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17 October 2018

15 years Koch Films: Daniel Radcliffe's birthday message

Daniel has recorded a birthday message for German company Koch Films. Koch Media's film division is 15 years active now. Koch Films is the distributor of (theatrical and DVD/Blu-ray) his films Kill Your Darlings and Swiss Army Man.

Koch Films mentioned that everyone who likes Daniel as much as they do should check their feed again tomorrow because Daniel sent them a birthday package and they say that there might be something in it which they want to share. I'll keep an eye on it ;)

The video is recorded in his dressing room at Studio 54 in New York where he is starring in The Lifespan of a Fact.
"You've worked very very hard on a film of mine called Swiss Army Man which you put a lot of efforts into into Germany (...)"

This video is also shared by danieljradcliffe.tk on Facebook.

Updated: Dane DeHaan visits Daniel Radcliffe at The Lifespan of a Fact

Dane DeHaan went to see Daniel in The Lifespan of a Fact (together with Wesley Taylor who shared the following photo on Facebook).

Update: Photo via Daniel's official Google+ page.

Dane DeHaan and Wes Taylor visit backstage! #Thelifespanofafact
The photo via Facebook

FACT: this guy was exceptionally good in #TheLifespanofaFact
The Google+ link at this page is Dan's post shared via this site's Google+ page

16 October 2018

Daniel Radcliffe donates signed Little Shoppe of Horrors magazine for Sue Ryder's auction

Daniel donated a signed copy of Little Shoppe of Horrors magazine number 28 (The Woman in Black edition from back in 2012) to charity Sue Ryder. The item is placed in an auction and will be available to view in their pop-up shop on Friday 19th October 2018, open for one day only (10am to 4.30pm) at Bonhams in New Bond Street in London. All proceeds will go to the charity.

The auction is now open, and will be closing at 23:59 on Monday 22nd October 2018. To place a bid and view other items visit givery.com.
This is a rare copy of Little Shoppe of Horrors edition no. 28 that has been signed by actor, Daniel Radcliffe. This magazine is centred around 'The Woman In Black' feature Film and only a few copies exist in the world. Bid on your chance to be the owner of the only copy that Daniel has ever signed!

15 October 2018

Rex Dasher character photo - Playmobil: The Movie

ON Entertainment has released a first look at the characters from their upcoming film Playmobil: The Movie (click here for the news from last week ICYMI). The photo below features Charlie, Dell, Robotitron, Marla and Daniel's character secret agent Rex Dasher.

Synopsis via UK distributor StudioCanal:

When her younger brother Charlie (Bateman) unexpectedly disappears into the magical, animated universe of PLAYMOBIL®, unprepared Marla (Taylor Joy) must go on a quest of a lifetime to bring him home.

As she sets off on a fantastic journey across stunning new worlds, Marla teams up with some unlikely and heroic new friends – the smooth-talking food truck driver Del (Jim Gaffigan), the dashing and charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher (Radcliffe), a wholehearted misfit robot, an extravagant fairy-godmother (Trainor) and many more.

Through their vibrant adventure, Marla and Charlie realize that no matter how life plays out, you can achieve anything when you believe in yourself.

source: ON Animation Studios

13 October 2018

BroadwayWorld: The Lifespan of a Fact

Below you find a first look at Daniel, Bobby Canavalle and Cherry Jones in The Lifespan of a Fact via BroadwayWorld. The opening night of the play is next Thursday, 18th October 2018.

Production photos (the ones featuring Daniel)

source: broadwayworld.com
picture source: Peter Cunningham

The New York Times: The Lifespan of a Fact

Tomorrow's edition of The New York Times will feature an article about the new Broadway season which includes The Lifespan of a Fact. Below a few new photos (In case you missed them).

By Daniel Dorsa

More via Lauren Murphy on Instagram

The second photo is when they were all told to look at the bunny. 
 Production photo by Sarah Krulwich

source: nytimes.com