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New gallery layout + photos

I have finally got the new layout up at the gallery (I’m still tweaking) and I also have added a bunch of 2016 photo shoots, a Jungle still, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead production stills to the gallery as well.

I will be uploading the main site layout in a couple of days, I’m trying to sort the menu out.



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Gallery update

Hey everyone, I have updated the gallery with a new shoot Dan has done at DFF this year. I have also added some event appearances from his promotion with Paul Dano for ‘Swiss Army Man’. Will be adding some more over the coming days to catch up.

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Now You See Me 2 press conference

I have updated the gallery of photos from the press conference, which was held on the 23rd May of Dan promoting Now You See Me 2. I have also added a poster from the film and a photo shoot from his appearance at Sundance earlier this year.

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NME Magazine interview and shoot

Dan is featured in this weeks NME magazine on the front cover and there is a new interview inside. There is also some lovely new photos of Dan taken by Dean Chalkley.

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Here is an excerpt below:

Radcliffe is handsome but in quite a normal way – he has what your mum might call “a nice face” – which means he’s not obvious leading man material, and at around 5’5”, he’s a bit small to be an action star (though that never stopped Tom Cruise). Today, dressed all in black and with his hair sharply cropped as a souvenir from a recently completed role in Imperium, playing an FBI agent posing as a neo-Nazi, he should look intimidating. Yet he’s so effusively cheerful that he just looks… tidy. He’s 26 now, but clean-shaven, he could pass for much younger. He’s got a character actor’s face, which means he can do those strange lead roles your more traditional leading man couldn’t.

“I had a huge amount to prove [after Potter],” continues Radcliffe. “Proving that you can be a young actor and not be a complete fucking disaster when you grow up. That is the – quite unfair I think – image that people have of young actors. There are a huge number of child actors who grow up fine. Always with my career in film, I saw Potter as an amazing beginning to it. I’m sure I’ll never hit that kind of commercial peak again but very, very few people will.”
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Nylon Magazine, November 2015

Dan is featured in the November issue of Nylon Magazine. There is some lovely new photos from the magazine and there are some fun interesting facts that Dan talks about. Here is an excerpt below:

Here are four things you might not know about Daniel Radcliffe: 1.) He has 15 Instagram followers—for him, it’s a private photo-messaging service for friends and that’s about it; 2.) He’s not immune to getting star-struck (when it happens, his default tactic is “drive-by complimenting”); 3.) He’s on a Haruki Murakami kick, and, like the author, enjoys running, having pounded 90 miles of pavement this past summer; 4.) He has a newfound empathy for people with long hair, having had extensions put in for an upcoming role as Igor to James McAvoy’s Frankenstein in Hollywood’s most recent take on the sci-fi classic. “First of all, drying it takes half an hour and is so fucking boring,” he says. “Secondly, the upkeep! If you’re willing to put in the effort, I’m full of admiration, but I just couldn’t do it.”

You can read more of the interview at the Nylon website here. Below are some photos from the magazine taken by Simon Emmett.

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20 question Q & A with Playboy

Here are a couple of lovely photos of Dan taken by Playboy. You can see them in full in the gallery.

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Here is a few snippets from that Q & A below:

You were 12 years old when the firstHarry Potterfilm came out. At what point did you realize the role was going to follow you for the rest of your life?
It may have become clear to me only in the past few years. In your head, you imagine it will all go away once the series is over. When I was first going out to bars and pubs, I was trying to pretend I could have a normal existence. Then you realize that people know who you are, and when you’re in a bar they take out their camera phones. Eventually you accept that you have to adapt how you live.

You’ve been very forthright about the fact that you drank heavily between the ages of 18 and 20. Was that a reaction to public scrutiny?

Anytime I’d go out to dance, camera phones would come out. That would make me very self-conscious, and what’s the easiest way to escape being self-conscious? Alcohol is a quick way of doing that. So it was related in that way. A few years ago there was a TV ad that showed a lot of inventors, including a guy who invented the camera phone. He was smiling smugly into the camera, and I was just like, Fuck you. What have you wrought? [laughs] Camera phones are definitely not my favorite.

You met your girlfriend, Erin Darke, when you were both in the movieKill Your Darlings.There’s a scene in which her character gives your character a blow job in a library. Were you already dating at that point?
No. That’s a wonderful record of us flirting for the first time. There’s no acting going on—not from my end, anyway. There’s a moment when she makes me laugh, and I’m laughing as me and not as my character. She was incredibly funny and smart. I knew I was in trouble.

Gary Oldman did a Playboy Interview last year in which he said, “Daniel Radcliffe, now he’sgot fuck-you money.” Have you experienced resentment on sets about your success?
Gary introduced me to that expression. When I did my first non-Potter film, December Boys, I became good friends with one of the makeup and hair teams. After a few weeks, I said, “So, honestly, what did you expect when you were going to get me?” And they said, “We thought you were going to be a dick.” Because that’s the notion people have in their heads of child stars. People expect me to be an absolute asshole. And when I’m not, that always plays in my favor.

You can read the full interview at the Playboy website here. There is also a lovely video of the shoot that Dan did for the magazine and you can watch that below:


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L’Optimum magazine shoot

Dan is featured in L’Optimum Thailand magazine as well as the GQ magazine we mentioned in the post below as he promotes his role in Victor Frankenstein. You can see the photos here.

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GQ Style Magazine shoot

Fashionisto have a lovely new shoot of Dan, which is featured in the German issue of GQ Style magazine. Check the photos out in the gallery here.

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IGN Comic Con International portrait

IGN were at San Diego Comic Con International back in the middle of July and took a lovely portrait of Dan. Dan was there with James McAvoy for the promotion of Victor Frankenstein.