Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has talked about his role in the upcoming adaptation of Frankenstein, Digital Spy said.
The 23-year-old, who is reported to be in final talks for the Max Landis movie, confirmed in a new interview that he is 'committed' to the role.
Radcliffe told Empire that he thinks the off-the-wall retelling of the classic horror story is the "best script" he has read since Harry Potter.
"If I remember correctly, the script said, 'Frankenstein By Max Landis, Based On (The America Popular Culture Zeitgeist Interpretation of) Mary Shelley's Frankenstein'," recalled Radcliffe.
"It's far and away the best script I've read coming out of a big studio in the time that I've been off Potter. It's definitely going to be unusual."
Radcliffe also spoke about his role in new movie Horns. Directed by Piranha's Alexandre Aja, Radcliffe plays Ig Perrish, a man accused of murder who mysteriously grows horns from his head.
"I think it has the potential to capture something in people's imaginations," he said. "It's a crazy story, but it's really compelling."
Radcliffe has also been cast in new film Tokyo Vice.