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Daniel Radcliffe is Hot and Horny in First Official 'Horns' Trailer: VIDEO

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After years of teaser images, the first official trailer for Horns has finally arrived - with the film looking like it has the potential to be a creepily fascinating slasher/romance hybrid.

It also has Daniel Radcliffe shirtless which, you know, is great too. 

Writes Yahoo! Movies UK of the film's plot:

While most people his age are worried about a breakout of pimples, Ig’s problem is a pair of horns that have literally broken out of his forehead. The protrusions, which also grant special powers, appear after his long-time girlfriend Merrin (played by Juno Temple) is brutally murdered and Ig is the prime suspect. 

Watch the trailer and check out the film's posters, AFTER THE JUMP...

Based on the best-selling 2010 book of the same name by Joe Hill (son of Stephen King) Horns is set for theatrical release on October 31. 

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What To Watch This Week on TV: A New 'Doctor;' Max Silvestri Serves Laughs On 'The Feed' - VIDEO

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Check out our weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking.

— Foodies may already by familiar with Top Chef judge Gail Simmons and cheflebrity — Is that a thing? It’s a thing now. — Marcus Samuelsson. However, the real reason to tune into The Feed is for its third host, comedian Max Silvestri. The funnyman is a skilled stand-up comedian (check out his album, King Piglet), but he’s also hilariously recapped Top Chef for Eater.com (among other blogging turns). We would watch him on anything, but his brand of humor seems perfectly paired with this culinary talk/road show. Tune in for the series’ debut Thursday at 7 p.m. Eastern on FYI, a new lifestyle network from A&E. 

Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm are back in Russia, AFTER THE JUMP ...

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Ass Waxing, Puppies, Boxers and 70 Other Answers to Every Question You Could Possibly Ask Daniel Radcliffe: VIDEO

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What's Daniel's biggest turn on and his biggest turn off? What’s something he knows about Harry Potter that no one else does? 

Find out, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Daniel Radcliffe Cuts Young Man's Hair on Hollywood Boulevard: VIDEO

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Is Daniel Radcliffe preparing for a revival of Sweeney Todd? He gave his very first haircut to a stranger on Hollywood Boulevard this week.

See if DanRad makes the cut, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Explore The World Of Sexy, Short Celebrities: VIDEO

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Great, beautiful, sexy, hunky male things come in small packages, or so this new BuzzFeed video would like you to believe. Claiming that the average height of men in America is 5 feet, 9 1/2 inches, the video explores the world of men famous men - from Robert Downey Jr. to Kendrick Lamar, Usher to Josh Hutcherson - who fall somewhere below that line, often unexpectedly.

Check out the fun video, AFTER THE JUMP...

And let us know your shortest celebrity crush in the comments section below!

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Daniel Radcliffe Opens on Broadway in ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan:’ REVIEW

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BY NAVEEN KUMAR

Swapping profanities reaches the level of high art in the first Broadway production of Martin McDonagh’s Tony-nominated 1996 black comedy The Cripple of Inishmaan, which opened April 20 at the Cort Theatre. The show features an admirable performance by above-the-title star Daniel Radcliffe and expert work from the cast and creative team behind the production’s acclaimed run on London’s West End.

Cripple1Set on a small group of islands off the western coast of Ireland, the story is based around the filming of an actual 1934 documentary Man of Aran, about daily life there. News of the film crew’s arrival on a neighboring isle shakes up the insular community of Inishmaan—none more so than the one they call ‘Cripple Billy’ (Radcliffe), who’s spent most of this life shuffling to and from the doctor (and, apparently, staring at cows).

Orphaned as a boy, Billy was raised by his biddy aunts Eileen (Gillian Hanna) and Kate (Ingrid Craige), who run a singularly modest general shop specializing in canned peas. They get their daily news from assiduous town gossip Johnnypateenmike (Pat Shortt) and their oft-broken eggs from the hot-tempered, acid-tongued young Helen (Sarah Greene). When Helen and her little brother Bartley (Connor MacNeill) arrange a boat passage with Babbybobby (Pádraic Delaney) to the film set, Billy hitches a ride with dreams of a Hollywood escape.

Cripple2Artfully directed by Michael Grandage with beautifully artless set and costume design by regular collaborator Christopher Oram, the production propels through McDonaugh’s rhythmic dialogue with precision timing, comedic and otherwise. Peppered with repetition and viciously creative insults, the play has a musicality that sings thanks to a gifted company.

Accepting Mr. Radcliffe as an ugly duckling may stretch your imagination, but his portrayal of Billy’s physical deformity goes far to convince. Despite being the title character, Radcliffe plays one of the quieter roles on a stage full of outsized personalities, and turns in a sensitive, engrossing performance. As his pair of hand-wringing, occasionally daffy caregivers, Ms. Hanna and Ms. Craige may be the most entertaining odd couple of the season. And Ms. Greene and Mr. MacNeill provide stiff competition as warring brother and sister.

For all its bitter humor, a certain bleakness and cruelty hover over Inishmaan like fog off the sea. The place feels a lot like the edge of the world, and there’s a looming temptation to peer right over and consider leaping off, for better or worse. Though it’s hardly clear which would come to pass.

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Follow Naveen Kumar on Twitter: @Mr_NaveenKumar (photos:johan persson)


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