“The majority of Clooney’s career, acting and directing, is what I look at. If I can achieve half of what he has achieved, I’ll be happy.”
-Daniel Radcliffe, new interview with PARADE
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Word on the street is that Daniel Radcliffe wants to star in the remake of Back To The Future. According to The Sun, Daniel wants to play the role of Marty McFly if the movie is brought back — Daniel says he sees himself as Michael J. Fox, “sort of short and quite hyperactive”. I’m a huge Daniel fan, honestly though, I hope the movie never gets a remake. The original flick was so good, there’s no point in ruining a classic!
Listen Daniel, we like you and all… but no.
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Daniel Radcliffe! Kristen Stewart! Jennifer Lawrence! For the second year in a row, Moviefone is happy to team with the People’s Choice Awards to honor the Top 25 Actors and Actresses Under 25. Whoever gets the most votes will be awarded the Hottest Movie Star Under 25 at the People’s Choice Awards on Jan. 11. Which is where you come in: between now and Oct. 28, we’re giving you the chance to vote for your favorite young actors and actresses. The top five will advance to the final round, where you’ll then choose the winner; final voting begins on Nov. 8.
You can check out the full 25 Under 25 list here. After that head HERE to vote your favorite. [Sorry, Robert Pattinson fans: your favorite vampire was aged-out of the competition when he turned 25 in May.]
You’ll often hear ‘Harry Potter’ fans compare the film series to ‘Star Wars.’ For devout followers of Hogwarts’s most-impressive student, the juxtaposition is done as a way to explain their fandom to a slightly older audience — ones who used to camp out overnight in anticipation of the next chapter in the story of Luke and Leia. ‘Potter’ star Daniel Radcliffe was in New York on Monday to do some very advanced promotion for his new film ‘The Woman in Black’ (which is set for release on Feb. 3, 2012), and in a conversation with Moviefone he revealed one potentially dirty little secret: Daniel Radcliffe has never seen ‘Star Wars.’
[I don’t go] as much as I want to. It’s hard because I’m knackered at the end of the day and I just want to go home. Glass of wine and I go to bed. A friend often says I’m an old man in a young man’s husk. I like that. I am old-fashioned in some ways.
“I think it’s very important that no matter where I go from here, Harry Potter’s one thing … and every opportunity I will get for the rest of my life, I would not have gotten if it wasn’t for Harry Potter,” says Daniel Radcliffe.