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Updated: Film Review Online soundbite

27 February 2019 0
Updated: Film Review Online soundbite
Film Review Online has uploaded the following Miracle Workers soundbite. Does Daniel think that the series might offend people who believe in God?

Listen to find out.

Update: 1st March 2019. Read the full interview at filmreviewonline.com.

Updated: Philstar interview

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Updated: Philstar interview
Philstar, website from the Philippines, had an interview with Daniel by phone in promotion of Miracle Workers (thanks Cate Gardner for the heads up). Listen to the audio clips from the The Philippine Star below. 

Update: 6th March 2019. The Philippine Star shared new articles with me on Twitter by mentioning @DanJRadcliffeNL (on turning 30, Harry Potter to executive producer, happier since Harry Potter) plus I noticed that there is one more video (message for Filipino fans) which I have added below.

Daniel Radcliffe on Miracle Workers

Daniel Radcliffe on turning 30

Daniel Radcliffe on relationship

Daniel Radcliffe on Harry Potter

Daniel Radcliffe has a message for Filipino fans

source: philstar.com

Daniel Radcliffe on ABC Radio Triple J's Drive

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Daniel Radcliffe on ABC Radio Triple J's Drive
Veronica and Lewis from ABC Radio Australia's Triple J interviewed Daniel in promotion of Miracle Workers in their program called Drive (with thanks to Cate Gardner for the heads up)



source: abc.net.au/triplej/

Annecy Animation International Film Festival kicks off with the world premiere of Playmobil: The Movie

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Annecy Animation International Film Festival kicks off with the world premiere of Playmobil: The Movie
It's announced today that the Annecy Animation International Film Festival will kick off with the world premiere of Playmobil: The Movie on 10th June.

The film will be released in France on 7th August 2019 as Playmobil, le Film, distribution by
Pathé.

From the press release:

Playmobil: The Movie, was presented at the Work in Progress during the 2018 Festival. Directed by Lino DiSalvo, who worked almost 17 years at Disney, known especially for his role as Head of Animation for the Oscar winning feature length film: Frozen. Playmobil tells the story of Marla, who goes in search of her little brother Charlie when he disappears into the Playmobil® universe.

The film is produced by the studio ON Animation Studios (Montréal), part of the ON Kids & Family group, based in Paris and managed by Aton Soumache, who is recognised for producing the feature film The Little Prince.

Promotional photo:

Updated: Daniel Radcliffe on Last Call with Carson Daly

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Updated: Daniel Radcliffe on Last Call with Carson Daly
Daniel promoted Miracle Workers on yesterday's episode of Last Call with Carson Daly. You can watch the show's Spotlight clip below. The full episode, recorded at the Adults Only Bar in Los Angeles earlier this month, is available at nbc.com.

Miracle Workers: Heaven’s Dress Code

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Miracle Workers: Heaven’s Dress Code
A new video released by TBS. Miracle Workers: Heaven's Dress Code.

The A.V. Club interviews Daniel Radcliffe and Simon Rich at the TCA Winter press tour

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The A.V. Club interviews Daniel Radcliffe and Simon Rich at the TCA Winter press tour
The A.V. Club interviewed Daniel and Simon Rich at the Television Critics Association Winter press tour on 11th February in promotion of Miracle Workers. And in relation to that  they also talked about the Earthly things they think are straight-up miracles.

Daniel Radcliffe on Nova 96.9's Fitzy & Wippa

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Daniel Radcliffe on Nova 96.9's Fitzy & Wippa
Daniel appeared on the Australian radio show Fitzy & Wippa on Nova 96.9 yesterday for an exclusive interview in promotion of Miracle Workers. Daniel arrived in Australia yesterday where he will be shooting scenes for Escape from Pretoria. He again mentioned that he is a big fan of The Bachelor. The podcast is also available on iTunes.

For all of you in Australia. Miracle Workers is now streaming on Stan.

The interview starts at 24:26.

source: nova969.com.au

Updated(3): Daniel Radcliffe on Off Camera with Sam Jones

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Updated(3): Daniel Radcliffe on Off Camera with Sam Jones
Photographer and director Sam Jones hosts an intimate and in-depth conversation with artists, actors and more in his television series, magazine and podcast called Off Camera with Sam Jones.

Update: Daniel Radcliffe on 2 Dope Queens

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Update: Daniel Radcliffe on 2 Dope Queens
Daniel was a surprise guest on the HBO 2 Dope Queens special which aired yesterday. The show's second series was taped at the Kings Theatre in New York back in 2018. The episode is called Nostalgia. You can watch the full episode on HBO, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV or Hulu.

Daniel Radcliffe on Couch Surfing

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Daniel Radcliffe on Couch Surfing
Daniel was a guest on People TV and Entertainment Weekly (EW)'s Couch Surfing in promotion of Miracle Workers. Also mentioned is The Tailor of Panama, his first role, plus Harry Potter: “I’m always honored to talk about it.", Kill Your Darlings, The Simpsons, Swiss Army Man and more.


This video is also shared by on Facebook.

Updated: ET Canada interviews Daniel Radcliffe and Simon Rich at the TCA Winter press tour

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Updated: ET Canada interviews Daniel Radcliffe and Simon Rich at the TCA Winter press tour
ET Canada interviewed Daniel and Simon Rich at the Television Critics Association Winter press tour on 11th February. Ofcourse the subject was Miracle Workers, but Daniel also reveals who he thinks will win The Bachelor (answer at 7:00).

Update: 27th February 2019. There's a photo on Twitter.

How Did This Get Made podcast

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How Did This Get Made podcast
Daniel and Erin Darke were guests on the comedy podcast How Did This Get Made. They joined Paul Scheer and Jason Mantzoukas  in Los Angeles to discuss the 2015 action film Dragon Blade. The episode is also available on iTunes.





source: hdtgminfo.com

Updated(2): Miracle Workers stills

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Updated(2): Miracle Workers stills
More Miracle Workers stills featuring Daniel as angel Craig (I already shared one back in January here)

Den of Geek interview

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Den of Geek interview
Den of Geek interview in promotion of Miracle Workers.

Regarding Miracle Workers:
“I suppose it does seem to me as much a story of rediscovering why life is worth living and worth saving despite the fact that none of us, you know, no one asks to be born. But despite all of that, despite how crazy the world is, you would still rather have existed than not,”.

I tell Radcliffe that that sounds like that one kind of famous quote from Rick and Morty that I can never remember in full. Radcliffe, however, does.
“Nobody exists on purpose, nobody belongs anywhere, and everybody’s going to die. Come watch TV,” Radcliffe says, reciting perfectly Morty Smith’s atypical pep talk to his sister in “Rixty Minutes.”
“cheerful pessimism.":
“When something that you feel deeply is genuinely being communicated through this show, it's just a really exciting thing. That kind of cheerful pessimism is, I think, very much how I see the world as well,”
Heaven Inc. is made up of departments for…well, everything as in: Department of Dirt, Department of Genitals, etc. If you were given a Department to head, what would it be?
Radcliffe: Department of Wolves. Fucking love wolves. I would, I feel like they do a lot of the work for themselves, I wouldn't really have to run them. It would mainly just be about making sure genetics keep getting passed down and then sort of the pack just runs itself.

Last quote:
"When we were talking early on, we talked about the respect and the esteem we hold people in who do get up every morning and say I'm going to change the world," Radcliffe says. "For me, part of my brain goes' that ship has probably sailed, right?' All we can do is make each other's lives better along the way as much as we can."
source: denofgeek.com

Miracle Workers: An evening with Daniel Radcliffe in a Trailer

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Miracle Workers: An evening with Daniel Radcliffe in a Trailer
TBS has released a new video with the title: Miracle Workers: An evening with Daniel Radcliffe in a Trailer. Included in the video: He shows the card trick he learned for Now You See Me 2 (ta da!).

Daniel Radcliffe on CONAN

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Daniel Radcliffe on CONAN
Daniel promoted Miracle Workers on CONAN yesterday. Clips below with thanks to Diana from Team Coco for providing the links.

Daniel Radcliffe: "Miracle Workers" is funny, dark, & sweet.

Daniel Radcliffe teaches Conan a colorful British expression

Paparazzi always catch Daniel Radcliffe in compromising positions (Guns Akimbo)


Daniel Radcliffe’s grandmother thinks he was miscast
via Twitter:
source: teamcoco.com

TCA Winter press tour: Miracle Workers portrait sessions

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TCA Winter press tour: Miracle Workers portrait sessions
New photos from the portrait sessions taken during the Television Critics Association Winter press tour on Monday 11th February in promotion of Miracle Workers. If more appear I'll add them.

Entertainment Weekly interview

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Entertainment Weekly interview
Entertainment Weekly (EW) interview in promotion of Miracle Workers.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: You’re deciding whether to take this role. What are the angel and devil on each shoulder saying?
DANIEL RADCLIFFE:
The angel is saying, “Do it! Do it! You’d be crazy if you didn’t do it!” When I got the chance to meet Simon Rich, our show creator, I said, “If you ever do anything with that book [What in God’s Name, on which Miracle Workers is based], I would be involved in any capacity.” I’ve been a fan of Simon’s writing. And the devil was saying the usual mix of anxiety and self-doubt it’s always saying, but the devil was not able to mount any formidable argument on this one.

What surprised you about the afterlife?
It’s highly bureaucratic. Parts of the bureaucracy have been brilliantly, intricately thought-out, like some incredible Rube Goldberg machine, and other parts have just been left completely without any thought or care. Eliza [an angel played by Blockers’ Geraldine Viswanathan] starts off working in the department which receives and sorts all the prayers and sends them to the department of answering prayers. In one of her moments of disillusion in the early episodes, she’s been carefully sorting all these prayers and putting them into specific pneumatic tubes that take them elsewhere, only to find out they all come out in one huge pile at the other end. So it doesn’t matter where you sorted up, it’s all ending up in the same chaotic mess, anyway.

One of the things that I find really fun about the script — and I think that people will find would actually be very disconcerting if it was a reflection of a true afterlife — is how lightly they take everything. We expect that they are agonizing over every detail, but they’ve been sitting up there for tens of thousands of years, and have seen people like us come and go every day, and our problems aren’t even particularly individual or unique a lot of the times. So I suppose that we’re not as important to them as we think we are in this series, where God has decided to open a restaurant.

Right. Lazy Susan’s. How would you describe that establishment?
Here’s the thing. There’s a part that does not sound great. If that restaurant were made to work, to be made hygienically, then it sounds like a great idea. Lazy Susan’s is a theme restaurant that God wants to open that combines two of God’s favorite things, which is delicious food and lazy rivers. So that becomes the thing that God is really focused on, as we are trying to get him back to his original creation — the Earth.

How would you describe Craig’s relationship with the almighty?
I mean, he’s terrified of him first and foremost, because he is God — he is his boss — and despite appearances, there is always an aspect to him that seems kind of mysterious and hidden. Even though you think you’ve got him figured out, he seems to not be very focused and seems pretty carefree, there’s another part of you that’s thinking, “Well, is this all actually a kind of cover and he actually knows exactly what’s going on?” But then most of the time, it transpires that he really doesn’t know what’s going on. I think that’s one of the things that Craig becomes slightly disillusioned with at first. In his head, God has always been very kind of almighty, and initially, it’s a bit of a shock to the system to find that God has gone a little bit off the rails at the beginning of the series.

Craig seems interested in Eliza. Will they or won’t they? Or actually, can you in the afterlife?
I think you definitely can — fall in love — I don’t know what the implications are for anything sort of practical in that sense. I think Craig does have feelings for Eliza, but it is also in part because she’s one of the first people he’s met who’s been nice to him in a very long time. So there’s part of him that is uncertain where the line of this new friendship begins and ends. But the more important thing in this series  is not whether they actually get together, it’s the question of whether Craig can get up the courage to see if they can get together. It doesn’t matter to me what her response would be to that, but we all agree that his thing to get over is just asking the question, more than actually being lonely. If I had to guess, I’m pretty sure Eliza is blissfully unaware that Craig has any of these feelings for her.

This afterlife comedy enters an orbit also occupied by The Good Place and Forever. What is it about the afterlife that holds such comedic appeal right now, or would you just describe it as eternal curiosity?
I think there is just something about us that is eternally curious about that. There is something inherently comforting about any story involving the afterlife in any way, because most of us would like there to be something else, even if we don’t believe there is. Also, everybody has an image of it, everybody has a set of expectations about what it will be like and what it involves, so there’s a lot of things that you can go in and upend  and turn on their heads, because everybody’s got a pre-conceived idea of what heaven would be. There’s room to have a lot of fun.

Craig is in the business of answering prayers. When was the last time that you, in your own life, prayed for divine intervention?
Oooh! That would be a long, long, long time ago. This is a really sad answer, I’m sorry, but I think the last time I sort of very sincerely believed in God and also had cause to pray was probably when I was about 11 or 12, and one of my dogs had died, so I think I was praying that she would be okay. Sorry, it’s such a heavy answer to your light question. I think I prayed that she would be okay, or that if she had died by then, that she was going to heaven.

What was the last prayer that you answered yourself from a Harry Potter fan?
[Ponders for a few seconds] Oh! I don’t know that they actually prayed about this, but I did recently get to settle, or at least slightly remedy, the relationship between two sisters. I don’t think anything really bad had happened between them, but about 12 years ago, one of this girl’s friends had been backstage at Good Morning America, and I was on doing it that morning, and backstage she caught up with me and was like, “Hey, my friend’s a huge fan, would you speak to her on the phone?” And I said, “Yeah, absolutely.” And she called her friend whose phone was not working, so she called that friend’s sister instead, and that friend’s sister just went, “Oh, this is too early for this, call her, I’m not around,” not realizing that her sister’s phone was broken, and there was no other way of this girl contacting me. So this girl then came to the stage door the other day [at The Lifespan of a Fact], gave me an illustrated pop-up book called — hold on, I’ve got it here — “The Real Life Story of the Time Daniel Radcliffe Tried to Call Me and I Missed It.” And it’s just like this genuinely very charming, funny thing, and she did say at the end of it, “I can now fully forgive my sister for hanging up on you that day, now that I have spoken to you.” So that’s the closest thing I’ve done to doing a good thing for a Harry Potter fan recently. I was blissfully unaware that this big whole thing had transpired.

You healed a rift—
That’s probably overstating it slightly, but yes, I’ll give myself that.

Owen Wilson was originally attached to play God in Miracle Workers. Why the switch? And did the creative direction of the show change, too?
Not particularly, in terms of the creative direction. Obviously things had to be rewritten a little bit — we’re working with a very skilled room of writers who can write for the voice of an actor as well, so it was more about changing things from Owen’s to Steve’s voice. But in terms of the actual character or the story, nothing changed, nothing shifted. I don’t feel like I’m probably qualified to talk about exactly why the change happened, but I cannot put it in strong enough terms how unbelievably lucky we were to get Steve. Obviously, they’re very different actors, but having now done it with Steve, I can’t imagine anyone else. We really landed on our feet there.

Tell us one thing you’ve learned from working with Steve.
Okay, here’s one. You can pronounce his surname either “Boo-shemi” or “Boo-semi.”

He doesn’t mind? He’s fine either way?
I did not know that. I’m just like, “Wait, there must be a way to say it.” And he’s like, “No, either is basically fine.” I was like, “Oh, okay, cool.” One of those arguments in the world is how you pronounce that surname — and everybody’s right. You can just go through the world now, pronouncing it however you like.

Since Potter, you’ve fearlessly disappeared into an interesting variety of roles across all genres, playing Allen Ginsberg, Frankenstein’s assistant Igor, a sentient corpse, a drug-smuggling pilot, and an FBI agent on film, not to mention your theater work. What’s the pattern here — or is the point to subvert any pattern?
Yeah, I think I’m just spraying buckshot wildly. There isn’t really a pattern. [Laughs] It is to just try as much and do as much as I can, and the pattern, if there is one, is more based around doing what I like or will challenge me or working with people that I enjoy, and also just keeping busy. I don’t like to sit around for too long, doing nothing. I’ve been really lucky for years between getting a lot of jobs on film or TV, I’ve been able to keep busy in the theater, which is great. But I am an actor in the rarest of positions, which is, I get a say over what I do in my career, and I don’t have to do things right now for the money, so I can really just do things that I like. So I pretty much have always stuck to that, and it’s proven really fruitful.

Does it come with a little bit of apprehension? Or do you just have a fearlessness and a hunger to jump out of your comfort zone?
I honestly think I get a bit more credit than I may be due for this, but I think most actors try to do as varied a bunch of things as they can. Because we train one thing so hard, it maybe stands out a bit more when you see me playing a corpse [in Swiss Army Man], but that’s how I have the most fun doing my job, is by doing things that I’m like, “Wow, I’ve never done this before.” Swiss Army Man was simultaneously one of the most terrifying experiences in my life, because before we started, I was like, “I don’t know how to play a corpse coming magically back to life.” But discovering that on set with those people was so much fun. So sometimes it’s fun to not quite know what you’re doing, and just work really hard and figure it out as you’re going.

What does Hollywood get wrong about you? What’s the biggest misconception?
I’m not online like I used to when I was first coming out of Potter. I’m sure I can find so many interviews back then when I said, “Oh, I never read stuff online,” and I am lying at that time. I was very much in a dark place looking at internet comments sometimes. When Potter was coming to an end, around that point, I was reading internet comments and reading articles about myself and reviews and stuff all the time, which is a sort of form of weird mental self-harm, that I am not alone in having engaged in as an actor, but I have stopped that now, thank Christ. So I don’t really know what Hollywood says or thinks about me.

You’ve done broad musical comedy with How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and weirder comedy with Swiss Army Man. Miracle Workers, though, is your most significant comedy role to date. Maybe a possible misconception about you is how interested in comedy you are. Was a hit TV comedy ever a goal in the back of your mind?
I grew up watching comedy on TV constantly. This is such an amazing time in American television, it’s such a fragile time in so many ways for independent film, and it’s a very transitional time for all that stuff. So in a way it was lovely to do something with the security of the television network, being like, “No, no, no, they have this money, we’re definitely gonna make it.” Also, I’ve always said, it really doesn’t matter to me; if Simon had phoned me up and said we’re doing a radio play of this book, I’d have been like, “Yeah! I’m in.” The medium doesn’t so much matter. And I do think that may be a freedom that comes with having been in some really big films when I was younger, it’s the sort of potential of “I’ve done that, and it’s amazing, if I get to do it again one day, great, but I also know that it’s not the be-all and end-all of working in this industry.” It’s possible to create great work and have a lot of fun doing it in whatever medium that is. In terms of the comedy stuff, it’s a good point. I feel like I’m so drawn to comedy, and I feel like I’ve done lots of weird, little comedies, I have done a lot on stage, but most people haven’t seen that. Hopefully people get to see me being stupid and funny in this show.

source: ew.com

Miracle Workers clip

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Miracle Workers clip
A new clip called God can't read. Miracle Workers premieres today on TBS.

TCA Winter press tour: Miracle Workers presentation

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TCA Winter press tour: Miracle Workers presentation
Simon Rich, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan, Karan Soni and Daniel attended the Television Critics Association Winter press tour to promote Miracle Workers yesterday at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena, California.

Updated(3): Bustle photoshoot

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Updated(3): Bustle photoshoot
Bustle has published photos from a new photoshoot in promotion of Miracle Workers.

Updated(2): Daniel Radcliffe on E!'s Busy Tonight

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Updated(2): Daniel Radcliffe on E!'s Busy Tonight
Daniel was on E!'s Busy Tonight yesterday promoting Miracle Workers.

Miracle Workers: Interviews and Giphy

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Miracle Workers: Interviews and Giphy

Updated: Daniel Radcliffe on Access Live

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Updated: Daniel Radcliffe on Access Live
Daniel promoted Miracle Workers on Access Live (but the main subject on this interview is The Bachelor).

Update: 12th February 2019. Tanya Pacht shared a behind the scenes photo.

Daniel Radcliffe delivers a hilarious heartfelt message to The Bachelor's Colton Underwood
Via Natalie Morales' Instagram

Daniel Radcliffe on Harry Potter

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Daniel Radcliffe on Harry Potter
The official Harry Potter Facebook page shared a new video called "Even heroes can be bested by the daunting world of dating." which features a quote from Daniel.


This video is also shared on Facebook.

Miracle Workers: Watch the first episode

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Miracle Workers: Watch the first episode
You can watch the first full episode of Miracle Workers below via TBS' YouTube page. (US only because of country restrictions). The news is also shared on Daniel's official Google+ page.

Miracle Workers premieres tomorrow, 12th February, at 10:30/9:30c.

Imperium/Jungle UK DVD Two Film Collection artwork

10 February 2019 0
Imperium/Jungle UK DVD Two Film Collection artwork
Below you find the artwork from the Daniel Radcliffe box set including Imperium and Jungle as released by distributor Signature Entertainment in the UK. It's available since 28th January 2019.


Two Film Collection description

Double bill of dramas starring Daniel Radcliffe in the lead role.

In 'Jungle' (2017) backpacker Yossi Ghinsberg (Radcliffe) makes the trip of a lifetime into the Bolivian jungle.

With a desire to travel to less conventional places Yossi attempts to find an Indian village and convinces some others to come with him.

When he meets a mysterious guide who speaks about ancient tribes and unchartered places Yossi is captivated and the group follow the guide into the very depths of the jungle.

Initially they experience the wonders of the jungle however it isn't long until their inexperience causes them to separate.

Yossi must then navigate through the territory alone as he attempts to survive and seek safety away from the hostile environs of the jungle.

In 'Imperium' (2016) the FBI send agent Nate Foster (Radcliffe) on an undercover mission to infiltrate a network of white supremacist groups.

The FBI believe that these groups may have the capabilities of building a nuclear bomb after a radioactive isotope is illegally imported into the US.

To ensure he's accepted into the collaborating factions, Nate takes on the role of an ex-serviceman with an interest in chemistry as he tries to navigate his way through the dangerous, racist underworld and gather enough evidence to take back to his superiors.

TBS website: Lock screen low down and A tight fit with Daniel Radcliffe

09 February 2019 0
TBS website: Lock screen low down and A tight fit with Daniel Radcliffe
You can find two new videos in promotion of Miracle Workers on the official TBS Miracle Workers website. It's available to watch for all of you in the US. For other coutries the website redirects to the international version. But don't worry, the videos are also added below (via Susanne).

Miracle Workers trailer

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Miracle Workers trailer
The second trailer for Miracle Workers released by TBS.

The Stakes are Raised

Daniel Radcliffe on The Talk

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Daniel Radcliffe on The Talk

GQ magazine: Actually Me with Daniel Radcliffe

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GQ magazine: Actually Me with Daniel Radcliffe
GQ magazine has uploaded a new video on YouTube from their Actually Me series in which Daniel goes undercover on the internet and responds to comments from Twitter, Reddit, Quora, Wikipedia, YouTube, and more. Interesting is that the Instagram account daniel9340 is featured in the video. The info on the page recently changed, adding "Fan page for the actor Daniel Radcliffe". That's good because people did think it was really him.

He used this e-mail address to create the accounts: actuallydanielradcliffe@gmail.com 😆
Reddit: Actuallydanielrad
Twitter: actuallydanielr. (I wish I knew that he was there)
IMDb: actuallydanielradcliffe
Quora: Daniel Radcliffe
YouTube: Daniel Radcliffe

One of the subjects: Spider-Man. Or let's say spideradcliffe.

*ICYMI: Daniel only has a Google+ page*

The posts as far as I could find them online.
Card Card

Miracle Workers promo

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Miracle Workers promo
One of the promotional photos taken by Dan Winters for Miracle Workers. Shared on Instagram.

Daniel Radcliffe, Atlanta, 2018 This portrait is part of a series I did for the Turner series Miracle Workers. A good time was had by all. @miracleworkerstbs #danielradcliffe #stevebuscemi

Parade magazine interview (US)

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Parade magazine interview (US)

Interview by Parade magazine in promotion of Miracle Workers.

WIRED autocomplete interview

07 February 2019 0
WIRED autocomplete interview
Daniel Radcliffe takes the WIRED autocomplete interview in promotion of Miracle Workers and answers the internet's most searched questions about himself.

is Daniel Radcliffe the new Wolverine.
is Daniel Radcliffe on social media
what is Daniel Radcliffe
how to draw Daniel Radcliffe step by step
and more.

Daniel Radcliffe on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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Daniel Radcliffe on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Daniel was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live in promotion of Miracle Workers. Another guest on the show was 2 Dope Queens' Phoebe Robinson.

Miracle Workers: Welcome to Heaven Inc.

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Miracle Workers: Welcome to Heaven Inc.
Promotional video for Miracle Workers released by TBS.

Welcome to Heaven Inc.

Updated(3): Miracle Workers: Jorma Taccone

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Updated(3): Miracle Workers: Jorma Taccone
The first two episodes of Miracle Workers are directed by Jorma Taccone. Below you find two Twitter videos shared by him.

Update: 9th February 2019. Another "Best friends" video.
Update: 12th February 2019. Another video plus Instagram post.
Update: 13th February 2019. Another Instagram post. Features behind the scenes photos.







Collider's interview with Daniel Radcliffe

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Collider's interview with Daniel Radcliffe
Collider was on the set of Miracle Workers in Atlanta for an interview with Daniel. Filming took place in a disused wing of a massive fiber optics factory and they caught up with him before he filmed his character Craig’s scenes in the company’s Department of Answered Prayers.

MTV: Happy Sad Confused podcast

02 February 2019 0
MTV: Happy Sad Confused podcast
Josh Horowitz has shared his interview with Daniel in promotion of Miracle Workers online. It's an episode of his Happy Sad Confused podcast from the MTV Podcast Network. It's also available on iTunes.

Updated(2): The Wall Street Journal: Miracle Workers

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Updated(2): The Wall Street Journal: Miracle Workers
A new article has been published online by The Wall Street Journal regarding Miracle Workers. It has the title "In Daniel Radcliffe’s new TBS show, the former boy wizard seeks comedy magic" and you can read it by visiting wsj.com (to read the full story you have to subscribe). The link has also been shared on Daniel's official Google+ page.

Daniel Radcliffe visits The Trevor Project

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Daniel Radcliffe visits The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project shared the following photo on Facebook. Daniel visiting the New York office.

Our friend and longtime supporter Daniel Radcliffe came to visit our NYC office today. Thank you for all your support over the years! ❤️❤️❤️

Daniel Radcliffe on Live with Kelly and Ryan

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Daniel Radcliffe on Live with Kelly and Ryan

Daniel Radcliffe on Good Morning America

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Daniel Radcliffe on Good Morning America
Daniel was a guest on ABC's Good Morning America today in promotion of his new upcoming series Miracle Workers. Also mentioned: The Super Bowl and his support for The Los Angeles Rams.



Photo via the show's Instagram:


source: goodmorningamerica.com