The Woman In Black (2012)

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The Woman In Black Release Date
February 3, 2012
The Woman In Black Synopsis
A young lawyer (Radcliffe) travels to a remote village where he discovers the vengeful ghost of a scorner woman is terrorizing the locals.
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Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer and Shaun Dooley
Directed by: James Watkins
Produced by: Guy East, Roy Lee, Nigel Sinclair, Tyler Thompson
Distributor: CBS Films
Release Date:  February 3, 2012
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Despite the fact that it opened at number two here in the States when it first came out (trailing Josh Trank's Chronicle), the horror flick The Woman in Black was actually a fairly big success. After making $20 million in its first weekend, it went on to score a total of $54 million domestically and $127 million worldwide (not to mention that it was the highest grossing horror film in the UK in 20 years).
by Eric Eisenberg October 12, 2012 discussion comments
The Woman In Black Is Getting A Sequel Titled Angels Of Death The Woman In Black Is Getting A Sequel Titled Angels Of Death
Nowadays studios pay much more attention to what's going on at the foreign box office. While a movie might be a moderate success here in the states, there are some titles that are total blockbusters overseas. Resident Evil: Afterlife made a respectable $60 million in the US, but everywhere else it raked in over $230 million and is getting a sequel this year.
by Eric Eisenberg April 2, 2012 discussion comments
Watch Woman In Black's Opening Scene Here Watch Woman In Black's Opening Scene Here
Here a trio of lovely Victorian girls enjoys a tea party. What would otherwise be a charming scene is rendered horrific by an absence of diegetic sound. Instead, a spare yet spooky theme plays over the proceedings as an unseen figure draws the children's attention. Then, things slow to a crawl as the girls drop their toys, and thoughtlessly crush them underfoot in their singular mission to leave their game behind and...
by Kristy Puchko February 6, 2012 discussion comments
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Does the Super Bowl effect ticket sales? You'd better believe it. While Sunday does tend to be the lowest money maker of any three day weekend, Super Bowl Sunday is usually (and predictably) one of the lowest Sundays of the year. After all, how could anything Hollywood cranks out compare to watching commercials featuring dogs barking out themes from Star Wars?
by Scott Gwin February 5, 2012 discussion comments
Operation Kino Podcast #48: Chronicle And The Woman In Black Reviewed Operation Kino Podcast #48: Chronicle And The Woman In Black Reviewed
This week on Operation Kino, we've got two reviews for the price of one (OK, it's always free, but work with us here). Nobody saw the same new releases, so Katey goes over the surprising joys of the found footage superhero movie Chronicle, while Patches enters a disappointing haunted house with Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black
by Operation Kino February 3, 2012 discussion comments
Daniel Radcliffe Talks Going From Potter To Horror In The Woman In Black Daniel Radcliffe Talks Going From Potter To Horror In The Woman In Black
Shortly after taking his final bow as Harry Potter in The Deathly Hallows - Part 2, Daniel Radcliffe is back on the big screen. In honor of The Woman in Black’s February 3rd release, Radcliffe sat down to talk all about the transition from Potter to horror, his own unease with the genre, the preparation necessary for embodying such a troubled character and much more. Check it all out in this interview.
by Perri Nemiroff January 31, 2012 discussion comments
Daniel Radcliffe Wants To Work Some Magic Behind The Lens Daniel Radcliffe Wants To Work Some Magic Behind The Lens
After his runs in Equus and How to Succeed in Business Without Even Trying on the stage, we should already know Radcliffe is capable of far more than waving wands in Voldemort’s face. Sure enough, he’s about to prove it this weekend, starring in the horror film The Woman in Black. Think going from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to the eerie Eel Marsh House is a big move? How about going from in front of the camera to behind it?
by Perri Nemiroff January 30, 2012 discussion comments
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The Harry Potter franchise largely geared itself towards younger audiences, but when you really think about it, there were plenty of horrific elements. In addition to the casual deaths, destruction and forces of evil, there were giant man-eating spiders, slain unicorns, ghosts, demon prison guards, indentured servants, and psychotics. Daniel Radcliffe had to witness all of that in those films, so just imagine what he will go through in The Woman in Black.
by Eric Eisenberg January 30, 2012 discussion comments
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by Doug Norrie January 29, 2012 discussion comments
Daniel Radcliffe Is Suspiciously Absent From This New Woman In Black Poster Daniel Radcliffe Is Suspiciously Absent From This New Woman In Black Poster
While the trailers make The Woman in Black look absolutely terrifying and the scares should sell themselves, the truth is that the film's best marketing tool is Daniel Radcliffe. While the cast also includes great actors like Ciaran Hinds, Shaun Dooley and Janet McTeer, only one of them spent the last decade of their life playing Harry Potter.
by Eric Eisenberg January 11, 2012 discussion comments
The New Woman In Black Trailer Turns Out The Lights On Daniel Radcliffe The New Woman In Black Trailer Turns Out The Lights On Daniel Radcliffe
So far the trailers have been spooky and effective. They've also been a little repetitive. The creepy eyeball, the unnerving photographs, the faint silhouette of a shadowy lady -- all spooky as hell, but starting to become overly familiar now that we've seen them in multiple trailers. This new one recycles many of those same images...
by David Wharton November 22, 2011 discussion comments
Daniel Radcliffe Needs A Gardener In New Woman In Black Image Daniel Radcliffe Needs A Gardener In New Woman In Black Image
CBS Films has gradually been siphoning out more little glimpses at The Woman in Black as we approach its February release date. Now they've sent along another still from the movie. While it doesn't provide much insight into the storyline's secrets, it is moody as hell and proves that Radcliffe looks right dapper in a suit.
by David Wharton November 9, 2011 discussion comments
The Woman In Black's New Trailer Offers More Scares, More Radcliffe The Woman In Black's New Trailer Offers More Scares, More Radcliffe
What's not to like? It's got creepy kids, a crumbling manse, ominous warnings, unnerving photographs, and that damn eyeball. In The Woman in Black Radcliffe plays a young lawyer tasked with sorting out the estate of a dead client. Should be a cakewalk so long as he doesn't run into any terrible, vengeful spirits or anything
by David Wharton October 19, 2011 discussion comments
The Woman In Black Trailer Pits Daniel Radcliffe Against Unfriendly Ghosts The Woman In Black Trailer Pits Daniel Radcliffe Against Unfriendly Ghosts
Now that Harry Potter has wrapped up his adventures both on the screen and on the page, it will be interesting to see where the careers of Daniel Radcliffe and the rest of the cast, who have devoted much of their young lives to the series, go. For his first post-Potter flick, Radcliffe will still be dealing with supernatural matters, but the Woman in Black looks a lot more intimidating than old no-nose Voldemort ever was.
by David Wharton October 14, 2011 discussion comments
New Teaser Trailer For The Woman In Black Is Not For The Faint Of Heart New Teaser Trailer For The Woman In Black Is Not For The Faint Of Heart
Directed by James Watkins, The Woman In Black stars Daniel Radcliffe as Arthur Kipps, a young lawyer sent to a small town to collect the papers of a recently deceased client. What he doesn't know, however, is that the little town is haunted and he discovers that the house he's in is also inhabited by a very vengeful ghost.
by Eric Eisenberg August 17, 2011 discussion comments
Daniel Radcliffe Stares Down The Woman In Black In First-Look Image Daniel Radcliffe Stares Down The Woman In Black In First-Look Image
Truthfully, this looks like it could be a still from any of the last four Harry Potter films. Slap a pair of glasses on Radcliffe, digitally add the trademark lightning-bolt scar, and the actor’s character could be staring down Lord Voldemort instead of a spooky ghost. Then again, we spent the better part of the last decade watching Radcliffe cast spells in his recognizable wizard robes, so maybe it's us who needs a little distance from J.K. Rowling’s masterful literary series.
by Sean O'Connell August 15, 2011 discussion comments
First Teaser For Daniel Radcliffe's The Woman In Black First Teaser For Daniel Radcliffe's The Woman In Black
Production on the final installment of Harry Potter has long since reached its end and it’s time for the trio of stars - Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson - to make a splash doing something that doesn’t involve the world of wizards. It looks like Harry himself is going to be the first to the big screen in a post-Potter world with The Woman In Black.
by Will LeBlanc April 13, 2011 discussion comments
Daniel Radcliffe Joins The Woman In Black  Daniel Radcliffe Joins The Woman In Black
The film is based on the 1989 Susan Hill novel and is being directed by James Watkins, his second directorial effort. Watkins wrote The Decent 2, but his first film
by Will LeBlanc July 19, 2010 discussion comments
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