The indie film takes a look at the famous poet in his formative years at Columbia University, where he meets fellow student Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) and young writers Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and William Burroughs (Ben Foster). As they begin to formulate the Beat Generation, the murder of David Kammerer (Michael C. Hall), Carr’s associate, cements it.
ExtraTV.com spoke with stars Radcliffe, DeHaan and Hall about this little-known story that connected these iconic writers.
“Kill Your Darlings” opens in theaters on Wednesday.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe joined “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at Universal Studios Hollywood to talk about his upcoming role in “Kill Your Darlings” and his steamy scenes with co-star Dane DeHaan.
Richard Griffiths, best known for playing Harry Potter’s magic-fearing Uncle Vernon Dursley, died Thursday. He was 65.Associated Press that the actor died of complications following heart surgery at the University Hospital in Coventry in central England.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe is quickly establishing himself as characters other than Harry Potter.
In his new indie drama, “Kill Your Darlings,” Radcliffe plays the late gay Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, who in 1944 meets fellow writers and college classmates William Burroughs (Ben Foster) and Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) when they are draw together over a murder.
Daniel Radcliffe is leaving his "Harry Potter" days behind him, and turning up the spooky factor for his next role in "The Woman in Black."
The actor arrived to a massive crowd of fans at The Grove to chat with "Extra's" Mario Lopez, and talked about the film. "I play a young lawyer called Arthur Kipps, who is sent away to organize the paperwork of a recently deceased woman. Once I get to the house, all hell breaks loose and I am tormented by the ghost of an angry, vengeful woman."
Aaron Carter's sister, Leslie, passed away suddenly on Tuesday in upstate New York, and the singer is temporarily bowing out of his off-Broadway show. In a statement, Carter said, "I am with my family spending much-needed time together as we deal with this private matter."
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