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Watch: 'Horns' Star Daniel Radcliffe Teases the 'Best Death' At Comic-Con

Photo of Shipra Gupta By Shipra Gupta | Indiewire July 25, 2014 at 9:15PM

"The Boy Who Lived" stopped by the Indiewire/In Demand video lounge at Comic-Con this year to tease us with "one of the best film deaths ever" in his new film "Horns."
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This year Indiewire, in partnership with In Demand, is hosting a video lounge at Comic-Con, where some of the biggest names in film and television are going to stop by to talk about the projects they are representing at the convention.

Today, Daniel "The Boy Who Lived" Radcliffe stopped by the Movies On Demand Lounge to chat with host Camille Ford about his new film "Horns," which hits theaters this Halloween.

READ MORE Toronto Review: Daniel Radcliffe Plays Impressively Against Type, But Alexandre Aja's Dark Supernatural Dramedy 'Horns' Is Devilishly Uneven

In "Horns," Radcliffe plays a brooding young man who, in the aftermath of his girlfriend's rape and murder, is not only accused of committing the crime, but also, rather mysteriously, ends up sprouting devil's horns. As Radcliffe's character tries to uncover the truth behind his girlfriend's death, the horns continue to grow. According to Radcliffe, the killing of one character is "one of the best film deaths ever." 

You can watch the full interview with Radcliffe below, and whet your appetite for the film by checking out our post on the teaser, which was released earlier this month.


This article is related to: Daniel Radcliffe, Daniel Radcliffe, Horns, Horns, Comic-Con, Comic Con 2014, San Diego Comic-Con, Comic Con International: San Diego, InDemand





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