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Daniel Radcliffe says new projects keep him from missing Potter

HollywoodNews.com: Daniel Radcliffe has been busy since he wrapped filming on the seventh and final “Harry Potter” film several months ago, with several upcoming projects–he’ll star in the Broadway show “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” as well as three new movies: “The Woman In Black,” “All Quiet On The Western Front,” and “The Journey Is The Destination.”

Says the actor, 21, of his demanding schedule: “Working is how I will best get through a very weird time. I know it’s the most constructive thing I can do because otherwise I’d be moping around and being a bit like, ‘Oh, I miss everyone’. So I’m quite pleased to go on to the next thing and the next challenge.”

“The Woman in Black”, a horror adaptation whose script kept Radcliffe “jumping and gasping” when he first read it, should allow audiences to see the boy who famously played The Boy Who Lived in a different way–literally. “People really have only ever seen my face with glasses on it…that’s going to change in this movie.”

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  • August 2, 2010 | Permalink |

    I’m really happy that Daniel Radcliffe has work lined up for him. It will really help his career. I’m really excited for Woman in Black!

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