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Horns premiere: A chat with Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple on the red carpet

  Friday 24th October 2014
  Friday 24th October 2014

Daniel Radcliffe is no stranger to London film premieres. This time it’s the opening of Horns that brings the Harry Potter star to Leicester Square’s Odeon West End.

Based on the novel by Joe Hill, and directed by modern horror specialist Alexandre Aja (Switchblade Romance, The Hills Have Eyes), Horns stars Radcliffe as a young man who, following the murder of his girlfriend (played by Juno Temple), grows a pair of horns that grant him paranormal abilities.

The Upcoming hit the red carpet to catch up with the film’s stars, Daniel and Juno, and find out more about the making of Horns.

 

Stuart Boyland
Video: Laura Foulger

Horns is released nationwide on 29th October 2014.

Watch the trailer for Horns here:


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FURTHER INFORMATION

Release date: 29th October 2014

Certificate: 15

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