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If you were ever wondering what Daniel Radcliffe might look like with horns, well, here you go.
Daniel Radcliffe stars in the screen adaptation of Joe Hill's (Stephen King's son, for the record) horror novel about a young man who wakes up from an all-night bender to discover that he now has horns growing out of his head. And that's not even close to being the weirdest thing going down that hazy morning ... Get More »
[From MTV News]Though "Horns" on the surface might seem similar to "Harry Potter"—it's a fantasy novel that tells the story of a young man who discovers he has supernatural powers—it's anything but. That's why Daniel Radcliffe chose to tackle the project when the opportunity arose earlier this year: he wanted to show he shouldn't be pigeonholed. Get More »
All of the week's hot casting news in one fell swoop ...
• Any film that describes itself as "in the vein of 'Amelie' and '(500) Days of Summer'" certainly has our attention. Deadline reports that Captain America himself, Chris Evans, and Michelle Monaghan will star in "A Many Splintered Thing," an "anti-romantic comedy" that tells the story of a young man who meets a breathtaking — and engaged — young woman at a charity dinner by pretending to be a philanthropist.
• It looks like Max Minghella wants a set of "Horns," too. Variety reports that the "Social Network" star is in talks to join Daniel Radcliffe in the screen adaptation of Joe Hill's (son of Stephen King) novel about a man who wakes up after a night of debauchery to discover that he's grown a pair of ... well, horns. Get More »
It seems like only yesterday we met Daniel Radcliffe as the titular boy wizard in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." Now, more than 10 years later, the "Harry Potter" series has ended and Radcliffe is on his way to a successful post-Potter movie career. Yes, "the boy who lived" has become a man, and he turns 23 today.
While getting the chance to play the movie version of one of the most famous characters of the 21st century would be enough to make anyone happy, Radcliffe's not letting one iconic role define his career. After "Potter" wrapped, he went on to star in the spooky "The Woman In Black" and take the stage as the lead role in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" on Broadway. Up next, Radcliffe will star in the horror flick "Horns" and the indie rom-com "The F Word."
We're psyched to see what new movie magic Radcliffe turns out as a mature leading man. Happy birthday, Daniel! And here's hoping you celebrate with all the butterbeer and chocolate frogs you want.
We thought Daniel Radcliffe would always be our cute little wizard savior, but it turns out, the devil is in the details.
This year Radcliffe made a successful splatter with his first post-"Potter" role "The Woman In Black," and now The Wrap reports he will venture once again into the creepy underbelly of the horror genre for "Horns."
"Take that, children who look up to me!" Radcliffe probably says.
The project is based on a novel by Joe Hill, creator of the phenomenal comic book series "Locke & Key" who also happens to be terrorific novelist Stephen King's son. Get More »
The funny thing is that headline is meant to be taken kind of literally.
Shia LaBeouf is ready to enter the world of horror as he's signed on to play the lead role in "Horns," the adaptation of the novel by Joe Hill (Stephen King's son, by the way), according to Variety. Get More »