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Video: Daniel Radcliffe on Jimmy Fallon
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Daniel Radcliffe was a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote his play The Lifespan of a Fact. The Lifespan of a Fact begins previews on September 20th, has its official opening on October 18th and runs through January 13, 2019.

A couple clips from the interview may be watched below:

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Tickets for Daniel Radcliffe’s New Play, The Lifespan of A Fact, Now Available
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Tickets for Daniel Radcliffe’s new play, The Lifespan of a Fact, are now available online.

Jim Fingal (Daniel Radcliffe) has a small job: to fact check articles for one of the best magazines in the country. Jim Fingal’s boss (Cherry Jones) has given him a big assignment: apply his skill to a groundbreaking piece by legendary author John D’Agata (Bobby Cannavale). And now, Jim Fingal has a huge problem: John made up some of his article. Well, a lot of his article. OK, actually, maybe the majority of it? What starts professional quickly becomes profane as one question rises to the surface: Can Jim Fingal ever just shut the fact up?

The play begins previews at Studio 54 on September 20, 2018 with opening night on October 18, 2018. It will run 16 weeks, through January 13, 2019. Tickets will run you $129 to $169 depending on date and time. Purchase your tickets here!

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Watch: BBC Radio 1 Documentary ‘The Secret Of The Wizarding World’
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With the release of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, Eddie Redmayne and Daniel Radcliffe help Radio 1’s film critic Ali Plumb discover why the Wizarding World of Harry Potter has become one of the biggest and most beloved franchises ever. Watch the half hour documentary below:

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Daniel Radcliffe’s Imperium Gets Digital Release in UK
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Daniel’s Radcliffe’s latest film Imperium is now available digitally for fans in the UK. Digital streaming platform Colony has released the film today. Imperium is a bruising, unsettling thriller which sees Harry Potter star Radcliffe take on the role of a young, idealistic FBI agent, who goes undercover to take down a radical right-wing terrorist group. You can purchase the film via Colony and check out the trailer below:

Since the film is only available in the UK, our correspondent Charlotte was kind enough to review the film for us.

In Imperium, Daniel Radcliffe plays Nate Foster, a young, driven FBI agent, who goes undercover to foil a white supremacist group, and their radical terrorist plot. A reclusive administrator, Nate is involuntarily thrust into field, at the request of his boss, Angela Zamparo (Toni Collette).

Imperium seems to be more concerned with the organizational structures of anti-Semitic groups, than the terror plots themselves. As a result, this allows for enormous character development, and an intense, dark and dramatic piece of filmography.

Whilst the plot is a slow-burner, Radcliffe’s performance is enthralling. During his first, complex scene, Nate reasons with a suspected terrorist in Arabic, once again highlighting Radcliffe’s multifaceted acting talent.

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Video: Daniel Radcliffe in Swiss Army Man Trailer
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The first trailer for Daniel Radcliffe’s new film, Swiss Army Man, has been released today. Swiss Army Man will be released in theaters on June 1 2016.

Hank, a hopeless man stranded in the wild, discovers a mysterious dead body. Together the two embark on an epic journey to get home. As Hank realizes the body is the key to his survival, this once-suicidal man is forced to convince a dead body that life is worth living.

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Daniel Radcliffe Talks His Career with Buzzfeed
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In a new interview with Buzzfeed, Daniel Radcliffe talks about everything from Now You See Me 2 to Kill Your Darlings, What If and Frankenstein. Some highlights from the interview maybe read below.

How did you feel about how Kill Your Darlings, What If, and Horns ended up doing at the box office?

Daniel Radcliffe: It is what it is. Kill Your Darlings did exactly what I expected it to do. A gay murder movie is never going to be, like, breaking box office records. And you know, it was an indie movie that was made for nothing, so there was never a pressure for it to do anything.

F Word, if it had been allowed to be called The F Word… I actually think the title change makes a huge difference. I think F Word is a fantastic title. I think What If is, you know, not a fantastic title. It’s a title. It’s fine. It’s words. It’s funny that kind of thing can make a difference.

You’ve got to bear in mind, like, those films all came at a time when people were like, “Can he even act? Will he even do anything after Potter?” And so those films did what I needed [them] to do. I was good in them, and they showed different sides of me. I can’t control what happens at the box office. Frankenstein, I don’t know if it’s going to do anything. Who knows?

All I can do is do my best work in the movie that I can, and promote the hell out of it as much as I can. What people go and spend money to see is up to them. My friends have a great motto, which is, “I’d rather be nine people’s favorite thing than 100 people’s ninth favorite thing.” I feel like that’s absolutely true.

You’re nominally attached to several independent films that don’t yet have financing — Brooklyn Bridge with Brie Larson, Young Americans with Dane DeHaan, a Yakuza thriller called Tokyo Vice.

Daniel Radcliffe: I’ve learned over the years that it is harder to get these films made, but they are the things that I love doing. I never want to become one of those actors who’s on set and hates their fucking job. So I’ve got to keep myself entertained.

Even among actors that I really like as people, and they’re good people, there’s a tendency en masse when they all get together to moan and complain. The worst day on a film set is still better than the best day on most jobs, in my opinion. I’m not saying actors aren’t entitled to have bad days. But, like, you never see one of the camera guys come in and be like, “Oh, I’m just having a terrible day. I’m not sure if I can do this today.” It’s like, fuck off. He’d be fired. And actors, because our job has an emotional bent to it, they take it as an excuse to sort of be like, This is all therapy. And it’s not. If you’re having a bad day, get on with your job, because you having a bad day can affect everyone around you.

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