Farewell Harry Potter: 6 New Daniel Radcliffe’s Movies

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He’s the kid that become a hero for millions of children around the globe – not to mention making glasses more fashionable for children the world over.

Daniel Radcliffe has become the face of J.K. Rowling’s fictional wizard, starring in seven exciting movies as the magical and wonderful Harry Potter.

However, what’s in store for Daniel now that he’s all grown up and the movie franchise has come to an end?

Well, Daniel hasn’t been resting on his laurels – he’s actually kept himself busy since the franchise, taking on both cameo and starring roles in various projects.

1. Extras

Nobody will forget Daniel’s appearance in Extras back in 2006.

We were astonished to see the wholesome wizard boy parading around with a carton of cigarettes trying it on with every woman he stumbled across on set.

2. My Boy Jack

In 2007, Radcliffe gave an excellent performance as John Kipling in the TV movie My Boy Jack, which charted the search for their son by Rudyard Kipling and his wife after their boy went missing during WWI.

3. The Woman in Black

In this eerie blockbuster, Daniel took on a whole new character as the main character of this ghost story, Arthur Kipps.

He gave an excellent performance that demonstrated his acting versatility after years of playing Harry Potter.

4. Kill Your Darlings

In the 2013 drama Kill Your Darlings, Daniel plays the role of Allen Ginsberg in a tense and fascinating drama about some of the greatest poets who are brought together as the result of a murder.

5. Horns

With another step into the horror genre, Daniel plays the role of Ig Perrish in Horns about a man who wakes up to find horns growing from his temples following the strange death of his girlfriend.

6. The F Word

Filmed in 2013, The F Word is a rom-com/drama in which Radcliffe plays the role of Wallace; a man who develops a growing connection with a woman who already has a partner.

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