Daniel Radcliffe To Stop Singing On Broadway For Three Days To Promote Final 'Harry Potter' Flick

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Daniel Radcliffe has made his Broadway singing debut! His run in the musical, 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying,' began previews on February 26th at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York City.

Dan will natch be doing some promotional appearances on TV for his new role -- get all the times and dates on The Leaky Cauldron -- but last week there were some rumors about what would happen when it comes time to promote 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' this summer.

Basically the rumor was that Dan had neglected to request those days off from the theater company and the folks at Warner Bros. had their Hogwarts robes in a twist because they need him to promote the final film. There was talk that they were going to have to buy all the theater seats for those days for a total of $500,000!

However, The Los Angeles Times, who we are inclined to believe, reports that the show will simply not go on the nights of July 7, 8 and 9.
Will three days be enough time for Dan to adequately promote the last Harry Potter film? Traditionally they have a premiere in London followed by several American television appearances and a premiere in New York City a couple days later, landing Dan back in NYC in time to resume his role as J. Pierrepont Finch. Better start drinking coffee now, Dan!

Get tickets to 'How To Succeed' and learn more about the show at the official site.

Are you sad this will be the last time Dan, Rupert and Emma will be doing press for an HP movie? Will you see Daniel in his new role on Broadway? We know we're planning to!

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