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There are some wildly passionate scenes with co-star Dane De Haan. ’ The things directors have shouted to me in the past usually involve which way I have to look to see the dragon.” As soon as the run of The Cripple of Inishmaan ends, he’ll play a hunchback: Igor, the servant to Frankenstein, in a remake by Max Landis that Radcliffe describes as “the most exciting script coming out of the big studios I have read”.Describing the fast, unsparing experience of those shots, he has joked that Krokidas gave him his best-ever director’s note: “When we started kissing, I was too hesitant, and John went, 'No! Straight after that, he’ll be off to Japan to shoot another film, Tokyo Vice, in which he stars as an American crime reporter called Jake Adelstein who risked life and limb investigating the Japanese underworld. For Inishmaan, “Dan”, as he likes to be called, has arrived at rehearsals not only with all the lines learnt, but physically and vocally ready for the part.I feel like 'child-star prick’ is the image many people have of actors who started young; that’s the stereotype you’re coming up against.” That could easily sound aggrieved, but he says it with a laugh.
“The most wonderful thing I hear is people coming up and saying 'Thank you for my childhood’, which still blows my mind but is very sweet.
Having succeeded in show business without really trying, he now has to consolidate childhood’s achievements in adulthood.
“I don’t want anyone to ever say that I don’t belong where I am,” he admits.
You can end up provoking a huge range of reactions.” Radcliffe is in the early stages of rehearsing Martin Mc Donagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, an uproariously funny, dazzlingly intelligent modern classic, set on the Aran Island of Inishmaan off the west coast of Ireland, and not seen in London since its 1996 National Theatre premiere.
It is his first appearance in the West End since his triumphant 2007 debut in Peter Shaffer’s Equus.
A couple of years ago, the British theatre director Michael Grandage was dining with Daniel Radcliffe in New York when, across the restaurant, a young girl recognised Radcliffe as the star of the Harry Potter films.