Whoa, talk about big weekend for Daniel Radcliffe and fans.
First, Radcliffe’s new film, The Lady In Black, debuted to overall rave reviews this weekend.
I couldn’t get on Twitter or Facebook without seeing a post about how great it was, and although the majority of print reviews claim the film adaptation of the 1983 thriller fiction novel of the same name uses some tried-and-true techniques for scaring us silly, Los Angeles Times calls it “a good, old-fashioned ghost yarn of the Victorian Gothic persuasion,” The Hollywood Reporter says it’s a “nifty old-school horror film,” and NPR reminds us there’s a reason these techniques are “time-honored”:
[...] keep you on edge, they definitely do.
Oh, and The Boston Globe says Radcliffe is now “in for the long haul.”
Then, Radcliffe admits that he used to show up on the Harry Potter set drunk.