Daniel Radcliffe is taking on the role of Sam Houser, aka one of the guys who created Grand Theft Auto, in a new TV movie from the BBC. When the wildly controversial game was released in 1997, it sparked an outcry that the game industry was promoting violence. No matter what side you stand on when it comes to the issue, this looks like a fascinating retelling of the true story. Plus, how can you resist Radcliffe going head to head with Bill Paxton, as a lawyer trying to shut down production on the game. The movie is premiering in the U.K. on Sept. 15, but there are no plans for a US release set. Let's hope for it to pop up on Netflix in the coming months!
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