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Originally posted 01/31/2012 10:00PM
There's no bad blood between Harry Potter costars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.
Despite an interview that Radcliffe recently did that "was blown out of proportion," the Woman in Black star says he and Grint, 23, are "very, very good friends."
"It's just ridiculous," Radcliffe, 22, told On Air with Ryan Seacrest. "Someone said, 'Are you in contact with Rupert and Emma [Watson] at the moment?' And I said, 'Emma and I have been texting recently, but Rupert and I never text.' "
Originally posted 01/06/2012 12:05PM
Daniel Radcliffe may be the star of one of the most popular movie franchises of all time, but he still has a thing or two to learn about dating.
Luckily the actor has found love with girlfriend Rosie Coker, a production assistant he met on the set of the last Harry Potter film.
"I hated dating, because I'm crap at it! With Rosie, I didn't know what was appropriate, like on which date you're supposed to try and kiss her," Radcliffe tells Sunday's Parade magazine.
Originally posted 08/19/2011 10:50AM
He may make the young women in the audience of his Broadway show How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying shriek when he shakes his compact little body during his dance numbers, but there's really only one person Daniel Radcliffe cares to succeed with: Rosanne Coker.
She's the one the Harry Potter star described as his "girlfriend at the moment, who I am very much in love with."
Only as late as Thursday, just as photos of her and Radcliffe strolling hand-in-hand together in New York surfaced, the young woman's identity remained a mystery.
Originally posted 08/18/2011 01:00PM
The Harry Potter series may be history, but Daniel Radcliffe is starring in a new love story of his own.
The actor, 22, was spotted walking hand-in-hand with a girlfriend in New York City Tuesday. He recently told Larry King that he's in a serious relationship, though he didn't name his leading lady.
"I've got a girlfriend at the moment, who I am very much in love with," Radcliffe told the talk show host in July. "So you know, we'll see where that goes."
Originally posted 07/12/2011 02:00PM
Originally posted 07/12/2011 11:35AM
Saying goodbye is never easy – especially for Muggles.
As hundreds of fans cheered them on, the Harry Potter trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint walked the red carpet together for what may be the last time ever at the U.S. premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 2 Monday night in New York City.
"It's been the most amazing roller coaster ride," Watson, 21, donning a curve-hugging Bottega Veneta gown, told reporters. Admitting she was feeling "emotional," Watson wore some precautionary waterproof mascara. (At last week's London world premiere, she cried. Her eyes stayed dry on Monday.)
For Radcliffe, also 21, growing up on the Potter movie set "was the most fantastic thing. There are no places more fun for a 12-year-old kid to be than a film set. It's like the ultimate playground. … It's been an exciting, bizarre, wonderful 10 years."
Originally posted 07/07/2011 06:00AM
Originally posted 07/05/2011 07:00AM
Daniel Radcliffe tried to conjure his own magical powers with whiskey, the Harry Potter star admits – but the 21-year-old has been dry since last August.
"I became so reliant on [alcohol] to enjoy stuff," Radcliffe, now starring in Broadway's How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, tells the new issue of GQ magazine.
In particular, Radcliffe reveals to GQ (and widely quoted in U.K. newspapers), his drinking became an issue on the set of 2009's Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – though, luckily for him, photographers weren't around.
"I really got away with that because there were many instances when a paparazzi shot like that could have been taken," he says.
Originally posted 05/03/2011 09:25AM
One of the most star-heavy Broadway seasons in recent memory has not resulted in a big-name lineup in nominations for this year's 65th annual Tony Awards, celebrating the best of the bright White Way.
Besides a snubbed Robin Williams in the drama Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Chris Rock in The Motherf----- in the Hat, Jim Belushi in Born Yesterday and Daniel Radcliffe in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying – though his costar John Larroquette and the show itself were nominated – also overlooked was the entire cast (as well as the revival itself) of the drama That Championship Season: Brian Cox, Jim Gaffigan, Chris Noth, Jason Patric and Kiefer Sutherland.
Clearly, the show to beat is the comedic musical The Book of Mormon, from the South Park duo of Matt Stone and Trey Parker. It received 14 nominations, only one nod shy of the record 15 nominations that went to Mel Brooks's 2001 The Producers.
Originally posted 04/28/2011 08:15AM
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