Miracle Workers: Interviews and Giphy - Daniel J Radcliffe Holland


Miracle Workers: Interviews and Giphy

You could have missed a few press tour interviews in promotion of Miracle Workers which I have shared via Facebook: The Daily Beast, New York Post, MTV News plus there's IGN, in which he responds to the Wolverine joke he made:
"Wouldn’t it be great if you could just start casting yourself in things by just saying them in interviews? So I guess people have been asking something about me and Wolverine, and I made a joke about [playing] Wolverine after being in a hot wash, like I’d been shrunk in a hot wash, and the internet seems to think that I was putting that out there on my dream board cosmic ordering system."
Edit: (12th February) Metro US, and Newsweek and Vanity Fair. Plus there is a Twitter hashtag emoji (works also with #MiracleWorkers)
Second: TBS has created a Giphy page for Miracle Workers. One of the gifs featuring Daniel:

Then there's also TV Insider and MTV's interview below plus a new promotional photo (picture source: Dan Winters).

I assume you’ve gotten tons of TV offers. Why choose this one?
Daniel Radcliffe: A few things. First of all, American TV right now is obviously very exciting. I’ve wanted to be involved in something for a long time, but it is a matter of finding the right thing. And, you know, I do have a hesitancy about jumping into something where I’m going to be playing the same role for a long time. [Laughs] This is an anthology series, and we have a chance to start fresh every year… so when you put it like that, it feels like I’m signing on to do three long films rather than a TV series with one character the whole time.

What is Craig like as an angel?
Very diligent, very hardworking. But ultimately, Craig is trivial in terms of answering prayers. He mainly sticks to low-level stuff like finding lost keys. His fear of failure stops him from trying the bigger things.

How is Steve Buscemi as God?
When you see him, you’ll be like, “Oh, that’s not the God I wanted.” But he is, in spite of that, charming and endearing. My quick pitch for the show is either to sit there for five minutes and say what I’ve just told you, or to just say, “Steve Buscemi is playing God!” Most people are in at that point.

So is this everything you’d prayed for?
It’s more. I’m very lucky. I get to pick and choose things based on what I love and what I want to do. I’m having such a great time, I feel like I almost can’t be doing good work!

“I think there’s something really beautiful in the idea that the world is utter chaos and we often feel that we are ourselves messes and that life is crazy, but ultimately you’d always rather exist than not exist. There’s a certain cheerful pessimism that the show has that yes, we all might go to hell in a handbasket and it’s all going crazy, but we can be really good to each other along the way and it will make the journey easier to be good to the people around us,”
Regarding Craig:
“[Craig] really requires a lot of help,” “This guy’s been alone for a very long time [and] it makes sense to me that in the face of kind of overwhelming odds that you would then scale back your ambition because you’re so scared of failure [and] by risking nothing you’ll never fail in anything, and I think that is where Craig is in the beginning [but] she makes him realize you’re never going to affect anything in the way he wants to if you’re not braver and bolder.”
source: mtv.com, tvinsider.com

No comments:

Post a Comment

Rude or hate comments will be deleted. Same for commercial links.