Current project: Now You See Me 2

Principal photography - Now You See Me: The Second Act.

Calendar: Trainwreck

coming in 2015 (cameo).

Daniel only has a Google+ account

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21 Jan 2015

Videos: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

There's a video from The Academy with Oscar winners, nominees, and others in the industry which I did share back in 2014 via this site's Facebook page called "Questions: "What Was The First Movie That Made You Laugh?" featuring Daniel which you could have missed. Under the name Academy Originals they have recently uploaded another video in which they talk about "Movies You Should See".





The full list of movies you should see:

John Lee Hancock - Lonely Are the Brave
John Krokidas - Heavenly Creatures
Lupita Nyong'o - Dolls
Matthew McConaughey - Hud
Oscar Isaac - An Unfinished Piece for the Player Piano
Jonah Hill - The King of Comedy
David O. Russell - Love & Anarchy, The Seduction of Mimi, Seven Beauties
Jennifer Garner - Mrs. Brown
Mark Wahlberg - Body and Soul, Angels with Dirty Faces
Michael C. Hall - Nuts in May
Alfre Woodard - Intimate Lighting
Albert Berger - Sherlock Jr.
John Ridley - The Rain People
John Cornfield - Gozu
Daniel Radcliffe - A Matter of Life and Death
Rachel Winter - Barefoot in the Park
Ralph Fiennes - Manuscripts Don't Burn
Sean Bobbitt - Delicatessen
Scott Cooper - Time Out
Brian Percival - Girl on the Bridge
June Squibb - The Bride Wore Black

17 Jan 2015

Updated: Now You See Me: The Second Act: Behind the scenes photo

Fandango made a visit to the set of Now You See Me: The Second Act in London back in December 2014 and they did share an exclusive (first!) behind the scenes photo of the cast. Now You See Me 2 features returning cast members Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Michael Caine plus newcomer Lizzy Caplanand and ofcourse Daniel.

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Update: 18th January 2015. Another photo from Jon M. Chu. And then there also was this photo with Dynamo...

https://www.facebook.com/DanielJRadcliffeHolland/photos/a.618659638238389.1073741834.116756098428748/618659648238388/?type=1

source: Summit Entertainment via fandango.com

6 Jan 2015

Google+: "Yes, that was me in Flint, Michigan! And no, that's not me in Grimsby"

The first Google+ message from Daniel, and the first post for the website in 2015, Happy New Year! Daniel's message is about the photos that are going around for about a week now regarding his visit to Flint, Michigan in December. He also mentioned that he didn't visit Grimsby.
Hi Everyone on Google Plus! Hope you had a great New Years. Yes, that was me in Flint, Michigan! And no, that's not me in Grimsby. - Dan
The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via our own Google+ page

31 Dec 2014

Happy New Year, 2015!

Yes there we are again, it's the last day of the year 2014.. and almost 2015. First of all I would ofcourse want to thank all the visitors and affiliates for the continued support, but also everyone who has been in contact with DJR Holland during 2014. It's too much to mention all of you then I'm always afraid I'll miss someone.

It's awesome that DJR Holland has reached 107K followers on Twitter  during the year and has currently 8.200+ "likes" on Facebook. Thanks for following!

Let's take a moment to look back at some highlights from this year:

- Daniel won several awards for his role as Billy in The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway
- The premieres of What If/The F Word & Horns (and DVD releases)
- Daniel rapping on Jimmy Fallon (A huge internet hit)
- Trailblazers
- Daniel's first visit to Holland: What If Premiere & opening National Film Days
- and ofcourse the Walk of Fame star!

What do we have up next in 2015? Well for as far as we now now: Daniel continues filming NYSM 2, and there's the release of Trainwreck (cameo) and Frankenstein, but I'm sure there will be much more. Happy New Year!

Marion

25 Dec 2014

Google+: Happy Holidays!

There's a new video message from Daniel on his official Google+ page wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and a Happy New Year.
Thanks for following the page throughout the year 2014. I hope you found it enlightning and entertaining and there will be plenty more news to come next year. So we hopefully will have many many updates for you then including stuff about Frankenstein


The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via our own Google+ page

23 Dec 2014

Dazed and Confused magazine: Daniel Radcliffe's year in review

Dazed and Confused magazine's Trey Taylor discussed 2014 with Daniel. They talked about his favorite music, the rich list and much more.

What was your defining pop culture moment of 2014?
Daniel Radcliffe: God, what was… you know what? I feel like, this morning I was on a radio show talking to Nick Grimshaw and he’s very good friends with Harry Styles, and I feel like we might have reached peak celebrity right now. Apparently – I was unaware of this until today – but apparently Harry Styles threw up somewhere, and a shrine has been made where he threw up, and people are visiting it. I feel like, if you want to talk about where celebrity culture is in 2014 – that’s a good story.

I also read that they were selling his sick online.
Daniel Radcliffe: Yeah. I feel like that might be the defining pop culture moment of our time (laughs). Also, Nicki Minaj’s video. I’m trying to think of other stuff that make me sound like I actually—

What do you think about the “Anaconda” video?
Daniel Radcliffe: What do I think? She’s sexy! There’s nothing more to think than that. Has there been a huge controversy about it or something?

Some people think she’s reappropriating twerking as an idea of feminism, and other people think it’s just a sexualized body.
Daniel Radcliffe: Oh right, I don’t know.

There’s a booty debate going on.
Daniel Radcliffe: God, well, I’m blinded by lust in that debate. What’s she like? I’d be intrigued to know what she’s like.

I’m sure she’s got her diva attitude but I think she’s a bit of a feminist, you know?
Daniel Radcliffe: Yeah but that’s the thing, I feel like people as well sometimes just read so much into songs to the point where like – you can analyse the fuck out of something fun. I know, I guess it’s about the image it promotes and the influence it has on people but I guess you can’t – she wants to make that song, you can’t stop her from making that song.

It kind of kills the fun of it, doesn’t it?
Daniel Radcliffe: Yeah I guess. Oh fuck, I’ve obviously picked a side.

What was your favourite song and movie of this year?
Daniel Radcliffe: My favourite movie of this year was The One I Love, the Charlie McDowell film.
Why?
Daniel Radcliffe: Because it’s so unusual and so simple and one of the first, it’s very very funny, but it’s also one of the most interesting stories. It’s a film about a couple that go away to a sort of retreat in the US countryside. There’s a guest house in the grounds of where they are, so they go down from time to time, and whenever one of them enters the guest house without the other person with them, they meet an idealized version of their partner, and their real partner can’t get into the house. It’s a crazy movie, but it’s basically about a couple struggling to save their marriage, but it’s done in an amazingly inventive way.

My favourite song… oh God. I’m really enjoying Jamie T’s new album, and there’s a song on it called “The Prophet” – not sure if it’s my favourite of the year but it’s definitely up there. It’s very high up there. I can’t think of anything else right now.

 What do you think will happen with style and pop culture in 2015?
Daniel Radcliffe: More vomit selling on the internet, even more. Stocks in vomit, buying now. What do I think will change? I have no idea really. I mean, I worry a little bit honestly. I worry a little bit about how obsessed with people like me we are. When I say that I mean just any celebrity in general.

This morning you talked about the rich list.
Daniel Radcliffe: Yeah, and I mean that’s odd and that’s fine. That’s a very British thing, do they have – oh, I suppose they have the Forbes list (in the US).

How do you feel being ranked against other people?
Daniel Radcliffe: That’s fine. I mean it’s all ridiculous, the whole thing’s ridiculous and everyone on the list knows it. Anyone who looks at that list and goes, 'Oh, where am I this year?' is a twat. That’s beyond dispute. I remember earlier this year, me and my girlfriend went to the shops in America and we bought some stuff and we went home – and there were pictures of us online, and that's a minor thing, it was Perez Hilton which is, to me at least, generally fairly harmless and a few other sites. But it’s so weird that the trivial actions of people are being made to look like they’re exciting. And they’re not, it’s just life. I think that it sort of creates an atmosphere where people aspire to fame for fame’s sake rather than fame as a byproduct of doing something really cool. So yeah, I don’t know – I worry slightly.

What new skill did you learn this year?
Daniel Radcliffe: I’m learning to play guitar. I just started like a few, a couple of months ago and I really enjoy it.

The acoustic guitar?
Daniel Radcliffe: No, I got an electric, with like an amp and a distortion pedal – acoustic is amazing but like, acoustic is much harder, for me at least. You can play around on an electric guitar and get a good sound out of it really quickly, so I’m enjoying that.

Who was an unsung cultural hero that you discovered this year?
Daniel Radcliffe: Actually I just mentioned her in another interview, funnily enough. Sister Rosetta Tharpe, do you know her?

No. Was she a nun?
Daniel Radcliffe: No, she was this amazing – maybe she was, actually! I just thought it was a stage name, perhaps she was. That would be even cooler! She’s this kind of unsung hero, originator of rock'n'roll, along with obviously all the sort of male guys in that group she was this amazing black lady who played electric guitar. I had a moment of real pride as well, because there was moment when she was playing on a train station and she’s playing to an all-white crowd of young kids – I guess it would have been in the 50s – and they’re really into it, they’re really enjoying it. I was like, 's this America?' I was very confused, and I was really proud because it was Manchester, England.

 What is something that has happened to you this year that you wouldn’t have expected to happen at all?
Daniel Radcliffe: It was last year, but I got hair extensions for playing Igor. I never saw that coming. That was odd.

Was that a dark time? Wearing the hair extensions?
Daniel Radcliffe: It wasn’t a dark time for me but it was for my girlfriend. She was not happy, yeah, not happy – but they’re gone now, thankfully. I can’t think of anything else right now but I’m sure that’s ridiculous because loads of weird shit happens to me all the time. Oh! When I was in Mexico doing press for something, all the fans bought me a Mariachi band – they clubbed together and paid for a Mariachi band to stand outside the hotel and serenade me. Again, something I didn’t see coming.

That’s kind of a 'I can’t believe this is happening' moment.
Daniel Radcliffe: It was. It was one of those real moments of, 'That is the sweetest thing, and my life is very strange.'

What can we expect from you in 2015?
Daniel Radcliffe: Well Frankenstein comes out next year, so that, and hopefully if things kick into gear in the next few weeks at least one other film.

source: dazeddigital.com