UPDATE: We also caught up with Radcliffe at the LA junket, and have included that video below as well.
Ever since finishing up his time at Hogwarts, Daniel Radcliffe has gone on to make some very interesting career choices. From the bold and daring role of Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings, to strong horror efforts like Horns and The Woman In Black, the young British actor is continuing to distance himself from the franchise that made him a household name.
Radcliffe’s newest film is The F Word (or, What If as it’s known in the US), a romantic comedy that asks the all important question of whether or not men and women can ever just be friends. It stars Radcliffe alongside Zoe Kazan, who play Wallace and Chantry, respectively. Wallace is burned out after a particularly bad relationship and starts to find hope again when he meets Chantry, as the two form an instant bond. There’s just one problem, however: Chantry is living with her longtime boyfriend.
Last week in Toronto, while Radcliffe was promoting his new film, I landed an exclusive interview with him. Among other things, we talked about if he had any real life experiences that he was able to draw on for the role, how he formed such great chemistry with Zoe, if he’ll ever return to the world of Harry Potter, and much more!
Check it all out in the video above and be sure to catch The F Word (aka What If) when it hits theatres this Friday in the US and on August 22nd in Canada!