Daniel Radcliffe was definitely in character when he was noticed filming his newest film “Escape from Pretoria” earlier this week.
The 29-year-old “Harry Potter” alum — who stars as Tim Jenkin within the upcoming biographical drama — was seen making his approach down a avenue, sweating by means of his form-fitting blue collared shirt whereas sporting a shaggy-haired look, rounded spectacles and grey trousers.
In accordance with Hollywood Pipeline, Radcliffe was capturing scenes for the movie in Adelaide, Australia on Wednesday.
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The movie — primarily based on the e book “Inside Out: Escape from Pretoria Jail” and written by Jenkin — chronicles the jail escape of Jenkin, now 71, and his buddy Stephen Lee. The 2 South African residents have been labeled as terrorists after they set off propaganda pamphlets in opposition in opposition to the apartheid command within the 1970s.
The pair have been finally imprisoned in Pretoria’s maximum-security facility in 1978 and spent the subsequent 18 months crafting makeshift keys and plotting their escape. It wasn’t till Jenkin and Lee had already crossed the border and made their approach into the UK large police manhunt for his or her seize started.
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In accordance with the Hollywood Reporter, “Escape from Pretoria” is a joint effort by Arclight Movies, MEP Capital and the South Australian Movie Company to deliver Jenkin’s autobiography to the large display and can faucet Australian actor Daniel Webber to costar alongside Radcliffe as Lee, one other anti-apartheid activist.