See Daniel Radcliffe Grow ‘Horns’ in the First Poster and Images

For all you “Harry Potter” fanatics that continue to follow the career of Daniel Radcliffe, you are likely sitting at the edge of your seat awaiting the arrival of his newest film Horns by director Alexandre Aja.  Written by Keith Bunin, which is adapted from the novel by Joe Hill, the film tells the story of a young man, who after his girlfriend’s mysterious death, finds horns sprouting from his temples.

The film also stars Juno Temple, Heather Graham, David Morse, and James Remar.

Today we have a new teaser poster as well as two images courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.  Check them out.

Horns is distributed by Radius-TWC and currently has no set release date.

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