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milyxradcliffe:

Daniel Radcliffe - The Cripple Of Inishmaan Opening Day [April 20, 2014]

milyxradcliffe:

Daniel Radcliffe - The Cripple Of Inishmaan Opening Day [April 20, 2014]

rocket-raccoolstorybro:

The play was great, and as always, Daniel was brilliant! I know I’m always shoving him aside for that damn Tom Hiddleston crush that came out of nowhere, but Dan is my forever boo. I always make a special trip to NYC just to see him perform live. Tonight I was restarted my thirst. LOL

radcliffe-fans:

Dan at a private screening for his movie “What If”!

radcliffe-fans:

Dan at a private screening for his movie “What If”!

chickensbuttegg:

http://www.vulture.com/2014/04/james-franco-denzel-washington-broadway-dressing-rooms.html#photo=4x00003
Daniel Radcliffe, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Cort Theatre
What’s here: “I have a pillow my mom’s friend had made which has GOOD LUCK DAN in Gaelic and the island of Inishmaan on it. Plus Ricola, Listerine, and foam massage rollers. On How to Succeed, I learned when you’re doing a show eight times a week you’ve got to take care of your body.”
Plus some gifts: “My character talks quite a bit about cows—there’s a running joke—so I’ll probably end up with a lot of stuffed cows and bells. When I did Equus, I got horses, which I don’t understand because my character had a pretty weird relationship with horses. And the artwork you get at stage door is sometimes amazing and sometimes scary. People draw my eyes massive—sometimes I think, Jesus Christ, I look like anime.”

chickensbuttegg:

http://www.vulture.com/2014/04/james-franco-denzel-washington-broadway-dressing-rooms.html#photo=4x00003

Daniel Radcliffe, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Cort Theatre

What’s here: “I have a pillow my mom’s friend had made which has GOOD LUCK DAN in Gaelic and the island of Inishmaan on it. Plus Ricola, Listerine, and foam massage rollers. On How to Succeed, I learned when you’re doing a show eight times a week you’ve got to take care of your body.”

Plus some gifts: “My character talks quite a bit about cows—there’s a running joke—so I’ll probably end up with a lot of stuffed cows and bells. When I did Equus, I got horses, which I don’t understand because my character had a pretty weird relationship with horses. And the artwork you get at stage door is sometimes amazing and sometimes scary. People draw my eyes massive—sometimes I think, Jesus Christ, I look like anime.”