Former Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is in the final negotiations for his role in the upcoming Max Landis adaptation, of the classic Mary Shelley tale Frankenstein. Daniel has been talking about appearing in the movie, claiming that it is by far the best script that he has read since leaving Harry Potter.
During a chat with Empire magazine, Radcliffe revealed, "If I remember correctly, the script said, 'Frankenstein By Max Landis, Based On (The America Popular Culture Zeitgeist Interpretation of) Mary Shelley's Frankenstein'.".
He then went on to say, "It's far and away the best script I've read coming out of a big studio in the time that I've been off Potter. It's definitely going to be unusual."
During the interview, Daniel Radcliffe went on to speak about a wide variety of things, including his upcoming movie Horns. Daniel stars in the movie Horns, alongside Juno Temple, James Remar and Kelli Garner. Horns is due to open on October 11 in the US, while it is yet to announce its official release date for the UK.
Meanwhile, The Max Landis Frankenstein movie will begin filming later in the year, with a release date planned for late 2014.