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He’s Here He’s Here!!

Tipster informs us that, after days of speculation, Daniel Radcliffe is on College Walk RIGHT NOW filming Kill Your Darlings, where he plays Allen Ginsberg.  Run out and see him, kids!


The Boy Who Lived

Photo courtesy of Brian Wu, SEAS ’15

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I’m not on campus! Someone cast Incarcerous so he can’t leave!

    1. fangirl says:

      @fangirl Harry Potter tied up in ropes? EEEEEEEEEEEEEK

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous somebody tell him he’s a scumboni

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Is he still there?? Deciding whether to run outside.

  • For those of us says:

    @For those of us horny and undersexed males who expected Emma Watson to grace our presence for four years, we are not satisfied.

    1. Severus says:

      @Severus Clearly, fame isn’t everything.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous he has a small penis

  • Voldemort says:

    @Voldemort is cooler

  • Yaeh says:

    @Yaeh Expect to see Elizabeth Olsen soon as well as she is a star in the film.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Is Michael C Hall on campus too? He’s playing David Kammerer in the film apparently.

  • i hope says:

    @i hope the filming will take more than just today so i can fangirl when i get back on campus

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Wait, wasn’t there an Allen Ginsberg film with James Franco? WTF?

  • Wait says:

    @Wait Seriously, if anyone sees Michael C Hall, post it, that is sooo much more exciting to me than Daniel Radcliffe

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous you fucking hipster

  • Kill Your Darlings, or... says:

    @Kill Your Darlings, or... its alternate title, “That Actor who Plays Harry Potter and the Quest for Legitimacy”

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I think most people feel like he already more or less legitimized himself in Equus and How to Succeed

      1. CC '14 says:

        @CC '14 I didn’t see Equus so I can’t speak to that, but in How to Succeed he danced very well but his vocals made it painfully clear that he was picked for his name and not his skills.

      2. Well says:

        @Well His horror movie, The Woman in Black, did incredibly well. They’re thinking about making a sequel. If Kill Your Darlings is a success, I think we can safely say that he can find success outside of the franchise.

        1. CC '14 says:

          @CC '14 I think it’s safe to say that he will find success outside of the franchise because he has a group of fans from the franchise who will follow him wherever he goes. We’re debating whether he will actually become a respected actor by those who didn’t grow up watching him on screen as Harry Potter.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous accio dignity!

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