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The star of 'Harry Potter' film series is said to be interested in playing Hunchback in the upcoming movie, which has Paul McGuigan signing on to direct.
The 'Harry Potter' actor will star opposite Zoe Kazan in the movie about a pair who actually falls in love with each other, but decides to remain friends since the girl has already had a boyfriend.
The 'Harry Potter' star will portray the lead character in a fantasy/thriller film adapted from Joe Hill's best-selling novel of the same name.
The Arthur Kipps of 'Woman in Black' punches the walls and jumps onto a table while mimicking the lyrics of 'Beginners' in a deserted bar.
The 'Mad Men' actor will play a Russian doctor working during the Russian Revolution in 'A Young Doctor's Notebook', with the 'Harry Potter' star portraying the titular doctor in his younger age.
The 'Harry Potter' actor will reportedly play a younger version of the 'Mad Men' actor's character in the drama about Russian doctors.
Portraying one of the most prominent figures in Beat Generation culture, Radcliffe is seen sporting curly hair and round glasses as he films the thriller in Manhattan, New York.
The 'Rosie Show' host takes to Twitter to tell 'Little People, Big World' star Amy Roloff, 'i am sorry my words hurt u and made u sad,' and admits that her words 'were ineloquently phrased.'
'iCarly' thrive in the Funniest TV Sidekick category while 'Harry Potter' makes its mark in Favorite Movie and Favorite Book.
The 'Harry Potter' star confesses in a magazine interview that before he gave up on alcohol in 2010, his drinking habits got so bad that he blacked out nearly every time he drank.
Spencer reveals that she worries about her weight during a backstage interview at the 2012 SAG Awards, saying, 'Any time you have too much around the middle, then there is a problem.'
Explaining his reason for taking the starring role in the horror movie post-'Harry Potter', Radcliffe says, 'I think any actor worth their salt wants to show as much versatility as they possibly can.'
Among those expressing their disapproval to the 'Sex and the City' actress' choice of words are gay activist John Aravosis, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and celebrity chef Cat Cora.
The 'Harry Potter' actor oozes masculinity in a double-breasted suit as he is joined by co-star Liz White, who looks pretty in a ruched dress, on the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall.
During an interview for the February issue of Allure, the 'New Girl' star also opens up about being a victim of bullying back in the middle school, revealing that girls spit in her face.