Daniel RadcliffeDoes Harry Potter ever take a break? After he proved he was more than just a magician from Hogwarts in 2012's much lauded Woman In Black, Radcliffe racked up a triple-double with a host of genre-spanning films. His most unusual flick for 2013 was Horns, which found his character sprouting forehead protuberances in the wake of his girlfriend's death. The year also found his starring alongside Ruby Sparks in the romantic drama, The F Word, and playing gay novelist Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings.
You can hold your breath for that Harry Potter reunion, as 2014 will continue to be a diversifying year for the former child star.