Daniel Radcliffe is among the luminaries taking part in tonight’s Deadspin Awards, as the Swiss Army Man actor presented the nominees and winners of “Worst Tweet.”
You have to get past the farting. That’s the key with Swiss Army Man. Once you get over the fact that the film starts with a literal butt-load of it, the first movie from the directorial duo called Daniels becomes a revelation. It’s a poetic and engaging rumination on life, love, and friendship—farts included.
Swiss Army Man opened in limited release last weekend and expands on Friday. And when that happens, we’re no longer going to refer to it as the “farting corpse movie.” It’s so much more than that. It’s a revelation, in a way, and one of the reasons is hinted at in this new clip.
I mean, pretty much everything we’ve seen about this movie so far features highly inappropriate uses of Daniel Radcliffe as a corpse—but this NSFW trailer includes some, err, parts of him that frankly the world might have been better off not seeing in post-mortem action.
Yes, in his new movie Swiss Army Man, the Harry Potter star plays a gassy corpse that washes up on the beach and becomes the companion of a stranded man played by Paul Dano, and thus begins one of the most insane movies in recent memory.
Everyone loves a good magic trick, and the success of the first Now You See Me almost felt like one. It had a great cast and premise, but no one could have guessed it would be a breakout hit or merit a sequel. Yet here we are, along with the newest trailer for Now You See Me 2, due June 2nd.
Seriously. Did you ever have a ridiculously good-looking friend who was also brilliant and talented, but they made some really bad choices and threw it all away? Victor Frankenstein is like that. This movie has so much going for it, and just fritters it away, like a goddamn frittering machine.
In Horns, Ig Perrish grows a pair of horns, and gains a superpower that's also a terrible curse. In Joe Hill's novel, this turns into an exploration of the darkness in human nature, including misogyny and jealousy. But the new movie version, while fun, never brings enough depth to support its misanthropic premise.
We know that some of Daniel Radcliffe's demonic powers in the upcoming film Horns will end in violence, but the latest clip from the film is all about the sexy times, with Radcliffe's character Ig recalling happier times with his girlfriend.
A year after his girlfriend is brutally murdered, a young man wakes up with devil horns. The man is Daniel Radcliffe, star of Horns, the movie based on the bestselling book by Joe Hill. This new trailer reveals more of the movie's bizarre premise, as well as Radcliffe's strange powers.
Adapted from the Joe Hill novel, this new teaser trailer for Horns shows Daniel Radcliffe in a whole new light—a darker light, and with horns. He looks great.
While answering questions for BuzzFeed Brews, Daniel Radcliffe answered the question of "Which franchise would you do?" with "Batman." When he realized that they are already rebooting the character, he offered himself up for the role of Robin.
We knew Daniel Radcliffe was starring as Igor in the Max Landis-scripted Frankenstein reboot, starring James MacAvoy as Dr. Frankenstein, but we didn't know what he looked like. So here's what he looks like, thanks to some on-set photos.
We've only seen pictures of Daniel Radcliffe's bizarre role based on the protagonist of Joe Hill's novel Horns. In it, Radcliffe plays a man who wakes up one morning with a pair of growing horns in his head which grant him superpowers — superpowers he uses to get to the bottom of his girlfriend's brutal murder.
This will be the sexiest Frankenstein movie in the history of the world! Sorry undead Aaron Eckhart abs.
You've seen Voldemort do it, now it's Harry's turn. After coaxing Ralph Fiennes to read some particularly titillating Harry/Voldemort slashfic, Bravo's Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen manages to convince Daniel Radcliffe to read a bit of steamy Ron/Harry fan fiction.
Everybody thinks that Woman In Black, the old-fashioned ghost story featuring Daniel Radcliffe (AKA Harry Potter), is about Edwardian England. But in fact, it's about the 1960s - at least stylistically. Full of silly plot devices, hyperbolically drawn characters, and menacing Victorian geegaws, this movie feels…
Daniel Radcliffe could have done pretty much anything, coming off the mega-successful Harry Potter series — so why did he choose to do another supernatural movie project? We asked him, in our exclusive interview about his new horror movie The Woman In Black. The Boy Who Lived also told us which famous superhero…
Rumor has it Daniel Radcliffe's new ghost picture The Woman In Black is exceptionally stylish, but one question still remains — is it scary? Here are three spirit-filled clips to help you decide. The Woman in Black hits theaters this Friday.