Daniel Radcliffe may have lined up his next project, as he’s reportedly expressed interest in Guillermo Del Toro’s stop-motion Pinocchio film.

Last week, we reported that Del Toro was gearing up to direct a 3D, stop-motion version of Pinocchio. Now speaking with potential buyers at Cannes, Del Toro mentioned that Radcliffe may be involved in the project.

The Playlist reports:

According to the “Pan’s Labyrinth” filmmaker, he was approached by Daniel Radcliffe, who’s keen to get involved on the project, and the actor is one of a number of names that he hopes might become involved, including Tom Waits, and Christopher Walken, who Del Toro wants to play the fox. The helmer stressed that no deals have been made, but he must also be on relatively safe ground if he’s willing to talk about it publicly. So could Radcliffe end up voicing the little wooden boy of the title? He’d certainly be a strong choice.

Dan recently wrapped Kill Your Darlings, and is also set to star in a British drama miniseries with Jon Hamm. Are you excited to hear of Dan’s potential involvement?

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