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Woman In Black UK Teaser Poster Is Here
Daniel Radcliffe gets scary...

24 August 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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If you attended Empire Presents...Big Screen you've already caught a sneak peek at this UK teaser poster for The Woman In Black - but if not, here it is in all its unsettlingly creepy glory. Former boy wizard Daniel Radcliffe may find himself wishing for a handy spell or two as he discovers things that go bump in the night.

The plot, as those of you who have read Susan Hill's book or seen the stage adaptation may know, follows a young lawyer sent to wrap up a deceased client's affairs in a remote small town. Once there, however, he finds more than he bargained for, and things get a bit worrisome.

 

For more on The Woman In Black, pick up the new issue of Empire.

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The film itself opens in UK cinemas on February 10, 2012 - and if you want to see Radcliffe before that, we highly recommend a trip to New York and tickets to see him in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying on Broadway.

If you want a chance to win a Radcliffe-signed copy of this poster, head on over to the movie's facebook page right here.


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Your Comments

Great trailer.
I genuinely believe it could be a great film. It looks like they've captured the mood really well. Let's be honest, it all relies on Radcliffe's performance so we'll have to wait and see. More

Posted by evildave69 at 04:16 on 25 August 2011 | Report This Post

The play scared the begeebies out of me....but so does Daniel Radcliffe......especially on chat shows....singing the element song.....all of it More

Posted by jameshrave at 20:06 on 24 August 2011 | Report This Post

Play to its strengths!
This poster is completely devoid of anything relating to the period of the piece. And while I was sceptical about the film the trailer really did get me on board because it nailed the macabre feeling of the play so well. They should play on that in all aspects of its promotion I think. This is a very generic poster that could be for any contemporary horror film... the Woman in Black is so much better than that! Still though, like I say... the trailer was great! More

Posted by pete_traynor at 16:51 on 24 August 2011 | Report This Post

This is a Hammer film
Can't wait! More

Posted by batfunk at 13:43 on 24 August 2011 | Report This Post


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