It's funny how Dan fans can't talk about him and not say how Emma is the worst person in the world!
Always the same comments: " how good HP guys are = how bad emma is."
Very obsessed. Very scary!
I don't think anybody hates Emma. She can be be rather whiny is all. Contrast how she talks about having normalcy to the boys. It's very different. They say "I have normalcy ~despite~ my millions in the banks and the pressures of being a star" vs her "I have millions in the banks and there are pressures to being a star. I ~just want~ a normal life." It's like she wants people to feel sorry for her. And I just can't.
Someone mentioned the Colin Firth comparison and I totally agree. I think Dan will go on to become a respected actor because he hasn't fallen for the charms of Hollywood is and is going the typical UK actor Brit route (televison, theatre, indie and mainstream movies all mixed up together). If he was American, I'd compare him to Harrison Ford.
I've been rewatching clips of HP on youtube and I think Dan started to get hot around HBP. But I will never not laugh at jokes about his height! He's adorable about it though, joking right back.
'The Woman In Black' Is the Most Successful British Horror Film in 20 Years
LONDON – Daniel Radcliffe’s first post-Harry Potter role in British horror flick The Woman In Black has helped scare up record breaking figures for a British fright flick.
The Hammer-produced film, directed by James Watkins and adapted by Jane Goldman from the classic novel by Susan Hill, has spent three weeks at number one in the U.K. boxoffice ringing up a total of £14.6 million ($23.2 million) from 457 screens.
The makers claim those figures make it the U.K.’shighest grossing British horror film since records began 20 years ago.
The movie has now scared up more box office lucre than Hollywood -backed productions shot in the U.K. with British talent including The Others (£11.9 million, $18.9 million), Bram Stoker’s Dracula (£11.5 million, $18.2 million) and Interview with a Vampire (£10.7 million, $17 million), as well as home-grown horrors such as Shaun Of The Dead (£6.7 million, $10.6 million) and 28 Days Later (£6.3 million, $10 million).
Hammer CEO and president Simon Oakes described the box office bonanza for the film as “an important achievement that affirms the re-birth of Hammer.”
Hammer is developing a slate of genre films including The Quiet Ones and Gaslight, “both of which will shoot in the U.K.,” Oakes said.
Xavier Marchand, president of worldwide distribution, Alliance Films and managing director Momentum Pictures, said with The Woman in Black occupying the number one spot in the U.K. for three weeks and its performance stateside that has seen it take more than $50 million, it indicates how British films “can resonate not only here in the U.K. but also abroad.”