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Daniel Radcliffe in new “Woman In Black” clip, motion poster


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: CBS Films recently world premiered a new clip from Daniel Radcliffe’s “The Woman In Black,” which is generating a lot of attention for its designation of being the actor’s first high-profile gig after the massive “Harry Potter” franchise. A full trailer has been floating around online for months (we’re posting it below), but if you want to see the new one-minute tease, visit Spike TV’s official site.

Radcliffe plays a young lawyer summoned to a deserted mansion – the prototypical haunted house – to settle a deceased woman’s affairs. Guess what he finds? Yes, you are right. He finds spirits. But he also meets resistance from the local townsfolk who don’t want him uncovering some of the area’s darkest secrets.

We’re all anxious to see what Radcliffe can do outside of the “Harry Potter” realm, but as the marketing materials continue to flow online, “The Lady In Black” is shaping up to look like a legitimately creepy horror film.

In addition to the clip screened on Spike TV during the SCREAM Awards, CBS Films also revealed an interactive poster for the film that grows increasingly scary the more you move your mouse over it. Give it a try HERE.

“The Lady In Black” opens Feb. 3 in theaters nationwide.

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