing Frankie Valle in Jersey Boys, you sing 29 songs in that part. I think I’ve got nine songs in the whole show? And I think only two of them are me on my own. So it is a big sing, but the highest note is like a G or something, which is sort of relatively comfortable for me. So it’s sort of not too intimidating. If I had to sing “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” every night, then I’d be a lot more worried, because then you’ve just got thousands of G Sharps, and that would just be a nightmare. But yeah, it’s the dancing more than singing that’s totally out of the comfort zone. But it’s good. I’ve been doing lessons now for like two years. And you know, I’m not a born natural dancer, but I certainly think it will be a testament to putting in the hours… If I’ve got a free week, I’ll do about nine hours of dance a week if I’m not filming. So I’m putting the hours in. So if I screw up, it won’t be through lack of trying.

Want to give us a preview of “I Believe in You”?

Daniel: No. I’m going to make you pay for that!

Hypothetically speaking, if you were to borrowed stuff from the set to take home, what would you have maybe borrowed? This is all hypothetical.

Daniel: Yeah, of course. One thing I did take I did ask for. I would have stolen it had they not given it to me. But I did ask for it and they complied, was the glasses. I’ve got two sets of the glasses. One from the first movie, which are tiny now, and one from the last movie. And there both the lens-less pairs, because that’s the ones we used more often, so they’re the ones I associated more with Harry. Yeah, those would be my souvenirs.

My daughter was an extra on the last film and cannot get over how friendly you were with the extras and how present you were on set the whole time.

Daniel: Cool. Great.

So how do you keep up that level of patience and attentiveness?

Daniel: Well, I think as an actor, and particularly if you are playing the lead in something, you have to view yourself as the head of department for the cast. All of the other departments are accountable and have somebody at the helm who is leading them all the time, and I don’t think that the actors should be any different. And the thing is, you know, it’s amazing how…if I was walking onto set every day with a kind of dull, unhappy attitude, how quickly that would filter through to everybody else on the crew. And when you’re filming a film for nine months, you can’t afford to let morale really slip. So I think you have to sort of be a bit of a cheerleader as well as lead actor. And when you’re on there and there’s a lot of crowd scenes, I think it helps everybody raise the standards a bit of what they’re doing is they think that the actors are as involved with them as they are with the scene. And I think it all just helps to…I think it’s all very important to the creation of a happy set.

You’ve lived basically over here filming on location quite a bit. Would you like to carry on getting projects that will keep you in the UK, or would you like to move out to Hollywood?

Daniel: I don’t think I would like to move out permanently. You know, I will go wherever the scripts take me, basically. I have to say I love working in England, because it means I get to go home most nights. And it creates less, sort of, discord with your friends and things because you get to see them a lot as well. But if there was a script which meant I was filming in America for six months, then that’s what I would do if the script was good enough. And I also think it would be a bit of an adjustment working in America, because in England there’s a huge amount of involvement between the cast and the crew. And by all accounts, I’ve heard that that’s not always the case in America, in that there’s a slight hierarchy of the film industry, which is ridiculous, but it does exist in England, but it’s very easy to break down in England. You know, just by hanging out and making it obvious that you don’t care about the sort of nonsensical hierarchy structures of the industry. But in America, I’ve certainly heard stories about there’s more of a divider. I think I would find that very hard. But I think I’d still, even if I was over there, I wouldn’t really pay much attention to that, just because I find it ridiculous. The idea the actors are the most important people on a film set I think is very stupid. Actors are the most replaceable people there. There are literally millions of us. There’s very few people that can operate a steady-cam. The numbers are a lot, lot fewer for that, you know? [laughs]

Could you talk a little bit about with part two coming next summer, what are you looking forward to for fans? What do you think fans are going to take away the differences between part one and part two?
Daniel: It’s interesting, because over the course of the interviews, lots of people have been coming up to me and saying, “Oh, part one is a real action movie, isn’t it? There’s so much action in it.” I was thinking, “Jesus, you’ve…no! This is like the sedate younger brother to the last part.” In the last part you will be flung headfirst 200 miles an hour into a firestorm. I mean it’s…the level of action is insanity. It’s nonstop. I’ve been categorizing these two films as first it’s a rogue movie that turns into a heist movie that turns into a war film. And the heist part being when we break into Gringotts and all of that stuff. But then right in the end, the battles in Hogwarts is just incredible, and it really is epic. And I think people are going to be left slightly breathless by it.

The other thing is…obviously, minor spoiler for people who haven’t read the book, there’s an epilogue that a few set pictures leaked of a certain thing towards the end. Could you sort of talk about, though, filming that and what it meant to you?

Daniel: Probably pointless, because we’re reshooting it!

What’s that again?
Daniel: We’ll be reshooting parts of it, I think. So it might be slightly pointless to talk about it, I don’t know. [laughs] It was an interesting one, because I think we made it very hard on ourselves, because we shot it at King’s Cross, for real. And, you know, this time we’ll be shooting it in Leavesden on a set, because it’s…We made it very hard on ourselves. To have to rush that sequence, and it’s an important sequence, is not something that any of us want to do. So I think next time, when we come back to it and revisit certain moments in it, we’ll be trying to keep it paced slowly…

Oh, you’re talking about reshoots or something?

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

I was asking about the real actual shooting. So you’re doing some reshoots?

Daniel: I think we will be, yeah, because I think we just pushed ourselves too far too quickly to get that all done at King’s Cross when the time constraints are so massive. Because it’s a train station; people actually need to use that platform. So we made it very hard on ourselves. So I think we’re going to revisit it and have a slightly slower, more measured pace next time.

Will the same actors come back then?
Daniel: I think so, yes. As far as I know, absolutely.

All right. Cool. Thanks man.
Daniel: Brilliant. Thanks very much.

One last question about the horror film?
Daniel: Pardon me?

The hammer film…
Daniel: Oh, It was the best script I’ve read. It was an incredible script, and James Watkins directing it, who I think is one of the most exciting, young filmmakers. I think he’s the kind of heir apparent to the Chris Nolan’s of this world in terms of British big movie ambition.

source: collider.com

Updated: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews

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Updated: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 press junket interviews
Press junket interviews for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.

Update: 18th November 2010. BBC Radio 1 - Edith Bowman.


Capital FM Breakfast

E! Online interview (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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E! Online interview (Deathly Hallows part 1)
Daniel Radcliffe is interviewed by E! Online about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 including, yet again, the Harry-Hermione kissing scene but also The Woman in Black.

TMI's hacker at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere, London

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TMI's hacker at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere, London
Hacker at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere in London

World premiere NY Deathly Hallows - Livestream info

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World premiere NY Deathly Hallows - Livestream info
Today is the New York premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1, and you can, just like the London premiere watch the livestream at 11 pm. Livestream via AP or via E! online: uk.eonline.com

Deathly Hallows special on RTL (Germany) videos and photos

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Deathly Hallows special on RTL (Germany) videos and photos

One Day in the Life of Daniel Radcliffe is almost sold out

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One Day in the Life of Daniel Radcliffe is almost sold out
The book from Tim Hailand. One Day in the Life of Daniel Radcliffe, is almost sold out. If you were planning on buying a copy, then I would do it a.s.a.p. Visit onedayinthelifeof.org. Thanks to Tim Hailand for the heads up. Remember also that a portion of all book sales will be donated to Broadway Cares/Equity fights AIDS (BC/EFA).

50 Minutes Inside (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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50 Minutes Inside (Deathly Hallows part 1)
TF1's 50 Minutes Inside on the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 set, with Daniel, Emma and Rupert speaking a bit French. Thanks to Radcliffe Online via Twitter. You find the video in three parts here: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 via rupert-grint.us. Interviews are dubbed.

Entertainment Tonight

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Entertainment Tonight
Daniel is interviewed (with Rupert and Emma) by Entertainment Tonight (ET Online) in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.

One Direction, Wagner & Paije Richardson (X Factor) at Harry Potter Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere, London

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One Direction, Wagner & Paije Richardson (X Factor) at Harry Potter Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere, London
The contestants from live show 6 from X Factor have been visiting the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere in London. (which was on 11th November, X Factor aired on 13th November)

One Direction


Wagner


Paije Richardson

VT4's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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VT4's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 1)

Daniel Radcliffe on The Graham Norton Show

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Daniel Radcliffe on The Graham Norton Show
Daniel Radcliffe promoting Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 on The Graham Norton Show. A clip of him singing The Elements song is below, full video here.

Press conference audio: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1

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Press conference audio: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1
Rupert-Grint.us, one of this site's affiliates, has uploaded (28-11-2012) a video from the press conference of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 in London. (13-11-2010)

TV Guide interview (Deathly Hallows part 1)

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TV Guide interview (Deathly Hallows part 1)
TV Guide's exclusive look behind the scenes. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 premiere special.



AP photoshoot

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AP photoshoot
AP (Associated Press) photoshoot in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1.

Scans: magazine Girlz! (NL) & Popcorn magazine (DE)

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Scans: magazine Girlz! (NL) & Popcorn magazine (DE)
Please credit Daniel J Radcliffe Holland if you use the scans.

BBC News: The Woman in Black filming Marsh scenes

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BBC News: The Woman in Black filming Marsh scenes
BBC News on the set of The Woman in Black. Click on the photo below to view the video.


source: bbc.co.uk