Daniel Radcliffe dons a NY Giants cap while heading into the BBC Radio Studios in London on Wednesday morning (May 22).
The 23-year-old British actor recently spoke with TotalFilm magazine about his upcoming flick, Horns.
“The first third starts off like some bizarre absurdist comedy, and then it becomes this epic tragic love story and revenge saga with elements of horror, fantasy, religion and everything else you can imagine along the way,” he shared.
Daniel continued, “And rock’n’roll, that’s another important influence in the movie. I saw it the other day and I do think that Alexandre [Aja, director] has done an amazing job.”
Taped at the London Studios and airing this coming Thursday, May 23rd on BBC America, the 23-year-old actor chatted up his new movie Kill Your Darlings alongside The Great Gatsby director Baz Luhrmann.
Deadline reports that the 23-year-old actor will play American reporter Jake Adelstein who, while working at the Yomiuri Shinbun newspaper in Tokyo, covered the crime beat and locked horns with yakuza boss Tadamasa Goto, called the “John Gotti of Japan”.
The film is based on Mr. Adelstein’s memoir detailing how the journalist’s investigating and finally exposing the notorious gangster exacted a high personal cost and sacrifice which included death threats.
Mr. Adelstein will work with JT Rogers on the story, which will be directed by Anthony Mandler.
Daniel Radcliffe arrives at the 2013 Olivier Awards held at the Royal Opera House on Sunday evening (April 28) in London, England.
The 23-year-old actor, who hit up the press room after the show, presented an award at the British theater award show that evening to Dame Helen Mirren with the Best Actress award for her role as the Queen in The Audience.
Daniel Radcliffe arrives at the BBC Radio 2 studios in London on Friday morning (April 26).
The 23-year-old British actor chatted up his new project, The Cripple of Inishmaan play, which officially opens on June 18th at the Noel Coward Theater.
“It’s quite nerve wracking – meeting everybody for the first time. Apart from me and a couple of other people, most of the cast is Irish. So for the non-Irish members of the cast, we will be thinking about the accent a lot. But I’m looking forward to meeting everybody and getting started,” Daniel shared about the start of rehearsals.
He added, “I’ve learnt my lines. Some actors like to go in and learn it as they go but if I don’t do that I will stress about it. I’m not that kind of a laidback guy, I have to do the work beforehand.”
“He walks that line between tragedy and comedy so brilliantly,” Daniel told the Huffington Post of his character. “I think one of the hilarious things about this play is, by our standards today, how politically incorrect it is.”
“So much of the comedy is just people being relentlessly cruel to Billy,” Daniel added.
The Cripple of Inishmaan is set to open and run for 12 weeks starting in June at the West End’s Noel Coward Theatre.
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