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Daniel Radcliffe's ultra busy schedule post-Harry Potter

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Daniel Radcliffe's done with Harry Potter. But he's not short on jobs, publicity or promotion even as the Harry Potter movies have come to an end.

Radcliffe's filming one movie, getting ready for a return to Broadway, in ten days, he can be seen in Vogue's March issue. And when all that is said and done, he'll be filming another movie.

The next time Radcliff appears to the public is in Vogue's March issue. Radcliff appears in an Annie Liebovitz photo and gives a short interview about his upcoming role in the Broadway musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."

Radcliffe's been taking dance and vocal lessons for three years. The Vogue interview is a bit of a volley on Radcliffe's preparedness from one decade of the Harry Potter films into into maturer and unrelated roles.

Vogue's interviewer assures that Radcliffe is ready to 'bring it' to Broadway and describes Radcliffe as a a "Sondheim loving, Noel Coward -quoting musical theater nerd."

Radcliffe said he grew up on regional English productions of musicals such as 'Carousel' and 'Chicago,' musical theater that Radcliffe describes as "so sinister and sexy that it made him dizzy."

In 254 days, Radcliffe will be seen again on the big screen in 'The Woman in Black,' a 19th century ghost story. The former Harry Potter fellow stars as lawyer Arthur Kipps.

Kipps sets out to discover why he is being haunted by the ghost of a scorned woman.

Radcliffe was recently cast in the lead of another movie, an indie film titled "The Amateur Photographer." This film is written and directed by Christopher Monger. Monger wrote the screenplay for HBO's Temple Grandin, a film that swept the Emmy's.

'The Amateur Photographer' is set in the 1970s. It is the story of a young photographer who, when called upon, captures New England residents in their most intimate moments.

The movie is based on Monger's book of the same name. The last Harry Potter movie debuts this sumer.

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