Daniel Radcliffe has a headache in new images from Horns

Regardless of how you feel about Daniel Radcliffe, you have to admire his career path after starring as Harry Potter in eight films.  He could have settled for some simple romantic comedies or gone the big budget blockbuster route, but instead, he’s gravitated towards the smaller, strange films and has attempted to stretch himself as an actor.  HORNS is more of the same (read the official synopsis below) and today we get a few more looks at the film, courtesy of EW.  HORNS stars Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, James Remar, Max Minghella, Kelli Garner and Joe Anderson.  The Alexandre Aja directed film that doesn’t have an official release date, but was originally slated to hit later this year.

The official Amazon.com synopsis of Joe Hill’s novel ‘Horns’: Ignatius Perrish spent the night drunk and doing terrible things. He woke up the next morning with a thunderous hangover, a raging headache . . . and a pair of horns growing from his temples. He had spent the last year in a lonely, private purgatory, following the death of his beloved, Merrin Williams, who was raped and murdered under inexplicable circumstances. The only suspect in the crime, Ig was never charged or tried. And he was never cleared. In the court of public opinion in Gideon, New Hampshire, Ig is and always will be guilty because his rich and connected parents pulled strings to make the investigation go away. Nothing Ig can do, nothing he can say, matters. Everyone, it seems, including God, has abandoned him. Everyone, that is, but the devil inside. . . .Now Ig is possessed of a terrible new power to go with his terrible new look—a macabre talent he intends to use to find the monster who killed Merrin and destroyed his life. Being good and praying for the best got him nowhere. It’s time for a little revenge. . . . It’s time the devil had his due. . . .

Daniel Radcliffe in Horns

Daniel Radcliffe in Horns

Daniel Radcliffe in Horns

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