Daniel Radcliffe is no stranger to premieres - the man must have 6000 suits in his wardrobe - but last night's The Woman In Black gala at London's Royal Festival Hall must have felt like a stroll in the park after the Pottermania of years gone by. The actor strolled the Black carpet, with director James Watkins and screenwriter Jane Goldman, to talk spooks and the supernatural.
Radcliffe plays Arthur Kipps in the film, a solicitor sent to a grand old country pile to sort out an elderly lady's legal affects after her death. Before you can say "HOLY SHIT! THERE'S A BLOODY GHOST!", a vengeful spectre takes a turn for the malevolent and things get scary, quickly.
Hammer Films' adaptation of Susan Hill's novel-turned-play, the seriously spooky trailer, is creeping in mist-shrouded fashion towards a cinema release.The Woman In Black is out in a cinema near you on February 10.
Oh Daniel, you ARE terribly, terribly posh. Perfect for the role of Arthur Kipps though, should be a show stopper, I saw the West-End version about two years ago... blew my bloomin socks off!