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Daniel Radcliffe stars in “Horns” as Ig Perrish, a young man who tragically lost his girlfriend Merrin (Juno Temple) after she was viciously raped and murdered. The cast of “Horns” also includes Heather Graham, David Morse, James Remar, Max Minghella and Kathleen Quinlan. Keith Bunin wrote the screenplay based on the bestselling book by Joe Hill, son of Stephen King.
In this video Daniel is talking to Honeysuckle Magazine’s Dorri Olds. He is sitting with Joe Hill and Juno Temple and they were enjoying each other’s company and joking around. They discuss sex before marriage, snakes, special effects and how many genres were in “Horns.” The film includes horror, sci-fi, romance, comedy, drama. Radcliffe said he likes that.
Dorri Olds: What do you think about the fact that this film has so many genres all in one?
Daniel Radcliffe: I think we live in a world where people are obsessed with the categorization of things, and I like that this is very hard to pin down. If you can describe a movie and do it justice in one sentence, it’s probably not a very good movie. This one takes many sentences to define.”
“Horns” is playing now and available On Demand. Rated R. 120 minutes.
Article by Dorri Olds