The Woman in Black, the British specter that scared up $120 million worldwide this past winter, is set to return in a follow-up to the surprise horror hit, but the leading man, Daniel Radcliffe, probably won't be around for a second encounter. Hammer, Alliance Films and Cross Creek Pictures, along with Susan Hill, the author of "The Woman in Black" novel, have announced a follow-up called "Angels of Death." The proposed story will take place 40 years after the first film starring Radcliffe, reports the Hollywood Reporter.


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