His new film "Kill Your Darlings" premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in January, and now Daniel Radcliffe is rocking the cover of OUT magazine's March 2013 issue.
The "Harry Potter" actor donned a collection of designer duds from Bottega Veneta for the Kai Z Feng-shot front page while opening up about everything from the end of his breakout British wizardry series to expanding his career.
Showcasing the finest in independent film, the lineup for the 29th annual Sundance Film Festival was announced on Wednesday (November 28).
This year's crop includes a lot of big name stars. According to John Cooper, director of the festival, "It's a reflection of the landscape. We notice that there's a very, very vital community of actors taking roles in independent films — well known actors in particular."
You may not be able to take your favorite film characters home with you, but one talented painter is creating realistic dolls that will make you do a double-take.
Known as a "repaint" artist, Noel Cruz began painting dolls nearly eight years ago and recently tackled blockbuster films like "Twilight" and "Harry Potter." His dolls usually sell for between $500 and $3,500 in Internet auctions. An Angelina Jolie doll even went for $4,300!
After the police show up during a brotherly fight, Daniel Radcliffe found himself in handcuffs on the set of "Horns" in Vancouver, Canada on Saturday (November 4).
The "Harry Potter" actor and his co-star Joe Anderson got down into a tough fight where they were seen slamming each other into poles and fighting on top of the hood of a car before the cops showed and take Daniel into the slammer.