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Zoe Kazan What If
For Zoe Kazan, all it takes to be friends with Daniel Radcliffe is a proposal that ends with a handshake as seen in the new clip from the Toronto-set romantic comedy “What If.” Directed by Michael Dowse, “What If” (titled “The F Word” in Canada) follows the budding romance between Wallace (Radcliffe), a Medical school dropout and Chantry (Kazan), an animator who is already in a relationship with her boyfriend Ben (Rafe Spall). Basically, boy meets girl with a little help from the boy’s best friend (Adam Driver). The boyRead More
Daniel Radcliffe What If
Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan test the blurred lines between friendship and romance in the first trailer for Michael Dowse‘s Toronto-set romantic comedy “What If.” Based on the play “Toothpaste and Cigars” by T.J. Dawe and Michael Rinaldi, “What If” follows Wallace (Radcliffe), a Medical school dropout whose bad luck of repeatedly ending up in failed relationships takes a new turn when he meets and forms an instant connection with Chantry (Kazan), the cousin of his friend Allan (Adam Driver). The catch? Chantry already has a boyfriend named Ben (RafeRead More
Daniel Radcliffe
Adam Driver introduces a rather dejected Daniel Radcliffe to Zoe Kazan as seen in the first released clip off of Michael Dowse‘s Toronto-set romantic comedy “What If.” Based on the play “Toothpaste and Cigars” by T.J. Dawe and Michael Rinaldi, “What If” follows a Medical school dropout named Wallace (Radcliffe) who has a bad luck of repeatedly ending up in failed relationships. However, that all changes after he meets and forms an instant connection with Chantry (Kazan), an animator and cousin of his friend Allan (Driver). The only problem isRead More
Daniel Radcliffe is set to play British Olympic runner Sebastian Coe in a new biopic called “Gold,” according to Variety. Radcliffe will reunite with his “The Woman in Black” director James Watkins on this project. Based on the book “The Perfect Distance” by Pat Butcher, the film will chronicle the rivalry and dominance of Coe and fellow British runner Steve Ovett, who presided over the “Golden Era” of British athletics in the 1970s and 1980s and whose rivalry heated up as they headed into the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Sounds likeRead More
“The F Word” was Elan Mastai‘s Black List script from 2008 so we were pretty pleased to hear two of our favourite rising stars, Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, had joined the romantic comedy back last year – and the release of new images has upped our anticipation. Radcliffe will be playing a young man determined to remain “just friends” with the girl he likes, played by Kazan, however she reveals she’s already in a relationship with someone else – leading, we’re sure, to more confusion not less! Based onRead More
Daniel Radcliffe is making a very nice transition from “Harry Potter” to serious actor, and now adds another intriguing project to his growing portfolio. Deadline reports Radcliffe is set to star in crime thriller “Tokyo Vice”, which is based on the real experiences of American journalist Jake Adelstein. Anthony Mandler will direct the film in early 2014, and Radcliffe will play Adelstein circa the early 90s, when he had the distinction of being the very first American journalist working in the Japanese language as a reporter in Japan. While workingRead More
After working together on the upcoming “Frances Ha”, director Noah Baumbach is bringing Adam Driver back into the fold, with the “Girls” star now in talks for the long-gestating “While We’re Young”, according to The Wrap. The film is about two couples, an older, uptight married one comprised of a documentary filmmaker (Ben Stiller) and his wife (Naomi Watts) who find their lives turned upside down when they befriend a free-spirited younger couple, to be played by Driver and a still-to-be-cast young actress, with THR suggesting Amanda Seyfried is oneRead More
“Girls” star Adam Driver’s big screen takeover continues. THR reports Driver is in talks to join Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, Kathryn Hahn and Corey Stoll in Shawn Levy’s family comedy “This is Where I Leave You”, in a role originally earmarked for Zac Efron. Scheduling with the film and his commitment to “Girls” may be an issue , so this is not a done deal just yet. Levy took over directing duties for Adam Shankman (who remains as a producer) and is assembling a new cast around Bateman’sRead More
Daniel Radcliffe continues to make smart and interesting career decisions post his “Harry Potter“-franchise days. In his next move, the British actor is final negotiations to star as Igor in the classic tale “Frankenstein”. Variety reports that the film, based on Mary Shelley’s 19th century novel, will begin filming in the fall froma script by Max Landis (“Chronicle”) and Paul McGuigan in the director’s chair. Eagle-eyed readers may note that in Shelley’s novel, there is no character called Igor. Igor is a creation from the early 20th century Frankenstein ,Read More
“Girls” breakout star Adam Driver, one of our Faces to Watch in 2013, has booked his first lead role on the big screen. Deadline reports Driver will topline indie period comedy “Coward”, to be directed by “Ceremony” helmer Max Winkler. In the comedy set in 18th Century England, Driver will play a nobleman whose family has a long history ending up on the losing side of to-the-death duels. When he’s challenged to such a duel, he hires a criminal to take his place. The criminal ends up rather liking theRead More