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31 March 2014

Google+: Daniel Radcliffe: "This is my only verified account on social media"

A new post from Daniel's official Google+ about social media. Many people still seem to believe that Daniel has Twitter and Facebook too and are following fake accounts (and they sadly don't seem to stop coming). I also did set up a post about this before.

To make sure everyone knows that Daniel only has a (verified) Google+ page, the following message has been posted on his page.

Share the message (and/or the URL of this post) to help. Here's the link from this site's page with Dan's post -> click
"Thank you everyone for your support of my Google Plus page. It's a lot of fun and will continue to grow.  I also want to thank you for sharing my posts on your personal pages across G+, Facebook, Twitter and beyond. As you know this is my only verified account on social media. And it's for you. If you're inclined, I'd appreciate your sharing the message so others aren't mislead by fake accounts or wrong information. All the best!" -Dan
The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via this site's Google+ page

28 March 2014

Google+: The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway - Exclusive ticket offer for fans + Letters of Note

Daniel Radcliffe's official Google+ page is updated with a message from Daniel about a special The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway ticket offer for fans (save up to 30%).
"Hello! We begin Broadway previews of THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN in two weeks! The cast and I would of course love your support as we start up the production in New York! Visit the link below for details on how you can get a special offer on tickets to the first 20 performances. I look forward to seeing you at the Cort Theatre!" -Dan
For more information on the ticket offer click here: crippleofinishmaan.com

Then there is also the new Letters of Note post.
Letters of Note - Scratching the Back of the Hand that Feeds You
Here's the link: Scratching the Back of the Hand that Feeds You

The Google+ links at this page are Dan's posts shared via this site's Google+ page

RTL Nieuws: 5 vragen aan Daniel Radcliffe

Ik had het al gedeeld op Facebook, maar dan ook nog even hier. RTL Nieuws heeft een korte interview met Daniel gepubliceerd waarin ze hem 5 vragen stellen i.v.m. Kill Your Darlings.

De Beats willen een revolutie beginnen en slagen daar uiteindelijk ook in. Denk je dat zoiets nu ook nog mogelijk zou zijn?
Volgens mij is het tegenwoordig moeilijk om een nieuwe beweging te beginnen. Een tegencultuur kan zich niet makkelijk meer ontwikkelen, want zodra een ondergronds fenomeen ook maar een heel klein beetje succes heeft, is het plots overal. Dan lopen alle sociale media ervan over. Geheimen kunnen er niet meer zijn, niks kan meer lang klein blijven. Daardoor wordt alles meteen mainstream.

Heeft de huidige jonge generatie sowieso nog wel iets om tegen in opstand te komen?
Er is ook nu nog van alles waar we tegen kunnen rebelleren. Hypocrisie en racisme zijn voor mijn gevoel juist weer aan het toenemen. Maar in Engeland heb ik het idee dat mensen het opgegeven hebben, dat niemand meer het idee heeft dat het nog wezenlijk verschil maakt op welke partij je stemt. Er is een soort apathie ontstaan. Jonge mensen zijn niet boos genoeg meer. De meesten hebben het gewoon te druk met Facebook. Internet is zowel goed als slecht voor revoluties.

In deze film is te zien hoe Allen Ginsberg zichzelf ontplooit tijdens zijn studie. Is dat iets wat jij gemist hebt in je jeugd?
Doordat ik al vanaf mijn elfde in de spotlights sta, heb ik inderdaad niet in alle rust mezelf kunnen ontwikkelen, maar ik heb niet het idee dat ik daardoor iets misgelopen ben. Die zelfontdekking is er op een andere manier gekomen. Ik heb ook niet het idee dat ik iets gemist heb in het proces van volwassen worden door niet naar een universiteit te gaan. Ik denk juist dat ik zelfs een tikje sneller ben opgegroeid. Ik wist aan het eind van mijn tienerjaren precies wat ik wilde; namelijk doorgaan met acteren.

Maar daarbij geen rust en ruimte dus om in privésfeer te leren van fouten, of je een keer ongegeneerd te misdragen, want de media duiken er meteen bovenop. Lees je al die roddelberichten over jezelf?
Ik ga er zeker niet naar op zoek, maar soms glipt er iets doorheen. Dan krijg ik een berichtje van vrienden die het goed bedoelen en die me dan vertellen waar ze me in hebben zien staan, maar ik hoef het eigenlijk niet te weten. Het irriteert me natuurlijk als dingen over me geschreven worden die simpelweg niet waar zijn. Maar het is wat het is. Je doet er niet zoveel aan. Het vreemdste wat ik ooit las was dat ik een groot bronzen beeld van mezelf had laten maken om dat vervolgens in mijn huis neer te zetten.

Je personage is verknocht aan poëzie en groeit uit tot een groot dichter. Hoe zit het met jouw schrijfkunsten?
Van mijn zestiende tot mijn achttiende heb ik zelf ook veel poëzie geschreven. Ik was behoorlijk productief. In die twee jaar tijd heb ik zo’n zeventig gedichten geschreven, maar slechts vijf daarvan zijn de moeite waard. Een paar van mijn gedichten zijn ook gepubliceerd, onder een andere naam. Maar ik kijk er nu op terug en vraag me af waarom ik dat gedaan heb, want zo goed zijn ze dus niet. Maar die houding dien je ook wel een beetje te hebben volgens mij, dat je terugkijkt op je werk en je afvraagt waar je nou eigenlijk precies mee bezig was.

bron: rtlnieuws.nl

27 March 2014

Daniel Radcliffe and cast invite you to enter the Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway sweepstakes

Daniel Radcliffe and the cast of The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway are inviting you to join the sweepstakes for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the opening night on Sunday 20th April plus a meet and greet with the cast, a walk on the red carpet and an overnight stay at the Hilton Times Square.

Visit facebook.com/InishmaanBway ("like" the page if you haven't done that yet and click on the sweepstakes tab) to enter. All you have to do is enter your e-mail address and click submit. US residents only. The limit is one entry per Facebook account per day. Good luck!

25 March 2014

New spot for The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway

A new short TV spot for The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway which features Daniel as Billy Claven is released by Brian Zeilinger on Facebook

Edit: Also on YouTube now (Official Cripple of Inishmaan broadway channel).

Updated: NL and UK release dates for The F Word

I did post before about the UK release date for The F Word, but it didn't seem to be confirmed back then. Below you find the new release dates set by Entertainment One. (For Canada: I did post on Facebook about the 1st August 2014 release)

For Holland: 4th September 2014
For the UK.: 22nd August 2014

23 March 2014

Venice Film Festival: Kill Your Darlings press conference

Below you find some new footage from back in 2013, exclusively from (Daniel J Radcliffe) Holland via Films & Sterren like I announced on Facebook. It's from the Venice Film Festival press conference for Kill Your Darlings (Giovani Ribelli) which took place on 2nd September 2013. Also features John Krokidas and Michael C. Hall.

 I did already post this preview in 2013:



The new video, aired 22nd March 2014:

21 March 2014

Updated: Google+: Farewell to the hair extensions (Frankenstein)

A new post appeared today on Daniel's official Google+ page. It's a photo (which is taken yesterday according to the photo details) of his removed hair extensions which he had for his role as Igor in 20th Century Fox's Frankenstein. That means principal photography is now done. See also a photo from Paul McGuigan below.

Since it's friday we might be getting a new Letters of Note post too. If that one appears online I'll add it to this post.

Update: 22nd March 2014. A new Letters of Note link was posted online, so here's the link: Satchmo's letter to a fan. Then there's also a photo from Daniel without the extensions.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/110761574320472980664/posts/WDodWcp1Vxh
Farewell
https://plus.google.com/110761574320472980664/posts/4d2bXPQxbWe
Goodbye long hair!
Photo from Paul McGuigan (Twitter)

https://twitter.com/paul_mcguigan/status/446701082975412224
Final Board #Frankenstein
The Google+ links at this page are Dan's posts shared via this site's Google+ page

Updated: US release date change for Frankenstein

The second date change for the US. Today is announced by 20th Century Fox that the US release date for Victor Frankenstein with Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy is pushed back from the earlier announced 16th January 2015 to a 2nd October 2015 release.

Update: 11th June 2015. The release date has changed again, from 2nd October to a Thanksgiving, 25th November release. (source: deadline.com)


source: Variety

20 March 2014

Google+: The Simpsons Couch Gag, Playbill cover - Cripple of Inishmaan & new cover photo

More updates from Daniel's official Google+ page: A Couch Gag video for The Simpsons, the Playbill cover for The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway (check also this interview from Entertainment Weekly) & a new cover photo which is a great shot of Dunnottar castle, close to Stonehaven, Scotland where he was filming for Frankenstein on 18th March.

Check also this great photo posted by Paul McGuigan on Twitter. He also did post this on 14th March:
"Last day of main unit shooting. I've been blessed with an amazing cast and crew. Day 60 of 60. #Frankenstein"

Awesome Couch Gag 
The Cover photo:


Via Daily Record:

https://www.facebook.com/DanielJRadcliffeHolland/posts/758341547551474

14 March 2014

Google+: Letters of Note - Ladies & Gentlemen of A.D. 2088

A new friday, that means a new Letters of Note post from Daniel's official Google+ page, so here it is ;)
Letters of Note - Ladies & Gentlemen of A.D. 2088
Here's the link: Ladies & Gentlemen of A.D. 2088

The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via this site's Google+ page.

13 March 2014

US title change for The F Word (now titled What If), release in August

Today is announced that the rom-com The F Word will be released in the US under the title What If. CBS Films has set the release date for the US on 1st August 2014 in NY and LA before expanding further in the weeks following.


WHAT IF is the story of medical school dropout Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe), who’s been repeatedly burned by bad relationships.  So while everyone around him, including his roommate Allan (Adam Driver) seems to be finding the perfect partner (Mackenzie Davis), Wallace decides to put his love life on hold.   It is then that he meets Chantry (Zoe Kazan) an animator who lives with her longtime boyfriend Ben (Rafe Spall).  Wallace and Chantry form an instant connection, striking up a close friendship.  Still, there is no denying the chemistry between them, leading the pair to wonder, what if the love of your life is actually your best friend?  The ensemble romantic comedy costars Megan Park and Oona Chaplin.
source: CBS Films/Box Office Mojo

11 March 2014

The Cripple of Inishmaan B roll (featuring Billy, Helen and Bartley)

A B roll clip from Martin McDonagh’s black comedy The Cripple of Inishmaan is released today via Entertainment Weekly.
The scene finds Billy being endlessly teased by his “friends” Helen and Bartley, who recount the story of Billy’s parents supposedly killing themselves because of their son’s disabilities:


Interview from EW:
“We were fortunate enough that we got a great reaction from London crowds, but I remember at the time really thinking, ‘God, this play, I really think it would go down so well in New York, and I really hope we get the chance to do it there,’” Radcliffe tells EW from the set of Frankenstein, which he’s shooting in England with James McAvoy. “And then it just didn’t look like it was going to happen, so when the opportunity came around again earlier this year, I just leapt at it. We had a great time doing it in London, and I’m pretty sure I can speak for everyone involved when I say that.”

Joining Radcliffe for the reprise adventure in New York are fellow castmates Ingrid Craigie, Padraic Delaney, Sarah Greene (newly nominated for an Olivier Award for her performance), Gillian Hanna, Gary Lilburn, Conor MacNeill, Pat Shortt, and June Watson. While most of the characters spend their time deriding Radcliffe’s hopelessly defensive Billy, everyone gets the chance to trade barbs, including the Cripple of Inishmaan himself. “So much of the humor is derived from the characters being incredibly cruel to each other, and yet it manages to have this incredible, tender heart,” says Radcliffe. It’s because of this surprising nature of McDonagh’s viciously funny and politically incorrect comedy that makes Radcliffe eager to see how American audiences will connect with the material as opposed to more “reserved” British crowds.

“New York audiences are always louder, and I mean that in the best possible way,” he laughs. “When somebody says something totally shocking and you hear that wonderful intake of shocked breath from the audience, I remember thinking how great that reaction would be in the States. And there are a couple of lines particularly that relate to America that I think would get a big response. It’s pretty exciting as an actor to get the audience to a point where they’re laughing, almost in spite of themselves.”
source: ew.com

07 March 2014

Google+: Letters of Note - In Event Of Moon Disaster

After no Letters of Note post last Friday, here is a new one via Daniel's Google + page. I also noticed that Dan's profile picture still is the old one, while the "Fan Pick voting" ended almost a month ago...
Letters of Note - In Event Of Moon Disaster
Here's the link: In Event Of Moon Disaster

The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via this site's Google+ page.

06 March 2014

Exclusive The Simpsons Diggs clips

The first clips of Daniel Radcliffe as Diggs in this Sunday's Diggs episode of The Simpsons are released online via TVLine.com which also features an interview with Daniel about his character and a great look behind the scenes.

Guest voice Daniel Radcliffe: