Daniel Radcliffe says everything, everywhere, at once should be a major contender for awards season

Daniel Radcliffe has been part of some of Hollywood’s biggest films, with a big reason being his performance in the Harry Potter films as the main character. His next film, Bizarre: the story of Al Yankovic, is sure to grab attention as Radcliffe transforms into Weird Al, taking fans on a journey through the parody singer’s life. Although the actor is promoting his new film ahead of the premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Radcliffe was still able to share his praise for another original film that hit theaters earlier this year.

Everything everywhere all at once follows an aging Chinese immigrant caught up in a crazy adventure in which only she can save the world by exploring other universes related to the life she could have led. The film is unique with its concept and manages to take every risk it takes, leading to a whopping 95% score on Rotten Tomatoes. The film is directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who have collaborated with Radcliffe in the past on Swiss army man, another A24 production. During an interview with Collider at TIFF, Radcliffe expressed his love and shared some praise Everything everywhere all at once.

“But I think it’s… There’s no denying what this movie did, and how they made this crazy movie full of the biggest ideas and the craziest storytelling.” But it’s also still incredibly beautiful, heartfelt and funny, and fun all the time. It’s the best movie I’ve seen in years. It should suit everyone, I think. And yeah. It makes me… It’s weird to have one of my favorite movies directed by people I know now. It’s very… It’s a bit embarrassing. I feel weird talking to them about it, but it is. It’s incredible. »

Radcliffe could team up with Daniel’s duo again, as he was no doubt impressed with their work on Everything, Everywhere, All at Once.

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Daniel Radcliffe joins Eric Appel in their next project

Daniel Radcliffe is ready for a transformative performance when Bizarre: the story of Al Yankovic is coming to the Roku Channel later this year on November 4. The film “explores every facet of Yankovic’s life, from his meteoric rise to fame with early hits like ‘Eat It’ and ‘Like a Surgeon’ to his steamy love affairs with celebrities and renowned lifestyle. depraved,” according to the film’s official synopsis.

Bizarre stars Evan Rachel Wood as Madonna with Radcliffe as the title character. They are joined by Julianne Nicholson, Rainn Wilson, Spencer Treat Clark, Quinta Brunson, Will Forte and James Preston Rogers. The film is directed and written by Eric Appel, with “Weird Al” helping write the screenplay. Return to Roku later this year to see Radcliffe in his latest film, Bizarre: the story of Al Yankovic.


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