Daniel Radcliffe Discusses a Huge Egg In A Weird Al Yankovic Biopic and Reveals It Might Even Be Weirder Than A Swiss Army Man

Daniel Radcliffe Discusses a Huge Egg In A Weird Al Yankovic Biopic and Reveals It Might Even Be Wei ...

Daniel Radcliffe will always be well-known for directing the Harry Potter films following the conclusion of The Boy Who Liveds cinematic story (unless a film adaptation of The Cursed Child gets underway), but he has also made a name for himself in unexpected roles. This includes that time he played a corpse in 2016's Swiss Army Man, and in a few months, could see him star in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story as the title musician.

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story is a biopic about Weird Als' rise to fame, in the same way that the actor does them, and it is essentially serving as a satire on biopics. A scene showing Daniel Radcliffes Yankovic hatching from a giant egg while on a psychedelic drug trip is one way the film will stand out from the rest of the film, according to The New York Times: "This 2022 movie is like Swiss Army

Only Paul Dano, riding me like a Jet Ski in Swiss Army Man, comes close to doing the weirdest thing Ive ever done.

For those who missed out on the above statement, Paul Dano played Hank Thompson, a man marooned on an island who stumbles upon the body of Daniel Radcliffe's character. Manny even joked a lot.

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story going the satirical biopic route will certainly make it stand out, and Daniel Radcliffe was incredibly grateful that the script permitted things to go particularly wild, saying:

The script version of Al was certainly liberated. It's so absurd.

Daniel Radcliffe then turned to Weird Al Yankovic, who was also interviewed, and joked that he had not murdered many, many people, to which the singer replied, Not a lot. Very few. Rain Wilson, Evan Rachel Wood, Toby Huss, Julianne Nicholson, Quinta Brunson, and Will Forte star in the teaser for Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.

When Weird: The Al Yankovic Story is released on The Roku Channel on November 4, the general public will be able to see how weird things get in the film. You may also watch Daniel Radcliffe's most recent film appearance by streaming The Lost City with a Paramount+ subscription.