Daniel Radcliffe is making quick work of moving on from the monumentally successful “Harry Potter” franchise. Aside from just finishing a yearlong run on Broadway in the musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” he has his first big post-Potter leading role with the period shocker The Woman In Black.
Adapted from the cult 1983 novel by Susan Hill, it’s a traditional Victorian Ghost story in which Radcliffe’s Arthur Kipps, a young lawyer who recently lost his wife, is sent to settle the affairs of an estate that may be haunted by a vengeful spirit. The movie co-stars the great Ciarán Hinds (There Will Be Blood) and Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs).
Radcliffe sat down with ShockTillYouDrop.com in New York to discuss his thoughts on horror, the Hammer Films legacy, what really scares him, and his future role as beat poet Allen Ginsberg.
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