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Watch Now: ‘The Woman in Black’ 60-Second Sneak Peek
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Now that the Harry Potter movies are over and done with, it’s time to see if Daniel Radcliffe has the chops to carry a movie without the help of Emma Watson and that creepy ginger kid. The industrious Hogwarts grad will be seen early next year in the atmospheric supernatural thriller The Woman in Black and today we have a sneak peek at the new film you can watch here below.

Based on the novel by Susan Hill, The Woman in Black stars Radcliffe as an enterprising young attorney who encounters angry spirits when he journeys to a small village on assignment. The film was directed by James Watkins (Eden Lake) and the screenplay adaptation was written by Jane Goldman (Kick-Ass). Ciaran Hinds, who recently appeared alongside Radcliffe in the last Harry Potter movie, co-stars along with Janet McTeer (Tideland) and Roger Allam (V for Vendetta).

The Woman in Black opens on February 3, 2012.

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