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Video: Daniel Radcliffe Pitches 'Hardcore Sex' Movie, Ashley Greene Is Auditioning

October 16, 2013 05:44:24 GMT

Radcliffe and his 'Kill Your Darlings' co-star Dane DeHaan want to launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund their film about two friends bound by a terrible childhood secret in this parody.


Video: Daniel Radcliffe Pitches 'Hardcore Sex' Movie, Ashley Greene Is Auditioning
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Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan have come up with an idea of a film that will feature a lot of hardcore sex scenes. Stopping by MTV, the two young stars are suggested by MTV News' Josh Horowitz to turn to Kickstarter to get the money needed to fund their project.

The British actor says that the film titled "Snowy River", which is set in Brooklyn, will be "an entirely improvised film." Radcliffe has even mastered a Brooklyn accent to play one of the characters in the movie.

As for the story, it centers on two childhood friends played by him and DeHaan, who share a secret past. "It's a movie about friendship, and trust, and love, and faith," DeHaan chimes in. Radcliffe boasts that he will have a lot of sex with a bunch of women in the movie, with Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Scarlett Johansson are on the list of potential co-stars.

Ashley Greene is also seen auditioning for the movie, while Alan Rickman supports the project by offering an evening of watching television with him to those who donate to the movie. A short test footage of the pitched movie is revealed and it looks terrible, but thankfully the project and the Kickstarter campaign do not really exist as Radcliffe and DeHaan talking about making their own independent film is only a parody.

Radcliffe and DeHaan co-star in "Kill Your Darlings" which will hit limited theaters in the U.S. starting October 18. The "Harry Potter" actor plays a gay poet, Allen Ginsberg, in the true story of friendship and murder that led to the birth of an entire generation.



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