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Making for an awkward interaction, Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe opt to share a bathtub during a scene for their upcoming dark comedy “A Young Doctor’s Notebook.”
The “Mad Men” actor joins up with the 23-year-old in the four-part TV series, which is based on the short stories from Russian playwright, Mikhail Bulgakov.
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He’s in costume, but it’s not for Halloween. Daniel Radcliffe was spotted filming scenes for his new film “Horns” on Monday afternoon (October 29).
The 23-year-old actor rocked a pair of horns protruding from his forehead as he worked on set in a spooky cemetery.
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It sounds like they’ll both be flying solo this Halloween season, as Daniel Radcliffe and Rosie Coker have called it quits.
The “Harry Potter” star and his production assistant lady met back in 2007 on a movie set and began dating last year.
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Hard at work on his new project, Daniel Radcliffe arrived on the set of “Horns” in Squamish, Canada yesterday afternoon (October 1).
The “Harry Potter” star filmed scenes at the private native reserve and took copious cigarette breaks in between takes.
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Making the long 10-hour flight from London, Daniel Radcliffe showed up in Vancouver, Canada yesterday afternoon (September 30).
The “Woman In Black” actor seemed to be in good spirits despite his hectic travel schedule, and was more than happy to sign autographs for his loyal fans.
Creating scenes for his latest flick, Daniel Radcliffe was spotted on the Dublin set of “The F Word” on Friday afternoon (September 28).
The “Harry Potter” star got up close and personal with his lady co-stars while filming on the stairway of an old Irish home.
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Getting to work on his latest film, Daniel Radcliffe was spotted on the set of “The F Word” in Dublin, Ireland on Thursday (September 27).
The 23-year-old actor looked relaxed in his laid back ensemble as he joined fellow cast mates for the new project.
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With the close of the “Harry Potter” film franchise, many fans are left wanting more, and thanks to a new retrospective project, there’s a fabulous way to look back over the life-changing movies.
Editing pro Kees van Diijkhuizen Jr posted the 13-minute “Mischief Managed” online this week along with an explanation as to how he came up with the idea.