The F Word
Daniel Radcliffe is Wallace in “The F Word”, released 2013.
According to Variety:
After eight “Harry Potter” films and a handful of dark indies, Daniel Radcliffe is ready to tackle a new chapter of his career: the romantic comedy. Radcliffe and “Ruby Sparks” star Zoe Kazan are set to topline “The F Word,” an indie pic from No Trace Camping whose title refers to the dreaded “friend” zone. “Goon” helmer Michael Dowse is set to direct from a script by Elan Mastai (“The Samaritan”) that appeared on the 2008 Black List.
Comedic tale finds Radcliffe venturing to be the first male to have a successfully platonic relationship with a girl he likes (Kazan), only to find out she’s already in a relationship.
David Gross and Jesse Shapira of No Trace Camping (“Goon”) will produce along with Marc Stephenson and Hartley Gorenstein. Dowse and Jeff Arkuss will exec produce with NHO Entertainment’s Mark Costa and Ford Oelman.
Pic is based on the play “Toothpaste and Cigars” by T.J. Dawe and Michael Rinaldi. Production starts Aug. 15 in Toronto, and additional casting is under way.
Since graduating from the “Harry Potter” franchise, Radcliffe has toplined CBS Films’ sleeper hit “The Woman in Black,” which grossed more than $127 million worldwide. Thesp, who recently signed on to star in Mandalay Pictures’ adaptation of Joe Hill’s horror novel “Horns,” will next be seen playing Allen Ginsberg in John Krokidas’ indie “Kill Your Darlings.” He also earned strong reviews for his Broadway stint in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
Radcliffe is repped by UTA, Artist Rights Group and attorney Fred Toczek. … Attorneys Jamie Feldman of LGNA&F and Arthur Evrensel of Heenan Blaikie are repping the production.