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Home Movies Photos: Dan Radcliffe wraps ‘Kill Your Darlings’ principal photography
Over the past couple of months we’ve been showing you photos from the set of Kill Your Darlings – a film starring Dan Radcliffe as Allen Ginberg.
Now, principal photography for the film has wrapped. A party in celebration of the occasion was held in New York City over the weekend, and you can see two photos from it below:
Kill Your Darlings is due out in 2013. Thanks to Snitch Seeker.
oh Dan! you’re hair!! lol….
from what I heard the film is going to open up at Cannes and Sundance festival.
So i have the feeling it wont show up to the general public- or if it does it’ll get a limited release.
i mean, rupert Grint’s “Wild Target” got the same treatment.
can’t say i expect a DVD either.
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