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30 November 2013

Daniel Radcliffe on Heart FM Saturday Breakfast

Back in September Daniel visited a few Radio shows including Heart (106.2 FM) Saturday Breakfast. That interview aired this morning. He talks mainly about Sky Arts' A Young Doctor's Notebook, but also about those new upcoming Harry Potter movies written by JK Rowling (which he isn't involved in, but got to answer a lot of questions about). The photo: Daniel and Heart FM's Lucy.

Interview part 1, interview part 2

https://www.facebook.com/DanielJRadcliffeHolland/posts/444263842344637

source: heart.co.uk

29 November 2013

BAFTA Guru: Audio from the A Young Doctor's Notebook Q&A

On Thursday 14th November Daniel did attend the BAFTA Q&A for A Young Doctor's Notebook together with writers Alan Connor, Mark Chappell and Shaun Pye and director Robert McKillop to discuss the show and its direction ahead of the start of its second season on Sky Arts. BAFTA Guru released the audio today.




source: guru.bafta.org
picture source: Naomi R. (Twitter)

Daniel Radcliffe on BBC Radio 5 Live's Kermode & Mayo's Film Review

Today Daniel was on BBC Radio 5 live's Kermode & Mayo's Film Review where he talked about Kill Your Darlings. If you missed it you can listen back via BBC's iPlayer (until 7 days after the broadcast, Daniel's interview starts at 38:35) or via the video below and iTunes's podcast. There is also a free download.



source: bbc.co.uk

A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories: Episode 3 preview

Sky Arts released a new preview for next week's 3rd episode of A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories.
What if she asks him to dance? Young Doctor's head has been turned by the beautiful, aristocratic Natasha and perfecting his waltz is a high priority.
Episode 3 Preview Clip: The Waltz

Then here's a great promotional gif:


source: sky.com/arts

28 November 2013

A Young Doctor's Notebook: NL DVD artwork

Hieronder vind je de artwork van de A Young Doctor's Notebook DVD. Verkrijgbaar vanaf 28 november 2013 en is uitgegeven door Splendid Film.


Beschrijving:
'A Young Doctor's Notebook' speelt zich af tijdens het begin van de Russische revolutie. We volgen het turbulente leven van een net afgestudeerde dokter die worstelt met de moeizame start van zijn beroep. Het verhaal wordt verteld door zijn oudere en meer ervaren ik. Hierbij dient hij niet alleen om te gaan met bijgelovige en onwetende patiƫnten, maar worstelt hij ook met zijn eigen innerlijke strubbelingen. De jonge dokter onthult twijfels over zijn eigen bekwaamheid en worstelt met de immense druk van de medische verantwoordelijkheid die hij draagt.

25 November 2013

The Kill Your Darlings Cut Up exhibition (video + win a signed poster), SRA interview

The Kill Your Darlings Cut Up art exhibition (which you could follow via Twitter with #KYDcutUP) across London has come to an end. Below a wrap video. Then The Works gives you the chance to win a cut up of the Kill Your Darlings film poster signed by Daniel Radcliffe, all you have to do is "like" their wrap video to enter.



The SRA (Student Radio Association) released their interview with Daniel today in which he (ofcourse) talks about Kill Your Darlings and the Cut Up Competition. Listen to their chat below.
Winner of Best Newcomer at the Student Radio Awards 2013, supported by BBC Radio 1 and Global Radio, Ben Sheppard, caught up with Dan about the new film, scrabble and Jennifer Lawrence.

or to the podcast via iTunes. They also shared the news that the SRA teamed up with The Works UK to give Students the chance to win a private screening for their university before the film’s release on 6th December.
Getting involved is easy, all you need to do is getting as many people as possible tweeting your station name using the hashtage #KYDCutUp - the station with the most Twitter love by the end of the week will win the pre-release screening at their University! Any questions? Just email Marketing Officer, Tom Williams.

source: studentradio.org.uk/The Works UK

Daniel Radcliffe wins BWW UK Award (The Cripple of Inishmaan)

Broadway World has announced today that Daniel has won the Best Leading Actor in A New Production of a Play - West End Award for his role as Billy Claven in The Cripple of Inishmaan. View all the winners.

Re-tweet this site's tweet to celebrate? Congrats Daniel!


source: broadwayworld.com

23 November 2013

A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories: Episode 2 preview, Absolute Radio interview

Sky Arts released a episode 2 preview - Unexpected guests cause a stir in the hospital as the Russian civil war continues - of A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories and then there is also another interview: Love, Lust and Morphine - Radcliffe talks awkward love scenes, new lusts and Young Doctor's addiction. -



Apart from the news from Sky Arts you also could have missed the Absolute Radio interview in which Daniel talks about A Young Doctor's Notebook and Other Stories with Pete Donaldson.

https://twitter.com/petedonaldson/status/381094959803158528


source: sky.com/arts, absoluteradio.co.uk
picture source: Robert Viglasky & Ollie Upton for Sky Arts

22 November 2013

Kill Your Darlings Cut Up Art exhibition launch: interviews

There are two interviews from the Kill Your Darlings Cut Up exhibition launch last night and then there's also the interview from London Tonight which took place live from Waterloo Train Station in London. If more interviews do appear online later, I will add them here.



2 videos from RedVIPcarpet



BAFTA Guru: Daniel Radcliffe on acting

BAFTA Guru recently caught up with Daniel to discuss preparation, fear & challenges.
We caught up with Kill Your Darlings and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe to find out what he looks for in a role, which co-stars have inspired him and why fear can help acting skills.


Hear from more actors on BAFTA Guru: guru.bafta.org/craft/acting

source: guru.bafta.org

21 November 2013

Daniel Radcliffe attends Kill Your Darlings Cut Up Art exhibition launch

Daniel launched the Kill Your Darlings Cut Up art exhibition today at Waterloo Train Station in London. If u see the exhibition in London in the next 3 days don't forget to tweet the name of the location with 4 a chance to win preview tickets (Twitter competition). Pictures via @KYDFilmUK on Twitter: photo 1 | photo 2 | photo 3 | photo 4.

Photos of the photocall can be seen below. Daniel also did some interviews regarding the release of Kill Your Darlings and the Cut Up exhibition. So more news to come. Here's a photo from Kanitta Meechubot. And there's also a photo via this site's Facebook page.

The photocall:







picture source: Dave M. Benett
(with thanks to Glowing Radcliffe for some more photos)

Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan introduce the #KYDcutUP Twitter competition

The Kill Your Darlings Cut Up exhibition will launch today at a secret location in London. Daniel will be there too. Tune in to London Tonight on ITV1 at 6.15pm. Congratulations to all the winners of the competition!

View the winning art submissions on Facebook


But there is also the Twitter competition for those of you who want to win tickets to an exclusive preview screening. Yes I did post about it before, but there is now a video released in which Daniel and Dane DeHaan introduce the competition.


KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED...
For this first of a kind exhibition, running from 21-23 November featuring a selection of original cut-up artworks, submitted by artists and designers via a national Facebook initiative.

The exhibition will be projected at key locations around London being seen by thousands of people.

If YOU spot a projection, take a picture and tweet it using #KYDcutUP for a chance to win tickets to an exclusive preview screening of Kill Your Darlings.

Search for #KYDcutUP on Twitter to join the cut-up conversation.
more info via Facebook.

Daniel Radcliffe: "Celebrities who tweet "moment to moment" can't expect a private life"

Sky News did speak to Daniel ahead of the Sky Drama launch back in September. Dan mentioned again (well he can't say it enough) that he has no Facebook and Twitter. He said that using social media to "tell everybody what you're doing", means people will ignore requests for privacy.


Full video on news.sky.com
"There's certain things you can do to make it a lot easier on yourself," the 24-year-old said. "If you don't, for instance, go to premieres that aren't for a film you're in, or don't just turn up at other events and stuff like that, then that's going to help to not fuel the interest.

"Also, I don't have Twitter and I don't have Facebook, and I think that makes things a lot easier because if you go on Twitter and tell everybody what you're doing moment to moment and then claim you want a private life, then no one is going to take that request seriously."

"When I was 18 or 19 there was definitely a level of frustration around ... I did have to think where I went more than a lot of my friends and you do get a little frustrated around that age, but ultimately it's childish, petulant - oh I want that too.

"People always say to me 'Do you feel like you missed out on a childhood? Do you feel like you had your childhood taken away?' And I'm like 'No, ridiculous... kids who are abused have their childhoods taken away from them'."

However, he admitted he now has a "chip on his shoulder" that people might think he was fortunate to win the Harry Potter role and now feels he needs to prove himself again.

"It's as much to myself, as to anyone else. People always say 'oh he's got a chip on his shoulder' like it's a bad thing. I think it's a perfectly good thing if you let it motivate you. "When you fall into a position when you're 11 years old, you do tend to think that, you know, everyone, you were lucky to get there. And I was lucky to get there. And I think there's a sense that you just fell into it and that you rode the wave and carried on.

"And that's not what I'm about. I don't know how many people think like that - there may be none, there may be millions, but it doesn't matter. It fires you up."

Radcliffe, who stars in the show with Mad Men actor Jon Hamm, also reveals that despite being worth an estimated £50m, his biggest indulgence is books.

"The only time I will spend a wad of cash in one go - and this is going to sound so nerdy - is in bookshops. I've gone out of bookshops with a pile of 15 to 20 books before. It's excessive. "I have this thing in bookshops where if I see this thing that there's a good chance I may never ever see again or sounds interesting then I have to get it. "So that's a way of bleeding your money. The only slightly lavish thing that I do sometimes is that I might take all my friends out for a night out. And that's, like, once a year. I'm refreshingly boring."
The Guardian adds (about Twitter & Facebook):
However, that doesn't mean Radcliffe is absent from Twitter or Facebook – a brief search reveals dozen of unofficial fan club accounts offering news about the star, from the Netherlands to Thailand to Brazil, with tens of thousands of followers.
The Netherlands.. yep ;)

https://twitter.com/sollyk/status/403508747987062784

source: news.sky.com

20 November 2013

A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories: Behind the curtain, preview clip episode 1

Take a look behind the scenes of the 2nd series of A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories plus a preview clip from episode 1 and episode guide (starts tomorrow at 9pm Sky Arts)
Scrub up! We're taking you for an exclusive look behind the scenes of our favourite Russian hospital, and Daniel Radcliffe reveals how he was almost tricked into recording opera vocals for the new series.
http://www.sky.com/tv/show/a-young-doctors-notebook/video/series-two-behind-scenes
click on the picture to view the video

Series 2 Episode 1 preview Clip - The Shortfall
There's a morphine shortfall the size of a pond and Young Doctor thinks he knows how to fix it. By changing the past!
Episode Guide for episode 1:
It's 1918 and civil war rages throughout Russia, but has yet to reach the remote hospital in Mureyvo. The Young Doctor and midwife, Pelageya, are in a relationship, albeit one based primarily on the fact she is able to both facilitate and conceal his morphine addiction. Skip to 1935 and an upbeat, rehabilitated Older Doctor is in Moscow being discharged from the institution he was sent to at the end of series one. He returns to his memories of 1918 through his notebook and in contrast to the first series, he now loves life and is no longer sneering towards his younger self.

The hospital learn that the Zemstvo is coming for an inspection, sending the Young Doctor and Pelageya into a panic as they might uncover the morphine shortfall.

But under the cynical eyes of the Older Doctor, they cover their tracks by re-filling the morphine bottles with water. The arrival of a group of injured Bolshevik soldiers means the Young Doctor's skills are fully tested.
source: sky.com

Cork Film Festival: Daniel Radcliffe's video introduction for Kill Your Darlings

The Cork Film Festival (November 9 - 17, 2013) did screen Kill Your Darlings (special presentation) on Saturday 16th November at the Cork Opera House in Ireland. A special video introduction from Daniel Radcliffe, recorded by Rachel King, did screen before the film which you can now watch below. #corkfilmfest



source: corkfilmfest.org

19 November 2013

Daniel Radcliffe on BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright in the Afternoon

Back in September Daniel visited BBC Radio 2 and today the interview aired on Radio 2's Steve Wright in the Afternoon. Daniel talks about A Young Doctor's Notebook and Other Stories (starts 21st November on Sky Arts 1) If you missed it, you can listen back via BBC's iPlayer below and there is also a free download available (until 7 days after the broadcast)



source: bbc.co.uk
picture source: BBC Radio 2

Updated(4): The Guardian: photoshoot & selfie by Daniel Radcliffe

Back in September The Guardian posted a photo online from a new photoshoot. Another one fom this shoot has also been released online recently which I posted on this site's Facebook page. The pictures were taken by Perou and can be seen below including a behind the scenes picture, another one here.

Update: 22nd November 2013. A video from this photoshoot (to promote Kill Your Darlings) has been released. Read Simon Hattenstone's interview with Daniel Radcliffe in Weekend magazine in Saturday's Guardian.
Update: 23rd November 2013. Read the interview online.
Update: 25th November 2013. View outtakes via Facebook: photo.
Update: 19th February 2015. Another photo via this site's page on Facebook.



Daniel Radcliffe speaks to Simon Hattenstone about smoking, his musical tastes and the embarrassment of being a millionaire. Daniel also reveals that he has created 'the Michael Fassbender test' for his acting career










Then I also had not posted the selfie Daniel made for The Guardian on the website yet, it seems to be taken on the same day as the shoot, it was posted online on 3rd August 2013.
"The smartphone self-portrait has become a global phenomenon - but how much does a selfie really reveal about its subject? Is there an art to it, or is it just a disposable snap? We asked some famous faces (and reluctant sharers) to send us their own unique take on the selfie"
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=401240989980256&set=a.116787531758938.15975.116756098428748
‘I’m about to take my make-up off. The nature of Monkey was irrepressible! (Monkey fans will understand)’
source: theguardian.com, perou.co.uk
picture source: Perou, Brad Hobbs (Haddon PR) & Daniel Radcliffe via The Guardian