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Harry Potter gets demonic in teaser for ‘HORNS’

Harry Potter gets demonic in teaser for ‘HORNS’

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Daniel Radcliffe has attempted to distance himself from his role as Harry Potter but it has been a trying journey to say the least. With many of Radcliffe’s other ventures being extremely lackluster compared to the “Harry Potter” film franchise, he continually finds himself identified as a character rather than an actor. “Horns” could be the film that re-identifies his career. It already has a strong fan following from the book it was based on and with the Halloween release, it’s sure to draw out the crowds. Take a look at the teaser trailer below.


I have not read the book so I don’t know what to expect from this film. I think it’s a good move for Radcliffe because audiences will be able to identify with his character more being in the mystical/magical realm and he can distance himself from “Harry Potter” in a darker role. From the trailer it looks intriguing but perhaps some fans can enlighten us on the premise of the story. What do all of you think?

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