First Official Images: Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black

Hammer Films has released the first official images from its upcoming telling of Susan Hill’s masterfully scary book, The Woman in Black, and as expected we have them for you right here!

James Watkins (Eden Lake) is at the directorial helm. Janet McTeer and Ciarán Hinds co-star. No word yet on who will be portraying the titular character.

The Woman in Black follows a young lawyer, Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe), who is ordered to travel to a remote corner of the UK and sort out a recently deceased client’s papers. As he works alone in an old and isolated house, Kipps begins to uncover its tragic secrets, and his unease grows when he discovers that the local village is held hostage by the ghost of a scorned woman set on vengeance.

First Official Images: Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black

First Official Images: Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black

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  • Vanvance1

    I hadn’t realized that the director of Eden Lake was doing this. EL was great! True horror, satisfying ending.

    Now I’ll be paying attention to this one.

    • GJW

      And I’ll be adding Eden lake to my Netfliz queue. I meant to see that but somehow it slipped through the cracks and I have since forgotten all about it. Glad ya mentioned it,glad ya liked it.I often find myself nodding in agreement as I read most of your posts so if you type “true horror” then I look forward to seeing EL soon.

      “Well, for one thing, I think he was probably a closet homosexual who did a lot of cocaine. That whole Yale thing.”

      • Vanvance1

        Comment appreciated.

        It’s another one of those films that had to come out of Britain; the sensibilities are not the least bit North American.

        I’d say more but whenever a film is really good it’s best to go in a little blind so you can be pleasantly surprised by the narrative.