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Daniel Radcliffe leads latest “Woman In Black” teaser

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Just in time for Black Friday (very clever, CBS Films), we’re getting a brand new sneak peek at “The Woman In Black,” next year’s supernatural ghost story that stars Daniel Radcliffe in his first real post-Potter stab at superstardom. We have it below.

Directed by James Watkins, “Black” casts Radcliffe as a young attorney who travels to an abandoned home to settles the affairs of a deceased woman yet learns that her spirit might not be ready to leave her home just yet.

The early trailers have ladled on gothic mood, with Radcliffe reacting to genuinely disturbing imagery. To his credit, we don’t see Harry Potter, but a new character being explored by a talented actor still finding his niche.

The film’s an adaptation of Susan Hill’s novel. It will be in theaters on Feb. 3, 2012. Here’s the new clip. Let us know what you think:

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