It might seem like Daniel Radcliffe, forever known as The Boy Who Lived, has just been diving through piles of Harry Potter money since the franchise ended. Well, he's not really Scrooge McDuck after all. We've seen him in The Woman in Black and the world is about to catch his amazing turn as Allen Ginsberg in the Sundance hit Kill Your Darlings. On top of this, he just added another movie to his slate: Tokyo Vice. Yes, you might it though its older sister, Miami.
According to Deadline, Radcliffe is going to be playing an American journalist, Jake Adelstein, who is based in Japan, writing about the organized crime family the yakuza, as well as the personal cost he suffers because of it. But that's not all Radcliffe has on his plate: he's already wrapped two movies — Horns and The F Word — and is contracted to Frankenstein (Fox's new take on the old classic). Additionally, Radcliffe is going to spend a few months on stage in London in The Cripple of Inishmaan, which starts in June. Man, maybe he should change his name from The Boy Who Lived to The Boy Who Worked!