The face of the highest-grossing movie franchise of all time obviously never got the memo that big stars aren’t supposed to spend two days submerging themselves in a tank filled with frigid, viscous brown goo. That, however, is just what Daniel Radcliffe did while shooting his new gothic horror movie, “The Woman in Black.” It opens Friday. He was happy to do it, thanks. The 22-year-old actor was eager to prove he has plenty of magic left for his first major film role since “Harry Potter” ended. “It was very cold, but because of my kind of slight Napoleon complex of being a little shorter, I kind of feel that I have to tough it out and prove to everybody that I can do it,” Radcliffe tells The News. “I think it was about a day and a half before I asked for a blanket. “We had to stop a couple of times because I couldn’t put up with the cold,” he says. “It was a long, tough shoot, but it was great. It was good fun.” Based on the 1983 novel by Susan Hill, “The Woman in Black” is the tale of widowed lawyer Arthur Kipps (Radcliffe), who is… Read full this story
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