KYD press conference) but are released now.
Update: 22nd August 2014. Photos and interview are released. I did post another on Facebook.
On immersing himself in the F Word romantic comedy “It’s the freshest thing I’ve ever done,” Radcliffe said. “There is no scene where my character has a breakdown. It’s all about collaboration and playing around and having fun.”
On the wordplay in the movie “I was always scared that it was too much dialogue and it would be too wordy and all that,” he said. “But it’s very cinematic, and captures [Toronto] well, and that was important to me.”
On the camaraderie of the cast “It’s a really good group. We all got on very well and it let us play around with a lot of scenes.”
On improvising dialogue “I’m still learning but I love it,” he said. “I know I have a weird sense of humour, but I have to trust that they will use the best bits.”
On the F Word skinny-dipping sequence filmed on a Toronto shore of Lake Ontario “It was a cold and long night, but everybody was committed, and it was an unsettling amount of fun.”
On his lingering Harry Potter fame “It’s actually more intense,” Radcliffe said. “This is me guessing, but I think as I grow up with the fans they recognize me as a real person and approach me that way, and they’ve always been very nice and very gracious.”
On the Halloween release of Horns, shot in British Columbia (Based on Joe Hill’s bestselling fantasy novel, the dark tale has Radcliffe playing the horns-sprouting Ig Perrish, who desperately tries to track down his girlfriend’s killer.) “I said to myself, ‘I have to do one big prosthetics movie,’ ” he said smiling. “And this is it.”
picture source: Peter J. Thompson