Skip navigation! Story from Entertainment News. Daniel Radcliffe grew up before our eyes — and in the past, the actor has confessed that he found it pretty uncomfortable.
In Imperium you play an FBI agent undercover with white supremacists. I was more surprised by the mundane stuff. I imagined that white supremacists would go on internet forums and say horrible things about black people and Jews.
Last week saw him go undercover as an FBI agent infiltrating Neo-Nazis in Imperiumand this week the notorious 'Daniel Radcliffe plays a farting corpse' movie Swiss Army Man finally makes its way to UK cinemas, following acclaim at film festivals around the world. The first feature from music video directing duo The Daniels, it stars Paul Dano as Hank, a young man stranded on a desert island, until a corpse called Manny Radcliffe washes up ashore. Despite being deceased, Manny offers Hank the companionship he needs.
DRESSED in a leather jacket and hunched antisocially over his cellphone, Daniel Radcliffe could have been any other disaffected teenager adrift in gadget-world. But suddenly he looked up and leapt to his feet as if prodded by Emily Post herself. Radcliffe explained.
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It's the charming tale of a depressed young man Paul Dano who befriends a farting corpse Radcliffe he find on a deserted island. OK, sure. It also features one of the most ambitious scenes in modern cinematic history, in which Dano rides Radcliffe across the ocean like a jet ski, propelled solely by the power of Radcliffe's farts.
Hank soon manages to ride Manny like a Jet Ski, propelled by postmortem gas release, in the most exhilarating sequence you will ever see of a man riding another man across an ocean set to rousing a cappella music. From his drowned bloating comes water for Hank to drink; from his rigor mortis, an arm stiff enough to chop wood; and from within his suit pants, with an assist from a discarded Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, a mighty erection that acts as a compass guiding their way home. At least they had practice with that particular special effect.
In anticipation of his role as Igor in Victor FrankensteinRadcliffe sits down for real talk in Playboy. The year-old actor is one of the most grounded, down-to-earth, stars today, which is thrown in high relief when one considers that many child actors go off the deep end before they exit their teens. On when he realized the role of Harry Potter role was going to follow him for his lifetime:.
Either it's the cappuccino he downed moments before, or Daniel Radcliffe is really excited to be here. We're hunkered inside on a particularly frigid January morning, but the year-old actor emanates warmth. There's an anxious energy that radiates off of him like aerial caffeine, and he speaks with zealous intensity: eyes wide, limbs taut. It's exactly this quality, I soon realize, that's endeared him to so many people.