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31 August 2016

Imperium DVD & Blu-ray US release date

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the US release date for the Imperium DVD and Blu-ray (+ Digital HD). It will hit shelves on 1st November 2016.


Press release:

Daniel Radcliffe stars as Nate Foster, an FBI analyst who goes undercover to take down a radical right-wing terrorist group, in Imperium, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD November 1 from Lionsgate. Inspired by real events, this edgy and exciting thriller also stars Toni Collette, with Nestor Carbonell and Sam Trammell. The Imperium Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.

Inspired by real events. When extremists steal devastatingly toxic materials in order to build a dirty bomb, FBI Agent Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Potter franchise), with help from Agent Zamparo (Toni Collette, The Sixth Sense), goes undercover in order to infiltrate their shadowy underworld. But can Nate find the group’s leader — and the bomb — before his cover is blown?

BLU-RAY/DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
- Commentary with Writer/Director Daniel Ragussis and Writer Michael German
- “Living Undercover” Featurette
- Making Imperium
- Cast/Crew Interviews

DISC INFORMATION
Year of Production: 2016 Title Copyright: Imperium © 2016 TDSD LLC. All Rights Reserved. Artwork & Supplementary Materials © 2016 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. Type: Theatrical Release
Rating: R for Language Throughout
Genre: Thriller
Closed-Captioned: N/A
Subtitles: Optional English and Spanish Subtitles Feature
Run Time: 108 minutes
Blu-ray Format: 1080P High Definition/Widescreen Presentation (2.40:1)
DVD Format: Widescreen Presentation (2.40:1)
Blu-ray Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD Master AudioTM
DVD Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio

Daniel Radcliffe to introduce Swiss Army Man and Imperium at Empire Live

Daniel will introduce a pair of gala screenings at Empire magazine's Empire Live at The O2, London on 23 September 2016: Swiss Army Man and Imperium. There will also be an on-stage interview to talk about both his films.

Empire Live will take place from 23rd to 25th September 2016. Tickets for Empire Live go onsale from 7 September at 10am (for subscribers' pre-sale) and 9 September at 10am (for everyone else) at empirelive.com/tickets.

source: empirelive.com

29 August 2016

Migros magazin interview

Interview by Migros Magazin. Now You See Me 2 will be released in cinemas in Switzerland on 1st September 2016. Daniel will present two of his movies at the Zurich Film Festival (ZFF): Imperium and Swiss Army Man.

Translation by www.danieljradcliffe.tk.

Daniel Radcliffe, the holiday season is just over. What do holidays look like for you?
Holidays are when I can be at home in New York or London. I just filmed in Australia and was on the beach there too. But I do not think that's relaxing - I'm so pale that I have to use sunscreen every ten minutes.

I did hear that you are an obsessed baccarat player. Do you play cards with Hollywood poker players Ben Affleck and Tobey Maguire during your holidays at home?

No, a poker round would be a quick way for me to lose a lot of money. But when we came to Macau for "Now You See Me 2," Baccarat actually pulled the sleeve in a bit. But my passions are still fantasy, football and the basketball and NHL playoffs.

With the illusion thriller "Now You See Me 2" you return to the world of magicians for the first time since "Harry Potter". A conscious step?
Nobody will believe me now, but I thought foolishly for a second that you could have something to do with the other. The roles are very different and the magic is quite different than in "Harry Potter". Magic still fascinates me, and I find it no less interesting when I know the tricks behind it.

Your co-stars praised you for focusing your long monologue in one scene and delivering it flawlessly the first time. Did you try to impress the experienced troupe?
Being able to write your text is only part of the job! In order to memorize it, you really do not have to pat me on the back. I also always look after actors who are not allowed to move in the background. I was there when an actor totally squeezed a crewmate and embarrassed them. The actor also worked in the theater, and phones ring, or something else happens - then you have to be able to carry on. Blaming someone is miserable.

Set etiquette is very important to you?
Yes, look at Michael Caine: As an actor, one day, I want to enjoy the respect he enjoys. He enjoys his work even at the age of 80 years at four in the morning in the cold. I think if you do not have that joy, you should not be on the set. So if I'm sorry and I need a stall, I look at the long list of his life's work.

Caine plays in the movie your father. What did you hear from your own father about the usefulness of life?
Very much, which I could not reproduce now. However, I do remember a piece of advice: I was still very young when he told me to always greet my hand when I meet someone. At the time, I found it rather banal, but later I was actually thankful for that. After this rule shows enthusiasm for the other person. Often it helped me to make a better impression than usual.

They are inextricably linked to Harry Potter. Do you never feel addressed?

I keep meeting people who thank me for being part of their childhood. And honestly, I always like to hear that. It's a pretty big achievement that I'm still proud of, especially the later films. And I had fun with it too.

And you also got rich with it. Why do you spend money useless because you can?
I do not waste my money, I have no extravagant taste. Maybe I'll spend money on "guilty pleasures" like ice cream and biscuits, but that will not ruin me. I have nice apartments in New York and London, that's all. Unlike 90 percent of the male population, cars do not interest me a bit - fortunately for my wallet and for all drivers on the street.

Emma Watson is seen more often, Rupert Grint, third from the Potter trio, less. Do you still have contact with him?

I saw him last at the beginning of the year. We're both terribly bad text writers, but when I see him, we always have a good time.

You are the youngest non-king whose picture hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in London. what does that mean to you?
It's one of those bizarre but cool things that have happened in my life that I do not think much about. Actually, this honor should be given to someone else, you think. But so I say: Thank you!

Have you never been afraid to be reduced to the Potter role forever?

Toward the end of Potter, I was a bit worried. Especially because journalists kept asking me if I believe that my best years are behind me when I'm 20 years old. This got stuck in my head a bit. But I was determined that I would make a career in Potter. That's why, at the age of 17, between Potter's movies 5 and 6, I went from Potter to Equus, a difficult and cruel game. I played it in London and New York to signal that I wanted to broaden my horizons as an actor.

You return to the stage again today. You feel very well there?
Better than at the beginning. On "Equus" I have been preparing for 18 months, for example with voice training, so that I am also heard at the very back. The movie is different. Now I have it in mind, but the fear of forgetting my text and being helpless on stage is still there.

"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" is currently being performed in London, a play by J.K. Rowling on Harry Potter's later years. Did you see it?
No, and I think I will not. Otherwise this evening is more about me than the play. I think it's great that Jamie Parker plays me, he's a great actor. Oops, I'm sorry, that sounded stupid now. Of course he plays Harry, not me.

You generally do not want to be recognized. Two years ago, you disguised yourself as a Spider-Man in order to be able to mix with the comic congress Comic Con undetected among the masses. How do you deal with your star status in general?
It sounds strange that you first appear normal in a Spider-Man costume, but that's why I like Halloween too: I can dress up and nobody makes a fuss about me anymore. When it comes to star status, when I was thirteen, I read the book by William Goldman, one of Hollywood's biggest screenwriters. He writes in it something like: "All stars are temporary, actors continue." I wanted to continue. I was so happy back then that I did not have to go to school anymore. I was bad, and everything the teachers complained about me got promoted in acting. I had found my home on the set and I wanted to give everything I could stay.

Compared to other young stars you do not seem to have a big problem with the media. Is the impression correct?
I was lucky enough to be able to grow up from that side without much pressure. The media even helped me out: I got the job in the romantic comedy "What If" because the director had seen me in a TV interview and thought I'd fit in for the role.

"What If" is your only romantic comedy. Do you deliberately stay away from movies that reinforce the image of the teenage swarm and sex symbol?

I'm totally ready to deal with the burden of the sex symbol (laughs). But seriously: I do what interests me. If a good romantic comedy flutters on my table, I would like to do it. But it's much harder to tell something exciting on the screen. That's why there are more films of dark shading.

At the beginning of the year, you made a splash with "Swiss Army Man" at the Sundance Film Festival. They play a farting corpse, which is used by co-star Paul Dano as a Swiss army knife for survival purposes. The people ran out of the movie, unnerved. Is this worrying you?
It would be if nobody understood the movie. But there were also people who found him very original. I did not choose the movie to shock people or start a debate. Of course you can take individual elements out and make crazy headlines out of them. But it's about so much more. You will see it when the movie comes to the cinema (expected end of October, editor's note). Anyway, I'm very happy and satisfied that I can make big Hollywood movies like "Now You See Me 2" and weird indie bands like "Swiss Army Man". I can not complain about anything.

source: migrosmagazin.ch

26 August 2016

Updated: Daniel Radcliffe to present Swiss Army Man and Imperium at Zurich Film Festival

It was announced today that Daniel will present Imperium and Swiss Army Man at the upcoming Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland which takes place from 22nd September to 2nd October 2016. In addition to presenting the gala premiere of Imperium together with director Daniel Ragussis on 30th September 2016, Daniel will also host a special screening of Swiss Army Man on 1st October 2016.

Update: 8th September 2016. The programme is online:
The ZFF Masters session will take place on Sunday 2nd October 2016, time: 12:00. Swiss Army Man also screens on 27th September besides the above mentioned screening on 1st October 2016.

He will also discuss his career at a workshop presented within the public ZFF Masters series – a signature master class series now in its 11th year (tickets will be available on 12th September).

The Festival's programme will be released on 8th September 2016.

source: zff.com

Imperium stills

Five more Imperium stills featuring Daniel as Nate Foster.




picture source: Jacob Coppage

24 August 2016

J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World: Daniel Radcliffe on playing Harry Potter

A video from the official YouTube channel J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World in which Daniel talks about playing Harry Potter but also features some behind the scenes footage.

23 August 2016

Daniel Radcliffe on Fan Theory podcast

Here's some news I did already share via Twitter: Daniel and director Daniel Ragussis talked during a press junket for Imperium with Asbury Park Press’ Fan Theory podcast.




source: app.com/fantheory

Updated(2): Daniel Radcliffe to be honored at Deauville American Film Festival

Daniel Radcliffe will be honored at the Deauville American Film Festival in France which takes place from 2nd to 11th September 2016. The Festival has announced that he will receive their Hollywood Rising Star (Le Nouvel Hollywood) Award, created in 2011 to reward young talent.

Update: 24th August 2016. Daniel will be there on Friday 9th September.
Update: 26th August 2016. The programme is online. 9th September: The first Imperium screening plus the Hollywood Rising Star event - 20:00pm. And there's also 10th September: A photocall and press conference with Daniel - 11:30am, Terrasses du C.I.D.

It will be awarded to him in his presence. Although Daniel is British, Bruno Barde, the artistic director of the festival, said he qualified for this prize because his career is essentially in the US.

Daniel's latest project Imperium will screen in their Premiere section.

An article from The Hollywood Reporter is shared on Daniel's official Google+ page:
Imperium is heading to the Deauville Film Festival...

20 August 2016

Swiss Army Man stills

Below you find more Swiss Army Man stills which are released by the German distributors Capelight Pictures and Koch Media. The film screens at the Fantasy Film Fest in Germany.





picture source: Joyce Kim

Imperium: Behind the scenes interview

A new Imperium behind the scenes interview video released by Lionsgate Premiere. Daniel talking about his character Nate Foster and more.

Now You See Me 2 featurette "British Bad Guys"

A new featurette for Summit Entertainment's Now You See Me 2 in honor of the release on Digital HD in the US. It's about the film's "British Bad Guys": Daniel as Walter Mabry and Michael Caine as Arthur Tressler.

19 August 2016

Updated: AP interview: Radcliffe 'uncomfortable' using racist language

Daniel talking about Imperium with AP (Associated Press). He says playing an FBI agent who infiltrates a white supremicist group took him out of his comfort zone.

Update: 23rd August 2016. Another video.

Radcliffe 'uncomfortable' using racist language


Daniel Radcliffe on ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ and wanting to do more theatre, once he finds the perfect part.

Now You See Me 2: Behind the scenes

In honor of the release of Summit Entertainment's Now You See Me 2 on Digital HD in the US today (the DVD and Blu-ray will be available on 6th September) MTV News shared a behind the scenes clip of the cast and crew dishing on his villainous turn as Walter Mabry. Click on the photo below to view the video.

http://www.mtv.com/news/2921041/daniel-radcliffe-lizzy-caplan-now-you-see-me-2/

source: mtv.com

Imperium UK poster & photos

Signature Entertainment has released the UK poster for Imperium via IGN. They also have posted a behind the scenes photo and more stills.


Synopsis:

Inspired by real events and the experiences of ex-FBI agent Michael German, Imperium follows Nate Foster, an idealistic young FBI agent who is selected to go undercover amongst a group of white supremacists suspected of initiating a terrorist plot. Immersed in a deeply unsettling, hate-filled world, Nate must fight to maintain control of his own beliefs and principles whilst working to identify the threat and keeping his true identity and motives a secret.

Behind the scenes


Stills


source: ign.com
picture source: Jacob Coppage

18 August 2016

Imperium featurette "Living Undercover"

You can watch an exclusive Imperium featurette called "Living undercover" on iTunes and also via Fandango below. It's also shared on Daniel's official Google+: "Here's a featurette about the making of IMPERIUM. It opens tomorrow in the US..."



http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/independent/imperium/

Newsweek interview

Newsweek interview with Daniel and director Daniel Ragussis in promotion of Imperium. Daniel talked with them about Brexit, BoJack Horseman and more at a tony hotel in Manhattan.

Did you do a lot of research into the world of white supremacists before filming Imperium?
Radcliffe: Yeah, quite a bit. I watched a few documentaries. Spent some time reading message boards of some white supremacy groups.

Did you post on those message boards?
I did not! No, absolutely not. I didn’t want to get into that. But it was more about getting a sense of how the non-intellectual elite of the movement talk to each other and talk about things. The biggest insight it gave me was the extent to which everything is [believed to be] a fucking part of this global conspiracy.

What surprised you about that world?
How diverse—diverse is a strange word to use—but how diverse the beliefs were. Like, the fact that there are some people who believe the Bible is the word of God. And there are some people who believe the Bible is just another extension of Jewish propaganda and was invented by Jews to subjugate non-Jewish people.

What made you want to play this role?
There was something about the script that I loved. It does something that a lot of scripts don’t do, which is that it sets up a character as being smart and he uses his intelligence to overcome the challenges he faces during the first two-thirds of the script. A lot of films in the last third think, Fuck it, give him a gun, that’s how he’s going to solve everything. This script had the balls to actually keep its character unarmed.

Dan, why did you choose Daniel for the part?

Ragussis: A lot of the inspiration came from [undercover FBI agent] Mike German himself. When I first met Mike, he was not at all what I would imagine a stereotypical FBI agent to be. He was a very cultured, literate, soft-spoken guy. He was a philosophy major in college. So once I realized that the role was about that—that it wasn’t about physical dominance; in fact, quite the opposite—then Dan just became the perfect person for the part. I felt like he had those characteristics naturally.

Some of these white supremacist types have been in the news lately because of Donald Trump. Do you think the characters in the movie would be galvanized by Trump’s campaign?

Radcliffe: I don’t know…. I think the people in our movie are already much more extreme than Trump is even. I mean, that’s obviously xenophobic and extremist. But I don’t know.

Ragussis: I don’t think you need to speculate. It’s very clear to see the actual reactions of people in the white supremacist community to this campaign. They feel like a light is being shone on the true and most gripping problems of our society. Maybe not to the extent that they want. But the idea that someone is willing to talk about immigration in a more forceful way—yes, that is something that they have responded to, if you go on their message sites and you look at them.

Radcliffe: Yeah, I’m not doing that anymore.

What do you think about Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric?
Radcliffe: It’s a very old song. It happens all over the world. It’s happened in Britain just now as well. It’s people being convinced that foreigners are going to come and take everything. The truth is, in the Brexit vote, the places where immigrants actually live all voted to stay.

Were you disturbed by the Brexit result?
Yes. Yes. More disturbing than anything else was how out of touch it made me feel with my own country. And how much of a bubble [I’m in]: “OK, I live in London.” I didn’t think there was as much of a difference between London and some other parts of the country as there is between New York and LA and other parts of the country. But I now think that probably is the case. We’re as much of a bubble.

You’ve acted in much darker films recently, between this and Horns and the Frankenstein movie. Are you determined to separate yourself from the world of family-oriented movies?
I dunno, Harry Potter was really fucking dark. I don’t think that every part that I do is a comment on what I used to do. That’s not how I pick parts. It would be fucking exhausting if I did. I think it’s more that I go with what I’m interested in. I’m in a position to be really choosy. I’ve also learned over the last couple of years that I’m going to do a much better job on stuff that I’m happier on and stuff I believe in fully.

What were you not happy on?
I’m not gonna tell you that [laughs].

Save that for the memoir?
I don’t know if that’ll happen either. But I think I’ve learned that while I’m in the position to be this choosy, I should be. Because that might not be forever.

You turn a lot of movies down, is what you’re saying.
Yeah.

Do you regret anything that you’ve turned down?
No. There was one movie that came out afterwards that was really, really successful. I had a moment of going, “Oh man, did I miss out on that?” Then I saw the film and I was like, “No, I still don’t get it!” Will you say what it is? No, I can’t, I’m sorry. Well, I could tell you off the record, but—no, I shouldn’t, I shouldn’t.

You recently spent some time in Colombia filming the movie Jungle. How was that?
It was good. It was mental. It was a tough shoot. A film shoot like that shouldn’t really be comfortable. There were days when all the camera and lighting equipment had to be carried on donkeys because it was such a treacherous part. There was one day I remember really well, where it was, like, a two-mile walk to set. I was wearing wetsuit bottom halves and a harness and my costume, and it was fucking boiling. The harder thing is that I was not eating very much for a lot of the film.

What was your diet like?
Three weeks before we did the scene where you see how much toll has been taken on [the character of Yossi Ghinsberg], I was eating either a chicken breast or a fillet of fish and a protein bar each day. Chicken for lunch, with some hot sauce, because there are no calories in hot sauce and there’s a lot of flavor. You become reliant on condiments.

What was the most punishing thing you did?
We were filming this one scene that takes place on a raft where the raft has been smashed against some rocks. So we were filming half in and out of the water for a day. It was a scene of just fucking screaming terror. That was a long day. Oh, I did a lot of wet work. I did a lot of work just soaking wet at various points, and under the heaviest rain machines I’ve ever been under in my life. I’d get up to the top of the thing and the director would be like, “Let’s just have another one.” I’d be like, “Oh great, you better need this.”

In Imperium you play an FBI agent. Is the American accent tough for you?

Umm. Did it sound tough for me?

No, I’m not saying that!

I’ve done it a few times. I did it in Horns and Kill Your Darlings. I stay in it the whole time when I’m on set.

What’s your favorite film that you’ve seen this year? Not one that you acted in.

Don’t worry, it wouldn’t have been one that I acted in [laughs]. To be honest, most of what I watch is documentaries. I watched one called Finders Keepers the other day that was a lot of fun. It was bizarre. The best film I’ve seen this year? Shit…. I’m trying to think of the last film I saw in the cinema, and I’m really, really struggling. Was it Inside Out? God, that was a while ago.

Were you a fan of Inside Out?

I loved Inside Out. Nothing will get me to the cinema faster than a Pixar movie, basically. Documentary-wise, what else have I been watching? I’m sure I’ve watched loads...

Did you see the Weiner documentary?

No, I haven’t! My girlfriend made me promise not to watch it until we watch it together.

It’s great.

It’s great? Given his new flirty scandal that’s just happened, does that impact your viewing of the film in any way?

I don’t think so.

OK, cool. Good.

You did do an appearance on BoJack Horseman recently.

I did, yes. I think it was one of those things where I just talked about liking the show a lot, and then they rang up and sent me the episode. I was, like, “This is some of the best jokes about me.” The Elijah Wood joke at the end is one of my favorite jokes. It’s so good.

Why do you think the show has hit such a nerve?

It’s a really, really brutally honest, amazing [show]. I think all the best comedy comes from fear of failure and fear of social embarrassment. That’s why The Office is so good, or Fawlty Towers. Because they’re just about watching people fuck up. To make a comedy that’s that good about depression—and about fame and alcoholism and all that—it’s just so good.

They must have caught you talking about it in interviews, because you keep a really low profile on social media.
Yes. I don’t have one.

Why is that?

I’m too liable to, like, get emotional and get into a fight with somebody on Twitter. Nobody ever wins in Twitter fights, in my opinion. Also, I’ve always thought that one day I will have kids and I’ll want to say to newspapers, like, “Fuck off, don’t take pictures of my kids, all that.” And the more of yourself you put out there, the less recourse you have to say, “I want a private life.”

And you do want that private life.

As much as I can. I also want to do this job. So I recognize that a certain amount of privacy is waived when you want that thing. But I definitely want that.

source: newsweek.com

Imperium screening in Hopewell: Daniel Radcliffe's video message

It was already announced that there would be an exclusive screening of Imperium in Hopewell, there where the film was primarily shot. The screening took place yesterday at the Beacon Theatre. Daniel didn't attend but recorded a video message.



source: progress-index.com

17 August 2016

The Times of Israel interview

The Times of Israel's press junket interview in promotion of Imperium. Read the Jewish Times article called What’s a nice Jewish boy like Daniel Radcliffe doing playing a neo-Nazi? here.

Message to the writer's daughter, Samantha:


source: timesofisrael.com

Daniel Radcliffe on the Charlie Rose Show

Daniel promoted Imperium on the Charlie Rose Show.



source: charlierose.com

16 August 2016

Swiss Army Man DVD & Blu-ray US release date

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the US release date for the Swiss Army Man DVD and Blu-ray. It will hit shelves on 4th October 2016.


Press release:

Golden Globe® Nominee Paul Dano (Love & Mercy) and Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter franchise) star in the “bold and original” (Chicago Sun-Times) Swiss Army Man, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital), October 4 from Lionsgate. Written and directed by acclaimed music video directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan (collectively known as DANIELS) in their feature film debut, the “wild and inventive” (The Huffington Post) storyfinds a hopeless man stranded in the wilderness who befriends a dead body and together they go on a surreal journey to get home. Winner of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival’s directing award and a New York Times Critics’ Pick, Swiss Army Man also stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane) and features music by Manchester Orchestra members Andy Hull and Robert McDowell.

Hank (Paul Dano) is stranded on a deserted island, having given up all hope of ever making it home again. But one day everything changes when a corpse named Manny (Daniel Radcliffe) washes up onshore. The two become fast friends, and ultimately go on an epic adventure that will bring Hank back to the woman of his dreams.

The Swiss Army Man home entertainment release includes a music-less audio track along with Q&A with the filmmakers, two behind-the-scenes featurettes, audio commentary with DANIELS and crew and deleted scenes. The Blu-ray Disc of Swiss Army Man will feature a Dolby Atmos® soundtrack remixed specifically for the home theater environment to place and move audio anywhere in the room, including overhead. Swiss Army Man will be available on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) for $24.99 and DVD (plus Digital) for $19.98.

BLU-RAY/DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
· Q&A with Filmmakers
· “Swiss Army Man: Behind the Scenes” Featurette
· “Making of Manny” Featurette
· Deleted Scenes
· Audio Commentary

DISC INFORMATION
Year of Production: 2016
Title Copyright: Swiss Army Man © 2016 Ironworks Productions, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Artwork & Supplementary Materials © 2016 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Type: Theatrical Release
Rating: R for Language and Sexual Material
Genre: Comedy, Adventure
Closed-Captioned: NA
Blu-ray Subtitles: Spanish, English SDH
DVD Subtitles: Spanish, English SDH
Feature Run Time: 97 Minutes
Blu-ray Format: 1080p High Definition 16×9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
DVD Format: 16×9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
Blu-ray Audio: English Dolby Atmos (Dolby True HD Compatible), Music-Less Track with Filmmaker Intro
DVD Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio, Music-Less Track with Filmmaker Intro.

Imperium clip

Another new Imperium clip has been released by Lionsgate Premiere, this time via Fandango. It has the title "This is not my thing" and features Daniel and Toni Collette.

Daniel Radcliffe on SiriusXM's EW Morning Live

EW (Entertainment Weekly) Morning Live's radio interview with Daniel aired today on SiriusXM. It was already recorded yesterday. In the interview Daniel talked again about the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, but ofcourse also about Imperium.

Daniel Radcliffe: "I'd like to have directed something in the next few years"

Photos (and a video) via Instagram and Twitter.



Daniel Radcliffe on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Daniel promoted Imperium on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah yesterday.

A clip about Imperium.

Daniel Radcliffe still loves Harry Potter

Extended interview


https://www.facebook.com/DanielJRadcliffeHolland/posts/876432025794481

source: thedailyshow.com

15 August 2016

Updated: Daniel Radcliffe on Extra

More promotion for Imperium today. Daniel visited Extra. A video isn't online right now, but I'll update as soon as it is.

Update:
27th August 2016. The video. He is also talking about Harry Potter.




Photo via Instagram:


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