Daniel Radcliffe and his costar Marisa Tomei who is almost twice his age got intimate on their movie set recently.
They looked to be the ideal odd couple. 24-year-old Daniel Radcliffe and 49-year-old Marisa Tomei were caught on film cuddling on the set of their new film. They were also surrounded by several toy-like poodles.
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It is said that Marisa and her puppy love interest are working in tandem on a movie in which an older lady who is a single mother falls in love with a young man.
Termed “The Rewrite”, it will be an experiential movie that portrays life in its existential glory. Meanwhile, Radcliffe has quite a few projects that he is currently working on.
These include: Frankenstein, Brooklyn Bridge and Tokyo Vice. However, Daniel’s real girlfriend in real life is none other than Erin Danke.
The two are often seen enjoying each others company at the various hot spots around the city. Erin Danke and Radcliffe both have a lot of understanding between them.
Daniel split up from his previous girlfriend, Rosie Coker. Then he tried his luck with Erin Danke. And here it seemed he was successful.
She welcomed his overtures and ever since then he has been taking her out to dinners and the two can’t seem to keep their hands off each other.
The Harry Potter main character may also play a cameo part in Jude Apatow’s “Trainwreck”. The rumors started when Radcliffe was seen walking with a dozen dogs on leashes tied to his waist.
The “Crazy Stupid Love” star Marisa Tomei was with him as previously mentioned. Trainwreck already includes a star-studded cast that includes Method Man and LeBron James to boot.
Daniel definitely seems to be on cloud nine as far as the number of projects he is currently working on are concerned. He faced some alcohol-related problems awhile back and seems to have conquered them with a little bibliotherapy.
You can never underestimate the healing power of words since they soothe the troubled mind and erase the troubles of the addled brain.
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