Daniel Radcliffe is open to taking “How to Succeed” to the big screen

Daniel Radcliffe says he is open to reprising his current role in the Broadway musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”, should it be adapted to the big screen.

“A lot of things would have to be right for it to happen in terms of the script. I think it’s very hard to adapt. But, you know, nor am I going to rule out the possibility,” Radcliffe said.
So far, reviews have been positive for his return to Broadway, with the last full week of preview shows selling out and the New York Post writing Radcliffe is “so adorable in his Broadway musical debut, you just want to pinch his cheeks.”

While no movie adaptation is in the works, yet, Radcliffe says he could see it coming together. “The producers of the show would not be doing their jobs properly if they were not at this moment in time talking about the possibility of a ‘How to Succeed’ movie.”

via nypost.com

Leave a Reply

Denzel Washington on ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.’ and Why He Keeps Coming Back to Broadway
"I’m interested in different challenges, and challenging myself and just trying to get better." - Denzel Washington
Chadwick Boseman on Playing Black Panther: “I love him because the fantasy of playing a ruler – you never get to do that”
Boseman talks about portraying T'Challa's unique background on screen.
Willem Dafoe: “I don’t think you can keep doing the same thing as an actor and be free”
"All performing is about control and discipline versus abandon and just letting go." - Willem Dafoe
Mandy Patinkin: “I love doing research for any part that I do. That’s one of the most fun parts of being an actor to me”
Patinkin why he specifically sought a comedic project, the dedication he brings to his performances, and when his parents were finally convinced he could make a living as an actor.
Jodie Foster Recalls How She Got Her Role in ‘The Silence of the Lambs’
Foster revealed how she landed the role as FBI agent Clarice Starling and why she only worked with her co-star briefly on set.