Daniel Radcliffe: 'Delighted by BAFTA nominations'

Daniel Radcliffe: 'Delighted by BAFTA nominations'

Daniel Radcliffe has said he is "delighted" that the final Harry Potter film has been recognised in the latest BAFTA nominations.

Harry Potter And Ths Deathly Hallows - Part Two, the last instalment of the popular series received four mentions on the 2012 list.

Announcing the shortlist, Daniel said:

"I think (the team) absolutely deserve to be there and I really hope they'll win."

He added: "It's lovely to have a year when it's not like when (James Cameron movie) Avatar was just going to walk away with everything.

"It's a really diverse grouping of lots of very, very different styles of films, so it's a good year for cinema."

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy producer Tim Bevan also spoke of his film's nominations:

"I'm very glad that the film had been nominated for best director.

"Any film is the vision of a director, and that's particularly so with this movie, so Tomas Alfredson deserves the accolade."

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Tuesday January 17, 2012

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