With the Harry Potter franchise coming to an end, the LA Times caught up with star Daniel Radcliffe to chat about his acting future, including his role in Hammer Films’ The Woman in Black 3D. “When I met first met James Watkins, our director, he told me about a quote of Stanley Kubrick’s, which was that all films about the afterlife or ghosts are innately consoling,” Radcliffe tells the LA Times. “I think there’s something about that that is very true to our story. While it is a horror story and it is very frightening, it’s also about loss and grief. I read it on a plane, and I don’t know what the people around me must have thought. I kept jumping and gasping…” Click here for the full interview.
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