Daniel Radcliffe by Matthew Lyn for Sharp Magazine

Daniel Radcliffe | DuJour Magazine

ravendoom:

countrycapitolquidditchgirl:

Daniel Radcliffe’s as Igor in Frankenstein

so basically what harry would have looked like if lily had married snape

^I CHOKED.


Daniel Radcliffe by Matthew Lyn for Sharp Magazine (November, 2013)

Daniel Radcliffe by Matthew Lyn for Sharp Magazine (November, 2013)


You know, it’s impossible to make a plan in the film industry. You can’t go, "Okay, if I picked this script and then this script, it will complete my transition from Harry Potter." Nothing’s that simple or straightforward. So I think once you realize there’s no strategy that will 100% work, you just have to pick things based on what you love. And I’m in a position where I don’t have to do something for the money. That’s a very rare position in this industry, and I’m very, very lucky to be in it. Off the back of that, I think I do just tend to pick things that I get passionate about and my taste seems to be slightly off the beaten path.

You know, it’s impossible to make a plan in the film industry. You can’t go, "Okay, if I picked this script and then this script, it will complete my transition from Harry Potter." Nothing’s that simple or straightforward. So I think once you realize there’s no strategy that will 100% work, you just have to pick things based on what you love. And I’m in a position where I don’t have to do something for the money. That’s a very rare position in this industry, and I’m very, very lucky to be in it. Off the back of that, I think I do just tend to pick things that I get passionate about and my taste seems to be slightly off the beaten path.

happy 24th birthday, daniel jacob radcliffe. (23.07.1989)

beyond flawless: daniel radcliffe

“I felt so bad [for Kristen]. I just wanted to pick her up, put her in my arms and carry her onto the stage. Or maybe not: I probably would have dropped her and opened her wound again! I felt like [meeting her] was a long time coming. I feel like we’ve been meant to meet. This was the perfect way. And you know what? She is so nice—really, really nice.”

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