With its highly-anticipated release coming up next week, lucky fans in London, England are getting an early taste of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I” at its premiere on Thursday (November 11).
Of course, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson are expected to make an appearance at the London Odeon venue in Leicester Square, along with plenty of other UK celebrities.
Having just turned 21 with millions in his bank account, Daniel Radcliffe finds himself living a dream as he plans to return to the Broadway stage next year.
And this time, one thing will be different, as Daniel tells Dazed & Confused magazine, "I've been in relationships from the age of 14 and now I'm single. I said to a friend the other day, 'Dude, I'm doing a show with dancers. I've got to be single.'"
It will certainly still be one of the biggest films of the year, but it was announced today (October 8) that “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” will not be in 3-D.
Back in February, Warner Bros. made the announcement to make the film three-dimensional, but most recently went back on that decision and instead will release it in 2-D. The reason? The 3-D conversion will not be finished in time for its November 19 release date.
He’s always been an avid supporter of gay rights, and Daniel Radcliffe has been devastated at the recent deaths of Seth Walsh, Tyler Clementi and other gay suicide victims.
The “Harry Potter” actor told MTV News, "Learning about the suicide deaths of Tyler Clementi, Seth Walsh, Asher Walker, Billy Lucas and Justin Aaberg has been heartbreaking for me. These young people were bullied and tormented by people that should have been their friends.”