"I don't want to make a boring love story about two people who meet and then are happy. That's boring, and that doesn't exist," Radcliffe explained. "I also do like playing slightly disenfranchised characters like Arthur is in 'The Woman in Black.' He's someone who's grieving and whose grief has put him to the edge of madness and also has sort of made him ostracize himself from society. I guess I like the dark stuff. I find it more interesting."
More:Daniel Radcliffe Career The Woman In Black Harry Potter Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying
HuffPost Entertainment is your one-stop shop for celebrity news, hilarious late-night bits, industry and awards coverage and more — sent right to your inbox six days a week. Learn more