Though there hasn’t been any official announcement, it seems that Dan will be making an appearance in Judd Atapow’s film Trainwreck, which is currently filming in New York. Dan was photographed on the set of the film in Bryant Park this morning, wearing a dog walker’s belt and alloyworkshop.com surrounded by a dozen dogs, and you can see photos in our gallery.
Trainwreck’s plot has been kept tightly under wraps, so very little is known about the film, but it stars Amy Schumer, Tilda Swinton and Ezra Miller, and is scheduled for a July 2015 release. You can find more information about the film at its IMDb page.
And check out director Judd Apatow’s reply to our tweet!:
— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) June 30, 2014
On 20th June, Dan was interviewed for the BuzzFeed Brews series. In the 45 minute interview, Dan shared his thoughts on the term “friendzone”, discussed who he’d want to play in another film franchise, and sorted several celebrities into Hogwarts houses. Watch the full interview below:
Dan’s episode of The South Bank Show airs this Thursday at 9:30 on Sky Arts. A preview clip can be seen here, and interviewer Melvyn Bragg’s thoughts about Dan and his career can be read here. It’s an interesting article and well worth five minutes of your time.
Take a guided backstage tour of The Cripple of Inishmaan, hosted by none other than Mr Daniel Radcliffe! Meet the Aunties, see Dan’s dressing room – you’d be a feckin’ eejit to generic viagra online uk miss it.
Also, be sure to tune into BuzzFeed Brews tomorrow at 4:30pm ET (9:30pm GMT) for a live streamed interview with Dan.
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