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|Daniel Radcliffe discusses The Woman in Black, horror films, future in acting|
|News - Newsflash|
|Written by Red|
|Wednesday, 17 August 2011 19:15|
Daniel Radcliffe recently spoke to Yahoo! about his work in The Woman in Black, as well as his thoughts on horror films, and his continuing life as an actor, under the shadow of Harry Potter. Highlights of that are here.
The film is directed by James Watkins, who previously made the violent British thriller "Eden Lake," which Radcliffe said he watched "and [I] thought, oh Jesus Christ, I know I'll be now working with a psychopath… If he wrote this film he must be an absolutely insane man."
Radcliffe expressed his relief, though, when he met the director and discovered, "he's this very, very smart, very funny, very classy guy." Radcliffe was so impressed by Watkins work that he said the filmmaker is capable of becoming one of "the leading lights in British cinema for some time."
"It was certainly not a part that people can really compare to Harry… But [the] main attraction, to be honest, was simply the story, and how compelling it was, and being a part of a really, really good horror film."