08:57 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 01/19/2013 01:00PM
On screen, Daniel Radcliffe's playing adult roles now. But offscreen, he's still a young wizard, conjuring up some magic with his Kill Your Darlings costar
Erin Darke – with the two seen sharing a kiss and a cuddle at the Sundance Film Festival Friday.
At the Grey Goose Vodka Lounge dinner at the Blue Door in Sundance for the movie Kill Your Darlings – about a 1944 murder involving the literary heroes of the Beat Generation, with the actor playing poet Allen Ginsberg – Radcliffe, 23, was having some fun by dancing with costar Michael C. Hall, who attended with his novelist girlfriend, Morgan Macgregor.
But it's Darke who seems to have a leg up with Radcliffe.
While Macgregor sat on the sofa flanked by Hall (his arm around her) and Radcliffe, Darke sat in the chair next to the couch and continuously rubbed Radcliffe's knee. They also shared a brief kiss.
Originally posted 03/19/2012 12:35PM
The glasses aren't new, but the curly hair sure is.
In a bit of casting against type, Daniel Radcliffe is playing Beat Generation poet Allen Ginsberg in a movie now shooting in Brooklyn Kill Your Darlings – and this is among the very first looks of the Harry Potter star in character.
The independent film tells the real-life story of the young Ginsberg's meeting fellow Beat legends Jack Kerouac (On the Road) and Lucien Carr in 1944 and of the murder of Carr's former English teacher, David Kammerer, which resulted in a sensational trial and Carr's imprisonment.
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