It's hard to believe that filming on the "Harry Potter" film franchise is over after more than a decade, but seeing star Daniel Radcliffe in costume for his new flick "The Woman in Black" certainly nails the point home. UK newspaper The Telegraph has the photograph, which shows the 21-year-old actor clad in Victorian-era clothing and surrounded by cameras.
This will be Radcliffe's third non-"Potter" film ever, and the first he's started filming since principle photography on "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" wrapped. The other two films were 2001's "The Tailor of Panama" and 2007's "December Boys." He is also signed on to an upcoming adaptation of "All Quiet On The Western Front."
Radcliffe plays lawyer Arthur Kipps in "The Woman in Black," a young solicitor sent to a remote village to take care of a client's affairs after their death. However, during his stay he is repeatedly haunted by the ghost of a scorned woman, and must turn to the local villagers to learn the significance of her appearance. Filming will continue through December around the United Kingdom.
Is it a shock to see Radcliffe not in costume for a "Potter" film? Are you looking forward to his upcoming films?