Daniel Radcliffe To Star In Adaptation Of Joe Hill’s Horns
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The film version of Hill’s novel Horns is in the hands of horror director Alexandre Aja (Haute Tension, The Hills Have Eyes), and now the film has found its leading man.
Continuing down the horror road of success, Daniel Radcliffe who stared in last years very successful horror flick The Women In Black, has now been cast to play Ig Perrish, a man who wakes up one morning to find his girlfriend raped and murdered. To make matters worse, he has acquired a pair of rather unsightly horns on his head that have the power to influence people and also grant Ig a dose of psychic mojo. In contrast to The Woman in Black‘s classic Victorian ghost story, Horns is both brutal and sexy, and its protagonist is more of an anti-hero than he is a hero. This may well be a further move on Radcliffe’s part to shed his child-star image of the conquering good guy from Harry Potter.
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