The Harry Potter franchise will surely get a reboot, according to none other than Daniel Radcliffe – even though it's unlikely to feature him in the title role. Radcliffe, who plays the famous wizard in all eight Harry Potter films, told IGN in a recent interview that he is certain someone else will play the part in the future. Radcliffe appeared to be referring to Jamie Parker and Gareth Reeves, who have both played the lead part in the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Daniel Radcliffe stopped by the Variety Studio at Sundance presented by AT&T, where he delivered a special message to Patriots quarterback and Trump supporter Tom Brady. "Take that MAGA hat out your locker," Radcliffe quipped after explaining that though Brady shouldn't retire, he should "stop winning things." "I feel like that was the moment when […]
Steve Buscemi is God. No, that's not some Claptonesque graffiti, is the premise of Miracle Workers, the upcoming comedy from EP Lorne Michaels that also stars Daniel Radcliffe as an angel in the Department of Answered Prayers. Check out the first full-length trailer for the workplace comedy -- said "workplace" being heaven -- above. (Not below…) Craig (Radcliffe) is a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity's prayers. His boss, God, pretty much has checked…
On Nov. 16, 2001 — exactly 15 years ago on this day — a phenomenon was born: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the first film adaptation of the bestselling book series by J.K. Rowling, was released in theaters and became a household name overnight.