Daniel Radcliffe is sporting a brand new 'hairy' look in his latest film, Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire.
A child star when the series began, Daniel has grown into a long-haired teenager, far from the kid who made his debut as the boy wizard in 2000's Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone.
The fourth Potter film, out in November, also stars Clemence Posey, 21, as Fleur Delacour, an attractive foreign witch; Roger Lloyd Pack, 61, as Barty Crouch, the ministry of magic official who has a key role in the story; and Michael Gambon, 64,
as Hogwarts prinicipal Professor Dumbledore.
The sixth J K Rowling book, Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince, will hit stores on July 16 with a reported initial print run of 10.8 million copies.