Daniel Radcliffe Discusses ‘The Woman In Black’ With Even More Teeth Clenching Clips

(Written for BritScene)

With Hammer Horror’s The Woman In Black soon to be released, we have two new clips to scare you into seeing this film next month, as well as a clip of British actor Daniel Radcliffe discussing his role in the film on British talk show, The Jonathon Ross Show.

The Woman In Black follows Radcliffe as a young lawyer in the 1900s who sets about to uncover the truth of a mysterious ghost set on vengeance dressed all in black. When he travels to a remote English village on further exploration into the village’s secrets, he learns that children there routinely die under mysterious circumstances, and begins to encounter fearful visions of the female figure he was warned about.

The two new clips show us more frightening situations the Radcliffe’s character faces, from random figures to something crawling out of a puddle in the middle of his bed. As if we weren’t creeped out by the film’s numerous clips already.

The third video then shows Radcliffe talking to Jonathon Ross earlier this month (21st January), when he discussed his first film since his role as Harry Potter, Ross’ wife’s involvement with writing the script, and his recently announced role in Kill Your Darlings. In the clip, Radcliffe also discusses the film’s “great” story that has been adapted from Susan Hill’s horror novel of the same name, describing the film as a “British film we can be proud of”.

The Woman In Black also stars British actors Ciaran Hinds, Janet McTeer, Roger Allam, Tim McMullan, Shaun Dooley, Cathy Sara, David Burke, Victor McGuire, Lucy May Barker, Liz White, and Mary Stockley, and is set to be released on 3rd February.

View the clip of Daniel Radcliffe on The Jonathan Ross Show below, and the second two clips here:

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