Ryan Lochte tried to explain what happened at that Rio gas station, but words and sincerity aren't exactly his strong suit. (Celebitchy) Speedo has dropped Lochte and is giving his sponsorship fee to a Brazilian charity. Way to be.....
Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe took several career detours to ensure people remember him for more than boy wizardry, and Rupert Grint just signed on for a TV role that sounds nothing like lil' Ron Weasley.
“I know some really fking racist people, friends I vehemently disagree with,” actor Danielle Radcliffe recently declared in an interview for The Hollywood Reporter. “They’re not white supremacists, they would never be that extreme, but...Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe’s newest role in Imperium follows CSI agent Nate Foster, who goes undercover in a White Supremacist group. IGN published the newest movie poster, and some exclusive behind-the-scenes photos from the film: View more photos at IGN here. Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe's assured leading turn anchors this familiar neo-Nazi thriller.
Daniel Radcliffe is giving us an inside look at the world of white supremacy in his latest film, "Imperium."
Rupert Grint, the English actor, rose to fame through his portrayal of Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter film franchise, with the trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint immortalizing the on-screen characters of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley in the film versions of the Harry Potter franchise. Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe will make you give terrorism and white supremacy another thought. Really. The actor everyone (still) knows as Harry Potter gives a surprisingly nuanced performance while playing a young FBI agent who goes undercover...Show More Summary
Lizzy Caplan and Daniel Radcliffe speak quite highly of their co-star Michael Caine in our exclusive preview for Now You See Me 2.
Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe have both donated to the Jeans for Refugees project, joining over 100 other celebrities in raising money for the International Rescue Committee (IRC). Emma, Dan and other stars (including Elton John,...Show More Summary
The star of Imperium and director Daniel Ragussis discuss "How To Make Friends and Terrorize People." The star of Imperium and director Daniel Ragussis discuss "How To Make Friends and Terrorize People." Several actors have donned the squiggly tattoos and shorn scalps of neo-Nazis in order to play against type at a key career moment. Show More Summary
“Imperium” is a film that offers moviegoers the sight of Daniel Radcliffe as a young FBI agent who infiltrates a white supremacist organization, occasionally being forced to spew racist invective. As premises go, it's an undeniably odd...Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe was not a "terribly-adjusted pain in the ass" on the set of "Now You See Me 2," which was a bummer for Lizzy Caplan.
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If the Ghostbusters reboot ruined your childhood, you’re going to love seeing Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe shave his head and shout racial slurs. It’s not what you think. In the heady new thriller Imperium, Radcliffe convincingly plays an FBI agent sent undercover to take down a white supremacist group from within. Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe might be 27 now but he will always cherish the years he got to play the iconic role of The Boy Who Lived. The British actor gave life to Harry Potter’s character in eight films. As reported by E! Online, Radcliffe talked about how people would approach and thank him for being a... Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe has chosen a number of interesting roles since leaving the “Harry Potter” series behind. The actor’s latest turn as an FBI agent who goes undercover as a white supremacist in the upcoming film “Imperium” is no exception. The...Show More Summary
Early press for writer-director Daniel Ragussis’ feature debut Imperium largely concentrated on one thing: the “holy shit” factor of Daniel Radcliffe as a white supremacist. And it is unsettling to see him spouting racial slurs, giving Nazi salutes, and wearing a white power T-shirt as undercover FBI agent Nate Foster. Show More Summary
Daniel Radcliffe dives into yet another Harry Potter-erasing role in “Imperium,” a chilling, surprisingly effective crime thriller involving white supremacy. It’s a film and a topic that takes on extra resonance at this particular moment in American politics. Inspired by the experiences of former...