There have been only 8 months since Daniel Radcliffe went for the last time the skin apprentice wizard Harry Potter in the fantasy adventure “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″, but British actor aged 22 years put distance between himself and famous alter-ego with each challenging role that you accept after playing a lawyer haunted by ghosts in horror with box-office success “The Woman in Black”, embody the homosexual poet Allen Ginsberg in the thriller with biographical elements “Kill Your Darlings“.
Surprised on the set of New York distribution company colleague Dane DeHaan, who gives life to Lucien Carr, Daniel Radcliffe has not given up a pair of round glasses reminiscent of Harry Potter, but exhibited a completely different haircut, with longer and curly hair, parted on the left, while the cream collar sweater, brown pants, gray tweed coat and scarf him jump into the atmosphere of the 40′s – 50′s.
Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan left the impression that the company is comfortable with one another, although some scenes were filmed intimate connection obviously strong affection between characters Allen Ginsberg and Lucien Carr, taking by the hand and neck, looking languid in the eyes and running down a street embrace, at one point Daniel sitting on the pavement from Brooklyn and Dane leaning his head in his lap. In the break between two rounds of shooting, Radcliffe was photographed by the Daily Mail journalists and giving his glasses off and lit a cigarette after changed in a trenchcoat and a pair of beige trousers, shirt and tie.
From the distribution thriller “Kill Your Darlings” also includes Elizabeth Olsen, Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ben Foster, Kyra Sedgwick and Jack Huston, and directed by newcomer John Krokidas is signed, who is also author of the screenplay with Austin Bunn, subject watching her on Allen Ginsberg, Lucien Carr, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac laid the foundation movement Beat Revolution in New York, experiencing drug and intimate contact with same sex, writing works that were to make them famous and testing and friendship after Lucien Carr stabbed him to death alleged lover David Kammerer in a park and was later arrested and running two years in prison.