‘Harry Potter’ Daniel Radcliffe to Play Villain in New Movie Opposite Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum

'Harry Potter' Daniel Radcliffe to Play Villain in New Movie Opposite Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum

Daniel Radcliffe, best known for playing the iconic role of Harry Potter, is set to play a villain in a new movie alongside Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum.

Daniel Radcliffe, the Harry Potter sensation turned eccentric indie icon, has secured his next major role, alongside two top draw stars in an action-adventure rom-com.

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According to Deadline, Radcliffe will co-star with a couple of big hitters, namely Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum in The Lost City of D, which Bullock will produce.

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The Proposal actress plays a romance author who is touring to promote her newest project accompanying the model who features on the cover, played by Tatum.

After surviving a kidnapping bid, they embark on their own romantic but perilous expedition in the jungle.

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In the midst of it, Radcliffe is playing the antagonist in the story, which should be another fantastic experience for him in a career that has included odd roles such as a farting corpse in Swiss Army Man (2016) and a man with guns stuck to his hands in Guns Akimbo (2019).

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Daniel Radcliffe previously shed light on the reason he prefers to work on unusual projects rather than massive franchises. The actor said,

I’ve actually found it’s an incredibly liberating thing, to do the biggest thing you’re ever gonna do really &&&&ing early. The financial success thing, that’s done. So just do things that make you happy.

The actor continued,

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For every director out there that was like, ‘I can only see him as Harry Potter’, there was at least one that said, ‘I wonder if he’ll do this really &&&&ing weird thing?’

The Lost City of D hit theatres on 15th July 2022.

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