The Woman in Black to be released to the public tomorrow


By Annie Wen
Staff Writer

On Tuesday of this week I was able to do something really cool: I got to go to an early preview of the new Daniel Radcliffe movie The Woman in Black (Thanks Wren!). The movie will be released to the public tomorrow, Friday February 3.

In the film, Daniel Radcliffe plays the role of Arthur Kipps, a struggling lawyer with a young son to raise. He is offered one last chance to prove himself to his law firm and he is sent to settle the legal affairs of a woman who just recently passed away, Alice Drablow. He goes to her house to sort through all her paper work and he discovers that there is more to the little village than what meets the eye. Kipps learns of the town’s haunted past and present and when his own son is placed in danger he is forced to take drastic measures to save what is nearest and dearest to him.

The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds, Janet McTeer, Sophie Stuckey, Liz White, and Alisa Khansanova and is rated PG-13. It is a Horror/Thriller/Sci-fi film and is an adaption of a novel of the same name by Susan Hill.

A review of the film will be up soon. To find movie times and theaters click here.

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