It is clearly something of a week for British actors making cameo appearances in sequels to notable movies. And it seems that facial hair is part of the theme too.
We went into our Anglophenia archives, the Anglo Files if you will, and yep, there it is, a post on British celebrities and their American doppelgangers, and it pairs up Daniel Radcliffe and Elijah Wood.
Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, Victor Frankenstein) is being honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 11:30am PST today, and we can watch it all go down live via Variety’s YouTube channel:
Daniel Radcliffe (Victor Frankenstein) isn’t keen on social media. He stays off Facebook and Twitter, but apparently Google Plus is fair game.
A cynical person might suggest that picking this photo of Tom Hiddleston and Eddie Redmayne from a pile of shots taken at the Toronto International Film Festival and making a fuss about an apparent clinch between two highly-rated …
The trailer for Daniel Radcliffe’s latest project—a drama for the British channel BBC2—and it seems he’s once again leading the charge for nerds, gamers and fan culture in general.
File this little beauty under Non-Canonical Harry Potter Things That Are Nonetheless Awesome.
YouTuber BloodBlitz has created an alternate version of the Harry Potter stories, one in which this uniquely talented boy is not the innocent victim of malevolent forces as he comes to realize he has magical powers. Oh no, THIS Harry …
The new film Victor Frankenstein, starring James McAvoy in the title role and Daniel Radcliffe as his loyal assistant Igor, hits U.S. theaters on November 25.
Today (August 12) marks International Youth Day, which makes us think of five British stars who got their starts as child actors. (Note: We haven’t left out the actresses.
Daniel Radcliffe has been on a roll, taking over the internet with one good-humored moment after another.