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He wrote: ‘Dear Rob, We are all proud to have known you and devastated to have lost you. Rest in peace, Dan xxx.’ Radcliffe then quoted a letter author D. Lawrence sent to a friend in 1923: ‘To anyone who reads this remember “The dead don’t die.

They look on and help.”’Fellow Harry Potter star Rupert Grint also wrote a note, saying: ‘Rob, It was an honour to have known you and whenever I’m on the Southend strip I’ll be thinking of you.

But one of the truest pleasure of being a grown-up is flying in the face of childhood rules, eating ice cream for dinner, playing video games as long as we damn well please, and keep making that face with full conviction it’ll never stay that way, MOM!

It was with this mature hubris that I leapt onto the Swiss Army Man “magical bus tour” yesterday.

Reunited, the two Daniels gamely posed for pictures with a bus full of entertainment reporters buzzed on sugar, burgers, and beers. It seems like this post is a thinly-veiled excuse to brag about how my Monday was infinitely cooler than yours.

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has written an emotional tribute to murdered actor Robert Knox.

Meanwhile if you want to see some actual proper Star Wars action, then The Force Awakens – which had its UK premiere last night – is in cinemas now.

Actor Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the films, was amongst the many co-stars who paid tribute, saying: "Rob, It was an honour to have known you and whenever I'm on the Southend strip I'll be thinking of you.

While I’ll admit the film is not for everyone (you’ll know five minutes in if it’s for you), I loved how different it was from everything else and that even though it’s loaded with juvenile humor, there is a lot going on below the surface.Rest in peace mate." Mr Knox's mother Sally said: "I know that people will look at these and think it's nice because he was so high profile.But to me I treasure it because it was just another example of the way Rob touched lives, another person who met him and liked him.By Dave Mc Nary Toni Collette, Tracy Letts and Sam Trammell (“True Blood”) have joined Daniel Radcliffe in the thriller “Imperium,” which has started shooting in Virginia. By Ben Kenigsberg BFFs in London find their near-lifelong bond tested after one of them is diagnosed with breast cancer, occasioning a roller-coaster of emotions, wrong-things-said and reconciliations.As the title immediately informs us, x Xx: The Return of Xander Cage will give fans the chance to see Vin Diesel blaze into action once more, but rumor has it that he will be accompanied by Ice Cube on his explosive adventures.