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Watch Daniel Radcliffe in the Official Trailer For Upcoming “Weird Al” Yankovic Biopic

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story Due Out November 4 via Roku Channel

Aug 29, 2022

The official trailer has been shared for the upcoming “Weird Al” Yankovic biopic, Weird: The “Weird Al” Yankovic Story. The film, co-written by Yankovic himself alongside director Eric Appel, stars Daniel Radcliffe (as Yankovic) and Evan Rachel Wood. It will be available to stream November 4 via Roku Channel. More

Daniel Radcliffe Set to Portray “Weird Al” Yankovic in Upcoming Biopic

The Funny or Die-Produced Film Will Stream on Roku Channel

Jan 18, 2022

Daniel Radcliffe is set to star as comedian and artist “Weird Al” Yankovic in the upcoming biopic, Weird: The “Weird Al” Yankovic Story. The film, co-written by Yankovic himself alongside director Eric Appel, is a Funny or Die and Tango co-production which will stream exclusively via The Roku Channel. Filming will take place beginning next month. More



Interviews

Oct 30, 2014

In Horns, Daniel Radcliffe stars as Ig Perrish, a young man who finds himself accused of murdering his girlfriend—a crime he knows he didn’t commit, but lacks any proof to clear his name. Perceived as a villain in the public eye, Ig awakes to find he’s sprouted a pair of devilish horns, and possesses powers that compel others to tell him their darkest, most tucked-away secrets. With his new abilities, he sets out to prove his innocence by finding the person who took away the love of his life and bringing them to justice. More


Reviews

Imperium

Directed by Daniel Ragussis

Aug 18, 2016

Daniel Radcliffe endeavors to inhabit the challenging role of Nate Foster, a green federal agent who becomes embedded in the world of rural american white supremacy. More

Swiss Army Man

Directed by The Daniels

Jun 28, 2016

Nothing which can be accurately described as “the dead farty Harry Potter movie” has any business being as oddly moving as this film. More