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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25 Mar 2015

Google+: Macau!

Principal photography has finished for Now You See Me: The Second Act as you could have read via this site's Facebook page. There is now a new photo on Daniel's official Google+ page taken in Macau, China.
The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via our own Google+ page

24 Mar 2015

Daniel Radcliffe featured in documentary Tom Felton Meets the Superfans

I did already post the news on Facebook: Tom Felton interviewed Daniel for his BBC Three documentary Tom Felton Meets the Superfans. I did share the preview on Twitter and on Facebook (also below). The documentary aired yesterday and is available in BBC iPlayer for 30 days after the broadcast. If another video becomes avaliable I'll update.

A Vine video:

Daniel Radcliffe on obsession:
It’s something in your life that, like, other people think is weird, and wrong, and don’t get, but it gives you meaning.

17 Mar 2015

More photos from A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories

More promotional photos for A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories which were posted online earlier this year. The second series is available on Sky On Demand or on DVD in a few countries like Germany and France. 

picture source: Colin Hutton & Ollie Upton

11 Feb 2015

Daniel Radcliffe supports Get Connected's Connected Generation report

Get Connected has recently asked 5,000 children and young people under 25 across the UK about the issues they face in the modern world. They have launched their full Connected Generation report 2015 now which features a message from Daniel in which he explains why he is proud to support Get Connected.
It’s a great privilege to be able to support Get Connected as their Best Friend. Get Connected provides the UK’s only free,confidential helpline service specifically for children and young people under 25, who need help but don’t know where toturn. Over two fifths of children and young people have experienced depression and anxiety – that’s over 4 million 10-25 year olds.

Growing up, I was very fortunate to have my parents and good people around me for support. This was invaluable when facing the challenges of public scrutiny from an early age, but the sad fact is that many young people don’t have anyone they can turn to for help if they need it, or they don’t feel comfortable reaching out for help. T here is still a social stigma to talking about some issues, especially amongst young men, and many young people are really worried that they’ll be bullied or laughed at if their friends find out. So they keep it inside. It’s vital that we encourage children and young people to reach out for support and know it’s ok to talk about issues they may feel embarrassed or scared about sharing.

Alarmingly, of the 5,000 children and young people surveyed for the Get Connected report, two thirds feel isolated and lonely due to problems they have faced; shockingly one in five have experienced suicidal thoughts; 45% have been bullied. T hat’s a huge number of children and young people who are finding life very tough, and are at risk if they cannot find or access appropriate support.

Many desperate young people are turning to the internet for help with personal problems, the need for young people to self-source help has been exacerbated by the closures and cuts to youth services. From the report we now know that the internet can do the opposite of help - this is especially true for young women, with over 50% telling us that they are more worried about their issues after looking online. Get Connected has access to over 8,000 trusted help services, and their website and helpline can ensure that young people access the best support for them, whatever the situation.

There are many barriers for young people seeking help, talking about the issues they are facing is not easy and there’s a very real fear of being judged. I think it’s incredibly important for young men and women to know that they can reach out for support without fear of any stigma – Get Connected is a safe space to explore whatever you’re going through, with the chance to find further, specialist help as well.

Over half of children and young people who took part in this study said that they would feel more comfortable asking for help from a free, confidential and non-judgemental helpline - and this is what Get Connected offer to anyone under 25 across the UK: a safe place to turn.

I’ve been a supporter of Get Connected for over four years and I’ve seen first-hand how many thousands of young people they’ve been able to help, but there are many more out there struggling, alone and in need of support. T he number of young people who contacted Get Connected in 2014 saw an unprecedented increase of 53% from the previous year.

I’ve pledged my support, and I really hope you can help too, vital funds are needed to cope with this surge in demand from children and young people who feel they have nowhere else to turn. You can become a Friend of Get Connected – visit to give as much as you feel able. You can also donate with a text - send GCUK25 £5 or GCUK25 £10 to 70070.

To find out how to become a Get Connected volunteer and give 3 hours a week to support children and young people, no matter where you live in the UK, visit

Thank you.

Daniel Radcliffe

6 Feb 2015

Theory 11's Exposé

There's a new video online from which is a source for the latest and greatest magic tricks, instructional magic DVD's, and playing cards. Daniel is a guest on their Exposé video series this week which feature the latest magic news, insider interviews and more. This was recorded in London on the set of Now You See Me: The Second Act. Talking about Theory 11 and Now You See Me 2 you could have missed the photo from Blake Vogt and there's also this one from Claudia Alvarado.

This week on Exposé, we're joined by Daniel Radcliffe for the latest news on David Copperfield, Penn & Teller, Dynamo, and Contraband!

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