Daniel Radcliffe Shows Off "Creepy Victoriana" on the Set of The Woman in Black [video]
01.05.12 by Mandy
Daniel Radcliffe gave ET Canada a look at the set for the upcoming movie adaptation of Susan Hill's novel, The Woman in Black. While the old house looked decidedly creepy and spooky in the trailers with the muted color palate created by the movie's dark lighting, the Victorian toys and furniture look even scarier when the bright, garish colors are revealed by a TV crew. Though the movie is based on a good old-fashioned ghost story, Radcliffe is adamant that the set is not haunted, and the actor is also amazed at the size of Victorian-era spiders.
Along with the new behind-the-scenes clip, there is also a new television spot out for the movie. Like most scary movies, the spot leaves us thinking: Why doesn't he just grab the papers and work on them in some office, not in that awful house? Hopefully there will be an adequate answer to that question when the movie opens on February 3rd.
The Woman in Black was written by Jane Goldman and directed by James Watkins. It co-stars Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer, and Shaun Dooley.