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Topic - Dane Dehaan
It's rare to see a filmmaker grow by leaps and bounds in the mere two years between the release of a film and its follow-up. But writer-director Derek Cianfrance has pulled off one of the most impressive artistic growth spurts imaginable with his new release, the intimate yet epic "The Place Beyond the Pines."
Daniel Radcliffe doesn't mind hearing that schoolgirls were staking him out at Utah's Sundance Film Festival, hoping for a Harry Potter sighting.
Daniel Radcliffe doesn't mind hearing that schoolgirls were staking him out at the Sundance Film Festival, hoping for a Harry Potter sighting.
Associated Press journalists open their notebooks at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah:
Some unknown kids with superpowers have nudged out the actor who plays the world's most famous teen wizard at the weekend box office.
What happens when you give a trio of teen boys superpowers? Maybe they'll goof off. Or wreck a major city in a fit of adolescent angst. In "Chronicle," they do both.