While he’s committed to taking Equus to Broadway, Daniel Radcliffe isn’t trading film for stage. As he mentioned a couple months back at the press day for the deservedly blink-and-you-missed-it December Boys, Radcliffe’s next project will land him on small screens — in his native Great Britain, at least — just in time for the holidays.
The period piece drama My Boy Jack, in which Radcliffe stars opposite playwright-screenwriter David Haig for director Brian Kirk, wrapped at the end of summer. “It’s about a
family in World War I, the Kipling family, as in Rudyard,” relates Radcliffe. “It’s about him
and his son, and that whole family, and how their lives were altered, as so many
were, by World War I, and by losing a son, which is me. It’s a really beautiful
script and I think it could be a fantastic piece of television, that’ll be on
November on ITV. And hopefully it will air in the States sometime next year.
And I tell people please do watch it because I think it will be pretty