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Most recently, Killer produced Ramin Bahrani's new film AT ANY PRICE starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron, Sebastian Silva's MAGIC MAGIC starring Michael Cera, Juno Temple and Emily Browning and John Krokidas's debut feature KILL YOUR DARLINGS starring Daniel Radcliffe, Ben Foster, Jack Huston, and Elizabeth Olsen.
He's also worked in theatre, having made his Broadway debut in Sam Mendes's stage version of Cabaret, and will next be seen in the upcoming Kill Your Darlings with Daniel Radcliffe and Elizabeth Olsen.
Daniel, 23, said his scene with Dane DeHaan in Kill Your Darlings was "sincere, passionate and romantic".
2 Daniel Radcliffe, 22, (Films) pounds 54m (up pounds 6million from last year) Harry Potter is over but Daniel's still had a wizard year with roles in The Woman In Black and Kill Your Darlings upping his fortune.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is set to play gay beat generation poet Allen Ginsberg in John Krokidas upcoming thriller Kill Your Darlings , TwitchFilm.
Krokidas's latest film, Kill Your Darlings, which he cowrote and will direct, is about a murder that brought Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, and Jack Kerouac together, and will star Chris Evans and Jesse Eisenberg.
8/10 KID LOCO: Kill Your Darlings (Bella Union) - Includes the marvellous Three Feet High Reefer.
html) Vulture writes : "Daniel Radcliffe has Sundance audiences buzzing for his work in the John Krokidas6directed Kill Your Darlings a[bar]While there's been plenty of chatter about the kiss both actors share a and the pivotal gay sex scene that Radcliffe has later in the film a the role is most notable for how convincingly Radcliffe is able to put Harry Potter behind him in order to disappear into a new character (albeit one with another set of distinctive eyeglasses).