What scares you the most? Daniel Radcliffe talks about real-life fears..

Daniel did talk with Total Film recently, about his real life fears, which seems to be a great topic now he is ready filming The Woman in Black.
"Cockroaches really freak me out," Radcliffe admitted when TF caught up with him in New York. "We don’t seem to have nearly as many of them in England as we do [in America]!"

His fear of anthropoids worries him on his travels round the world. "All those places [that have insects] are off my list! I do like Australia though - but lying in the thick of it is just the world’s largest collection of poisonous things!"

Dan-Rad also admits to professional terror. Currently performing on Broadway in How to Succeed In Business Without Even Trying, Radcliffe fears the horror of a mid-week empty house. "On a Wednesday matinee I’m thinking 'Oh God I hope there’s more than 500 people out there!'"

"About 800 people is a good audience, anything less and you can hear your voice bouncing back at you. But on those days you learn so much about yourself and your stamina and your mental will so it’s been great for me."
source: totalfilm.com

Daniel Radcliffe: "Don't forget to join the AMC Theatres The Woman in Black contest"

Daniel Radcliffe reminds you to join the The Woman in Black contest by AMC theatres where you can win a trip to the London premiere! + more news.. if you are an AMC Stubs member. see the video below (posted about the contest earlier here, US fans only) Did you join already?..

source:  AMC theatres

ITV's Harry Potter Behind the Magic (Deathly Hallows part 2)

A look behind the scenes in ITV UK's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 Behind the Magic with Ben Shephard.

Daniel Radcliffe & "How to Succeed" at Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

pic credit Lance Ulanoff (Twitter)
For those of you who missed it.. Daniel Radcliffe and the cast of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying performed at Macy's Thanksgiving parade today which started at 9am EST when they performed "Brotherhood of Man"

Update: 16th December 2013. A photo from Daniel and Carolee Carmello (Sister Act)

[2011] Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Geplaatst door DanielJRadcliffe.tk op maandag 16 december 2013

Daniel Radcliffe during Fall JEA Journalistic convention press conference

Below you find footage from the Fall JEA/NSPA High School Journalism convention on 19th November at Minneapolis Convention Center via satellite in which Daniel promoted The Woman in Black. Videos did show up online recently and can be viewed below.

Dan & "How to Succeed" cast rehearse for Thanksgiving Day Parade

Tuesday, Daniel Radcliffe and the cast of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying were rehearsing 'Brotherhood of Man' for Thursday's Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade at Herald's Square in Manhattan, which will begin at 9am EST.

MTV: Actor we're most thankful for in 2011: Daniel Radcliffe!

MTV News posted today that Daniel Radcliffe is the Actor we're most thankful for in 2011 and I think we all agree on that! See the interview & videos with MTV (Dan during The Woman in Black promotion) below.

: This is your first full year working outside "Harry Potter." How has it been?
Daniel Radcliffe: It's been a great first year away from "Potter." It's been very successful. I've done some work I'm really proud of in that time, particularly onstage in "How to Succeed." Just the process of doing it and doing it and doing it, I've got so much better, I think, during the run, as is the way it should be. It's been a great year, but I think next year is the big one for me. "The Woman in Black" is coming out, and I've also got a couple other things I'll be doing. The next two or three years are going to be pretty important, I think, and if [2011] is not a breakout year, it's a breakaway year.

MTV : What was the highlight for you this year?
Radcliffe: [Performing at] the Tony Awards, definitely. We were the first show to perform, and there is just that weird moment when you're all standing there. I haven't been that nervous in a long time. I don't think I was as nervous on our opening night as I was at the Tonys. I was really, really nervous. Suddenly that huge LED screen goes up, and you're all revealed like prizes on a game show, and Al Pacino is in the front row, sitting next to Bobby Cannavale, sitting next to Mark Rylance, all these brilliant actors, and you have to do your number. That's probably a surreal, weird triumphant moment of that year, performing on the Tonys. That's pretty cool. That's something I will be able to tell my grandchildren that I did.

MTV : What have you learned about yourself and your work abilities?
Radcliffe: I think the most vital thing I've learned — and this is a thing I have to adapt and be able to find throughout my career, be it onstage or film in comedy or drama — is that the more I try and suppress my own natural oddness, the less successful I am. I have a slightly staccato way of moving and talking ... the realization hit me that I'm working so hard to try and be something else, and actually, I just have to learn to be my most natural self onstage or onscreen, however that comes across. That is one of the biggest lessons there is: Don't shy away from your own weirdness. Own your oddness.

MTV : Would you consider taking a role in a movie musical?
Radcliffe: Yeah, definitely. My hesitation about doing this one ["How to Succeed"] is that I've played parts for a long time, and I'll have spent a long time with this, and I want my career to be about getting as many different characters under my belt as I possibly can. But yeah, I would love to, provided it was the right one, because they can go wrong. They can go spectacularly wrong, so we'll see.

MTV : Looking back at "Potter" and going through the huge promotional push surrounding the final film, was any of that surprising in any way even though you'd been through it so many times before?
Radcliffe: It's always what it is. I have a slight tendency when you're doing these insane press days where you do a few interviews then the red carpet and it's just mad, I have a slight tendency to shut down and go on autopilot just to get through it and not feel completely weirded out by the whole thing. What was strange to me was, in a way I felt slightly bad because I wasn't getting upset like everyone else was. I've seen Rupert Grint cry once, on the last day of filming, when I was also in bits, but I've never seen Rupert get emotional like he did at the premiere ... I cannot go on enough about how much I loved my time on "Potter." It was the most amazing, happy time, but all good things must come to an end. We couldn't have gone on forever. As much as people wanted us to, it would have been terrible. I'm glad to have done it and gone out on such a high note and now be moving on as we all are.

MTV : Do you hope you'll continue to have a relationship with J.K. Rowling?
Radcliffe: I hope so, yeah, I really hope so. For somebody that was indirectly and directly such a huge influence on my life, I really hope so. I don't know if she's going to write anything else about Harry, but maybe I could direct something in years to come or something; we know each other.

MTV : Looking ahead 10 years, what do you hope to be doing, best and worst case scenario?
Radcliffe: My worst nightmare is that in 10 years, I will be not working and not doing anything. Even if in five years time I decide to leave the film industry and go off and become an archaeologist, even if I'm doing that, that's great, fine. Best-case scenario is that in 10 years time, I'll have got a good few films under my belt, I don't know how many that would be ... suppose we did eight "Potter" movies in 10 [years]; double that, maybe 16? Who knows. Hopefully I'll do a few films with very different parts, very different directors, and ideally, I would have liked to direct something by then; that's the ambition. I do feel having spent so much time on a film set, I would have a very good idea of how to run a film set, how to lead that set and, I don't know, I love telling stories, so I would like that as a job.

Updated(2): Daniel Radcliffe attended Harry Potter Luncheon

Monday night, Daniel Radcliffe attended a luncheon at New York's 21 Club together with David Heyman, David Yates and co-star Alan Rickman, which was hosted by Warner Bros, to celebrate Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 plus there was a 3D special screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 followed by a panel discussion. A quote from Dan and photos below. Then there is also an audio interview from The Hollywood Reporter.

Update: 29th November 2011. More conversation with Dan during the luncheon from comingsoon.net
Update: 8th April 2019. Photo from Spotlight Productions.

Quote via ew.com
An audience member asked about what the funniest moment on set was, and Radcliffe deadpanned, “What’s the funniest thing that’s happened to me in the past 10 years?” One moment, though, that stood out to him was his “Henry V” speech to Dumbledore’s Army in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. He shared that he would wear shoes with blue covers on them so not to mark up the floor. During one take, while delivering the big rousing speech, Radcliffe looked down and realized he had put his shoes on the wrong feet. “Patton would not have done well if his shoes were on the wrong feet,” he laughed.
When it came time to talk about worst moments on set, Radcliffe was quick to respond “Quidditch,” explaining that riding a broom is much more painful than it looks. In terms of best, he shared, “It’s impossible to pick. This is my life. I see a scene, it’s a moment from my life. I had a blast on these films.”

The best part of the chat for the audience? To the surprise of no one who’s checked out any of his interviews over the years, Radcliffe brought the charming awkwardness that’s endeared him to so many, laughing constantly throughout the chat. He also got genuinely personal: “The day we finished [filming], I cried and cried,” Radcliffe said. “In that moment, when the thing you’ve been doing for 10 years ends; I just thought, ‘What am I going to do now?’ … I had a moment the other day where I was feeling very nostalgic for it.”
picture source: AP/Starpix, Dave Allocca. some via snitchseeker.com

New AMC theatres The Woman in Black trailer

I posted before (and Daniel told you) about this new exclusive AMC theatres The Woman in Black trailer debute.. and for all of you who haven't or couldn't see it, it is released online by AMC theatres today!

US trailer - superstition

The Woman in Black Trivia question from Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel is asking you the following (via the official The Woman in Black Facebook page) about the trailer of The Woman in Black.. If you want to take a look at the trailer again: watch
"How many different kinds of toys are seen in the trailer?"
Submit your answer

source: CBS Films

Side by Side by Susan Backwell: Daniel Radcliffe does the dirty work

Daniel Radcliffe gets easy lessons in household chores from Susan Blackwell in broadway.com's Side by Side by Susan Blackwell. The photos which have been posted by Susan on Twitter much earlier are also below. They were removed because they weren't allowed be released online yet, but now the episode is online.

from broadway.com

via Twitter (posted before)

source: broadway.com

Updated: More promo pictures HP Deathly Hallows part 2

I have posted here before about more production shots of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2. There are now more images released online, which you can view below.

picture source: Warner Bros

Daniel Radcliffe: "next role is likely to be a gay character"

While he did promotion for The Woman in Black with International press this week, he said some very interesting quotes about a possible new role in 2012. TÊTU magazine talked with Dan and he said the following.
"The star of Harry Potter released he was "very likely" to play a gay character in a movie to come out in the course of next year. "But I will say no more," he told TÊTU.

Radcliffe prefers to anticipate the hype around this future role: "Many things will be said about the gay thing, but I prefer to say now that this project is much more than that."

As for the prospect of kissing a boy? "I'm not sure that I would like it," he smiles. "But I guess I'll find out."
I personally think it's intersting because it's something so different again

Daniel visits Alan Rickman's Seminar

There is a photo of Dan visiting co-star Alan Rickman backstage at his Broadway play Seminar on 7th November while he had a day off from How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying.

source: ew.com
picture source: Timothy Eaker

Channel One News: Daniel follows a workshop - The Trevor Project

Channel One News had an interview with Daniel while he was producing a new segment for The Trevor Project in Manhattan, but he also did meet up with the Youth Advisory Council to follow a workshop which was set up by the Trevor Project.

source: channelone.com

Updated: Win a trip to the London premiere of The Woman in Black (AMC Theatres)

AMC Theatres released the following video in which Daniel Radcliffe tells you that AMC will debuting an exclusive new trailer for The Woman in Black in front of Twilight Breaking Dawn + you can win a trip to the London premiere of TWiB [US only]. To enter see the video and click on the picture below.

Update: 18th November. Danradcliffe.co.uk announced that the trailer will be released online Tuesday 22nd November 2011.

The info from CBS/AMC Theatres:

Updated: Daniel Radcliffe attended Make Believe on Broadway Gala

Daniel attended (just as Alan Rickman) the 12th Annual Make Believe on Broadway Gala yesterday benefiting Only Make Believe. He was a special guest at the event which took place at the Shubert Theatre in New York City. Some photos can be viewed below.

Update: 16th November. Added 3 HQ photos

Daniel Radcliffe 2, 2011

picture source: Taylor Hill

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