Daniel Radcliffe visits Mexico for debut of new romance film 'What If'
Friday, August 01, 2014 - 00:41
August 01 - Daniel Radcliffe premieres his latest film, romantic comedy 'What If,' in Mexico City. No reporter narration.
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STORY: World famous film actor, Daniel Radcliffe, visited Mexico City on Thursday evening (July 31) for the Mexican premiere of his new film, a romantic comedy called "What If," translating to "Just Friends?" in Spanish. Fans who had been waiting outside the cinema for hours to catch a glimpse of their favourite actor left in disappointment and some in tears as Radcliffe's red carpet entrance was cancelled due to security issues. According to local media, there were too many fans and not enough security had been contracted for the event, so the Federal Government decided to cancel the entrance to avoid problems. Instead, the actor only appeared inside the cinema and posed for photos before fans that had paid for tickets to the premiere. The actor, best known for playing the title character in the Harry Potter film series celebrated his 25th birthday on July 22.
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