Daniel Radcliffe ‘wrecked’ by strenuous TV drama workout sceneNovember 14th, 2007 - 8:16 am ICT by admin
Radcliffe, who plays the role of Rudyard Kipling’s son Jack in the series, admitted that he couldn’t deal with the strenuous workouts required in the sequence.
“The only time I struggled was on one particular scene where we all had to do press-ups and Jack, as the leader of his platoon, has to do the most while everyone falls down around him,” Contactmusic quoted Radcliffe, as saying.
“It meant that some people would do two press-ups in a take and then fall down, some would maybe get up to 10… but I had to do about 20 each take!
“I know that doesn’t sound like a lot, but after 10 or so takes your arms are absolutely wrecked,” he added.
‘My Boy Jack’ is a 1997 play by English actor David Haig. It tells the story of Rudyard Kipling, and his grief for his son, Jack, who died in World War I (ANI)