One of Daniel Radcliffe’s next projects (he’s currently shooting ‘The F-Word’) will be ‘Horns’, by the director of ‘The Hills Have Eyes’, and Radcliffe is raving about the project and the script’s originality.
In a new interview with MTV News, he says, "The script is so good, the story," Radcliffe told MTV News recently about why he was attracted to the film, which starts shooting this fall. "There's nothing really, I think, that can be so exciting to an actor as an original idea. It's an original idea that's tackled in an original, fresh and vibrant way."
"There are opportunities, especially at the beginning of the script, for some very dark humor," he continued. "It's a script that, as it goes on, becomes really very emotional. It has the potential to be very moving and kind of heartbreaking, really."
He adds that they are trying to avoid replicating ‘Hellboy’, saying, “"Hellboy is what we're trying to avoid. It's not that on-the-nose. It is interesting. There will be a lot of prosthetics involved towards the end, because some terrible things happen to my character."
Radcliffe has shown that he has box office power on his name alone with the huge opening for his first major post-Potter role, ‘Woman in Black’, which was released by CBS Films earlier this year.