Daniel Radcliffe, ‘Woman in Black’ honored at First Annual 2012 Fright Night Awards

Daniel Radcliffe and his bone chilling thriller Woman in Black were nominated, and won, at the First Annual 2012 Fright Night Awards last night! The Fright Night Awards is a virtual awards show held exclusively online in which fans from all over the world can vote for their favorite stars in categories such as movies, television, celebrity costumes, and more!

The awards show is funded by CancerBites, a “national blood cancer awareness and education campaign launching on Halloween. CancerBites has enlisted the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) and the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) to help fuel its mission. As the nation’s leading blood cancer patient advocacy organizations, LLS, LRF and MMRF will play an integral role in the campaign at every level: funding research to find effective new treatments and cures; connecting patients and their families to free educational information; and providing support services for patients at every stage of their cancer journey. The awareness campaign will encourage the public to support their efforts to beat cancer.”

Dan won the award for Favorite Actor in a Horror Film for his role in Woman in Black, which won the award for Favorite Scare Movie of the Year. You can see a full list of winners at the Fright Night Awards website.

How did you feel about Woman in Black? Did you think that it was the scariest movie of 2012?

Kat Miller

I am a 40-something Ravenclaw/Slytherin from Massachusetts. I've been lucky in life and can attribute a lot of that to Harry Potter. Without it, I wouldn't have at least 80% of the things I do today, including my career & closest friends. I truly despise Sirius Black.