July 2016 - Daniel J Radcliffe Holland


Swiss Army Man stills

Marion 31 July 2016 0
Swiss Army Man stills
More Swiss Army Man stills have been released. The film will also screen at Germany's Fantasy Film Fest just as Imperium. The Festival's film schedule would be online at the end of July, but that has changed to the beginning of August.

Philippine poster for Now You See Me 2

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Philippine poster for Now You See Me 2
Here's the Philippine poster for Summit Entertainment's Now You See Me 2, released by distributor Pioneer Films. It has the tagline "For thousands of years man has used magic to destroy evil". Now You See Me 2 premiered in the Philippines on 8th June 2016.

Picturehouse and A24 will release Swiss Army Man in the UK

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Picturehouse and A24 will release Swiss Army Man in the UK
US distributor A24 partners up with UK's Picturehouse Entertainment for the UK release of Swiss Army Man. Picturehouse Entertainment director of programming and acquisitions Clare Binns commented:
“Picturehouse and A24 are very like-minded companies and we look forward to the shared expertise and creativity both companies will bring to the UK release of such an original piece of work.”
The release date has been set for 30th September 2016, but further details of the collaboration are being kept under wraps for now.

source: screendaily.com

Movie Tie-In edition of Jungle (UK)

Marion 28 July 2016 0
Movie Tie-In edition of Jungle (UK)

Movie Tie-In edition of Yossi Ghinsberg's book Jungle: A Harrowing True Story of Adventure, Danger and Survival. Released by UK publisher Summersdale Publishers. Publication date is 14th July 2016.

The cover art:

Pages: 320 pages.
ISBN: 9781849538824

I heard the rustle again, too close and too real to ignore.  I clutched the flashlight, stuck my head out of the mosquito net… and found myself face-to-face with a jaguar.

Four travelers meet in Bolivia and set off into the heart of the Amazon rainforest to find a hidden tribe and explore places tourists only dream of seeing.  But what begins as the adventure of a lifetime quickly deteriorates into a dangerous nightmare.

After weeks of wandering in the dense undergrowth the group splits up after disagreements, and Yossi and his friend try to find their own way back without a guide. When a terrible rafting accident separates him from his partner, Yossi is forced to survive for weeks alone against one of the wildest backdrops on the planet. Stranded without a knife, map, or survival training, he must improvise shelter and forage for wild fruit to survive. As his feet begin to rot during raging storms, as he loses all sense of direction, and as he begins to lose all hope, he wonders whether he will make it out of the jungle alive.

The basis of an upcoming motion picture starring Daniel Radcliffe, “Jungle” is the incredible story of friendship and the teachings of nature, survival and human fortitude and a terrifying true account that you won’t be able to put down.

source: summersdale.com

HLN interview met Daniel Radcliffe

Marion 25 July 2016 0
HLN interview met Daniel Radcliffe
Het Laatste Nieuws (HLN) uit België heeft het interview met Daniel van Kristien Morato gepubliceerd (met een foto van de Now You See Me 2 persconferentie in New York). Interview link was al gedeeld op Facebook, maar heb het ook nog maar hier toegevoegd. Now You See Me 2 draait vanaf 27 juli in de Belgische bioscoopzalen.

Happy Birthday Daniel Radcliffe! (27!)

Marion 23 July 2016 2
Happy Birthday Daniel Radcliffe! (27!)
Another year has gone so fast, it's 23rd July today, Daniel turned 27. Happy Birthday Daniel!. He has a busy day with two performances of Privacy in New York. Maybe one of you is going to see the play today?

Feel free to wish him a Happy Birthday via Daniel J Radcliffe Holland's Twitter and Facebook (I prefer a comment here on Facebook so I can keep track of them) or a comment below this post (even while we all know he won't read it). I hope he will have a great day.

Then something else regarding Twitter: If you mention @DanJRadcliffeNL with 'Happy Birthday' on Twitter it will show up in the list below. I also will be retweeting throughout the day. I am pretty sure there will be many just like last year ;)

Daniel Radcliffe on EXA FM's Wake Up

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Daniel Radcliffe on EXA FM's Wake Up
Mexico's EXA FM had an exclusive interview with Daniel in their morning program called Wake Up, con Roger González yesterday in promotion of Now You See Me 2 (Los Ilusionistas 2).

You can listen below and/or download the podcast via iTunes now (click on 'Cine - Con Oscar Uriel'). The interview is dubbed in Spanish.

source: exafm.com

Bonnie Wright visits Daniel Radcliffe at Privacy

Marion 22 July 2016 0
Bonnie Wright visits Daniel Radcliffe at Privacy
Bonnie Wright went to see Daniel's Off-Broadway play Privacy. She shared the following photo on Instagram today which features her, Daniel and Harry Potter director Chris Columbus (so I assume he saw the play too).

Reunion! Congrats Dan on another stellar performance 👏🏻 Google is terrifying and I'm now scared to use my phone. Can say no more. Go see Privacy!
Follow Bonnie on Instagram: @thisisbwright

Now You See Me 2 DVD & Blu-ray US release date

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Now You See Me 2 DVD & Blu-ray US release date
Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment has released a press release regarding the release of Now You See Me 2 on DVD and Blu-ray in the US.

It will be available on Digital HD 23rd August and on 4K Ultra HDTM Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD 6th September. Target  has an exclusive 3-disc set.

Press release:

The Four Horsemen are back for a second act to pull off their most
impossible heist yet as they try to clear their names in Now You See
Me 2, arriving on Digital HD August 23 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack
(plus Blu-ray and Digital HD), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital
HD) and DVD (plus Digital) September 6 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment label.

The star-studded follow-up to the multimillion-dollar box-office hit
features Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network), Mark Ruffalo (The
Avengers), Woody Harrelson (The Hunger Games franchise), Dave
Franco (Nerve), Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter franchise), Lizzy Caplan
(Cloverfield), Jay Chou (The Green Hornet), Sanaa Lathan
(Repentance) with Michael Caine (The Dark Knight) and Morgan
Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption).

The Four Horsemen (Eisenberg, Harrelson, Franco, Caplan) return for a
second mind-bending adventure, elevating the limits of stage illusion to
new heights and taking them around the globe. One year after
outwitting the FBI and winning the public’s adulation with their Robin
Hood-style magic spectacles, the illusionists resurface for a comeback
performance in hopes of exposing the unethical practices of a tech
magnate. The man behind their vanishing act is none other than Walter
Mabry (Radcliffe), a tech prodigy who threatens the Horsemen into
pulling off their most impossible heist yet.

Their only hope is to perform one last unprecedented stunt to clear
their names and reveal the mastermind behind it all.
The Now You See Me 2 Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital HD release will
include audio commentary by the director and three behind-the-scenes
featurettes looking at the creation of the magic in the film, and
discussions with the cast and crew about their work in developing and
mastering the magic tricks seen in the film.

The Blu-ray Disc of Now You See Me 2 will feature a Dolby Atmos® soundtrack remixed specifically for the home theater environment to place and move audio anywhere in the room, including overhead.

The Now You See Me 2 DVD will include audio commentary with the
director and one behind-the-scenes featurette. Now You See Me 2 will
be available on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Bluray and DVD for $42.99,
$39.99 and $29.95, respectively. Lionsgate will also be launching a Now
You See Me hidden object game in partnership with SideKick VR, which
will be available on mobile devices including mobile VR headsets from
Samsung, Google and others.

- Audio Commentary by Director Jon M. Chu
- Featurette: “The Art of the Ensemble”
- Featurette: “You Can’t Look Away”
- Featurette: “Bringing Magic to Life”

- Audio Commentary by Director Jon Chu
- Featurette: “You Can’t Look Away”

*Subject to change

Year of Production: 2016
Title Copyright: Now You See Me 2 © 2016, Artwork & Supplementary Materials ™ & © 2016 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Type: Theatrical Release
Rating: PG-13 for Violence and Some Language
Genre: Action, Thriller, Suspense
Closed-Captioned: NA
Subtitles: English, Spanish and English SDH
Feature Run Time: 129 Minutes
4K Blu-ray Format: 2160P Ultra High Definition 16x9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
Blu-ray Format: 1080p High Definition 16x9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
DVD Format: 16x9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
4K Blu-ray Audio: English Dolby Atmos, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, English 2.0 Dolby Digital Audio Optimized for Late-Night Listening
Blu-ray Audio: English Dolby Atmos, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio, English 2.0 Dolby Digital Audio Optimized for Late Night-Listening, English Descriptive Audio
DVD Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio, English Descriptive Audio.

Privacy opening night

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Privacy opening night
Daniel attended the opening (press) night of Privacy at the Public Theater in New York yesterday. Photos are below. More can be seen via broadway.com, and broadwayworld.com.

Daniel Radcliffe presents at the 2016 Deadspin Awards

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Daniel Radcliffe presents at the 2016 Deadspin Awards
The 2016 Deadspin Awards took place yesterday and Daniel was presenting the nominees and winners of the Worst Tweet and The Most Il Advice Athlete Tweet Award via video (recorded during the press junket for Swiss Army Man).

This video is also shared on Facebook.

source: deadspin.com

Privacy production photos

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Privacy production photos
The Public Theater has released the first production photos (with Edward Snowden via video) for Privacy via Facebook. I have added a few more which were released via broadwayworld.com. The play is currently in previews. The press opening will be on Monday 18th July.

A capella version of "Montage" from Swiss Army Man

Marion 12 July 2016 0
A capella version of "Montage" from Swiss Army Man
There is now an a cappella version of Swiss Army Man's "Montage". Singers from across the US sent in videos for the compilation. It has an introduction by Daniel and Paul Dano.

The video is also shared via Daniel's official Google+ page:
Here's your a capella montage of MONTAGE. Enjoy! #pauldano #swissarmyman   #Manchesterorchestra  
"All We Ever Needed Was an A Capella Montage of 'Montage":

The Washington Post: Swiss Army Man poster reimagined by Joe Wilson

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The Washington Post: Swiss Army Man poster reimagined by Joe Wilson
Because they miss the days when there were Saul Bass film posters, The Washington Post asked eight illustrators to reimagine some of this summer’s biggest films, including Swiss Army Man which is illustrated by Joe Wilson. Looks awesome!

Google+: Behind the scenes of Swiss Army Man

Marion 8 July 2016 0
Google+: Behind the scenes of Swiss Army Man
A new video has been uploaded today on Daniel's official Google+ page: A look behind the scenes of Swiss Army Man.

I was so close to the waves here on a pretty blustery day that the usual method we employed of Daniel Scheinert blowing raspberries off camera while I tried to synchronize my spasming to the sounds he would make proved ineffective. This video (which is very poor quality, sorry about that!) shows the solution we arrived at: Daniel Scheinert - Fart Conductor. I could just see his arms out of the corner of my eye and I did my best to match him. I particularly enjoy his flourish at the end when he cuts the take. -Dan #SwissArmyMan #DanielScheinert  
The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via this site's Google+ page.

Daniel Radcliffe has good memories of making the Harry Potter films

Marion 8 July 2016 0
Daniel Radcliffe has good memories of making the Harry Potter films
It has been five years since we last saw Daniel as Harry Potter. But ofcourse he still has good memories of making the films. Audio below via Hollywood Outbreak on Soundcloud:

'Daniel Radcliffe's days as Harry were a potterrific experienc'

Daniel can currently be seen in Now You See Me 2, in cinemas now.

Update: Victor Frankenstein nu te zien op Digital HD, (nog) niet op DVD & Blu-ray

Marion 6 July 2016 0
Update: Victor Frankenstein nu te zien op Digital HD, (nog) niet op DVD & Blu-ray
Victor Frankenstein is nu te zien op Digital HD, te downloaden via iTunes.

Updated: Imperium US trailer

Marion 5 July 2016 0
Updated: Imperium US trailer
The US trailer for Imperium has been released by Lionsgate Premiere.

10th July 2016. For some reason the video was set to private and Lionsgate uploaded another one, so I replaced the one below.


Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe), a young, idealistic FBI agent, goes undercover to take down a radical right-wing terrorist group. The bright up-and-coming analyst must confront the challenge of sticking to a new identity while maintaining his real principles as he navigates the dangerous underworld of white supremacy.

On set of Now You See Me 2 in Macau

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On set of Now You See Me 2 in Macau
The following Now You See Me 2 on set photos have been posted online by The Venetian Macau hotel in Macau, China.

Azcentral Q&A

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Azcentral Q&A
Q&A with Daniel in promotion of Swiss Army Man.

Question: If nothing else, you can say this is the kind of movie we’ve never seen before.
Answer: Isn’t that right? That was my reaction when I read it. Everyone’s been asking me, "When you read the script, didn’t you think it was like the craziest thing ever?" And I was like, "No, I didn’t." I was just unbelievably grateful to be reading something that was genuinely original. …Unique voices genuinely do stand out. That was one of the things I was most excited about.

Q: It’s also nice that you guys go all the way, no half measures, with the concept.
A: Yeah, exactly. “Oh, it’s all a dream.” No, no. This stuff is happening. That was always my favorite. People say, “So, how much of the movie is real, and what’s your theory on what Manny represents?” I’m just like, "He’s not a representation. It’s really happening." That’s my take on it. It’s magical realism, and it’s a movie, so we can have a dead guy who’s talking.

Q: Did you have any hesitation about the script?
A: It wasn’t like a tough sell at all. I read the script and I was like, I get how this movie’s going to be funny, and I get how it’s going to be moving, as well. What I didn’t quite get was... how (expletive) epic this movie looked. … Sometimes it’s nice to not know how something’s going to work out and take a chance. It could be terrible or amazing, but I think we’re going to have a lot of fun finding out. That’s my attitude.

Q: Despite Manny’s weirdness, the film is reliant on the performances.
A: There’s the germ of an idea in that script that is so brilliant. … On the one hand, it’s so stupid and so perverse and just ludicrous. And on the other hand, it’s meaningful and sweet and very earnest. So yeah, the idea that a film could exist that has all those seemingly contradictory things is valid.

Q: The audience has to be invested in the two guys, or it just doesn’t work.
A: You’re absolutely right. You’ve got to care about the characters, ultimately. The character of Manny was a very easy one for me to carry about. There’s a natural sweetness to Manny. The idea of this dead guy who’s come back to life and is just so excited to be getting a little bit more time to be alive again, to learn about the world. He’s so sweet and so weird. And you go, “Where and ever am I going to be offered the chance to play the world’s most cheerful dead guy ever again?” You go, “Never.” I feel like at that point, if you get offered something that you may never get offered to do again for the rest of your life, you should probably take it with both hands.

Q: Actors always want to play dying scenes. You get to play someone who’s already dead.
A: Yeah. Not only do I get to play somebody who’s already dead, but is also not a zombie. I liked to discover, what does that mean? What does it mean to be already dead but to still be talking? How would that work itself out? And honestly, working out some of those themes was one of the big challenges of the film. But you stick very close to the directors and realize the Daniels knew exactly what they wanted. You have to rely on them and trust them and trust that they won’t let you go wrong.

Q: Your voice is strange in the film, and your face is bizarre.
A: I got lucky in that I can do this weird thing with my eye, where I lower the top lid of one eye, but just the top lid. I thought everyone could sort of do that. And then I showed it to the directors. Basically, the way I prepared for this film was me making faces in the mirror and practicing various degrees of the voice and then shooting little videos, and I’d send it to the Daniels and they’d write back and say, “That’s cool, try this.” That kind of stuff. I sent them the one with me practicing my weird eye. And they were like, “Do that! That’s good.” You never know. Like the weird facial stuff, I think it’s something I used to do when I was pulling faces in the mirror when I was a kid. You never know when it’ll come in handy.

Q: It was definitely creepy.
A: Oh, good.

Q: Some of the physical stuff makes it look like you could have used an on-set chiropractor.
A: Yeah, you’d think so. But, touch wood, I’m quite durable at the moment. You can bend me and stretch me and throw me around, and at the moment, I still tend to bounce back up. But I took kind of a perverse pleasure in making things look super painful. Like if someone came up to me at the end of the day and said, “Hey, are you OK?” that would make my day. I love the physical aspects of it, and the more I was able to do it myself, the better. I’m proud, actually, of how little we used the dummy in the making of this film. I don’t know how to explain it. I don’t really think about it. I just sort of do it and worry about it later.

Q: Your character’s relationship with Dano’s has to evolve, because Manny is like a newborn.
A: Totally. He just wakes up and he’s a complete blank slate and wants to learn as much about the world as he possibly can, and annoying Paul, like, peppering him with questions. But I feel like Paul and my relationship developed very quickly because we sort of knew it had to. We knew we would be getting physically very intimate, which happened very early on in the film. I feel like from day one of the filming, he was running my teeth down his face to shave, and on day two, he was rubbing his spit on my face to show my character what sweating was like. We were like, we’re going to have to get real comfortable with each other.

Q: Neither of you overplay your roles.
A: Yeah, I feel you have to feel grounded in reality. Otherwise, you’d be like, what the (expletive) is going on?

Q: There’s still some of that.
A: Oh yeah, there’s plenty of that. But yeah.

Q: So I feel like they’d take my movie-critic card away if I didn’t ask a “Harry Potter” question.
A: Go for it.

Q: The thing is, I don’t really have one. Are you sick of being asked about it?
A: I’m really not. Everyone expects me to be. People come up to me and say, “I’m a really big fan of ‘Harry Potter’ ” and they say it as if I’m going to leap down their throat and say, “Never talk to me about that.” But I’m immensely proud of those films, and they were — they are — a huge part of my life. So I’m definitely not at the place yet where I don’t appreciate people’s enthusiasm for those films. I haven’t lost sight of how lucky I was to be a part of that. It’s not something that I am tired of, particularly because I’ve been able to do other cool work that I’m really proud of, really pleased with. … Nobody would know who the (expletive) I was if it wasn’t for “Harry Potter.” I never want to be one of those people who (expletive) on the thing that made them.

source: azcentral.com

Chinese stills in promotion of Now You See Me 2

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Chinese stills in promotion of Now You See Me 2
A group of stills have been released in promotion of Now You See Me 2 (惊天魔盗团2) in China. In this scene the Four Horsemen are under hypnosis as Walter Mabry is kidnapping them and he is taking awkward photo evidence to show to them later. Personally I have to say I loved this scene, very funny.

Google+: International release dates for Swiss Army Man

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Google+: International release dates for Swiss Army Man
Great news regarding Swiss Army Man: The International release dates are coming in via Daniel's official Google+ page, more to follow so I'll update this post when the list is longer.
The International release dates for SWISS ARMY MAN are coming in below. Much more to follow...

CANADA - July 1
RUSSIA - July 1
MIDDLE EAST - August 11
The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via this site's Google+ page

Imperium stills

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Imperium stills

The Daily Telegraph interview (UK)

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The Daily Telegraph interview (UK)
A new interview from The Daily Telegraph (Telegraph magazine) and features a few new photos too. He talks about Now You See Me 2, Swiss Army Man and more while he was preparing for his role in Jungle.