Did Daniel Radcliffe Own The Toronto International Film Festival?
You'll forgive actor Daniel Radcliffe if he appears a little dazed. It's been a big week for the erstwhile boy wizard, who supported not one, not two, but three projects at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
MTV News' Josh Horowitz caught up with the 24-year-old for a status report before he succumbed to any sort of bewitched sleep.
"I'm feeling fantastic. It's so exciting to be here," Radcliffe said. "I'm tired, I won't lie. To have three films here is not the kind of thing you plan because you can't really make a plan in the film industry, but, like, it's turned out really nicely. It's really convenient. If you can have all your films at the same festival, do."
And, as Radcliffe himself enthused, his Toronto trifecta couldn't be more diverse.
"I think the thing that pleases me most is that they're so different," Radcliffe said. " 'The F Word' is a very, very funny and touching romantic comedy. 'Horns' is this crazy movie about, well, I won't even try and synopsize that one for you. And 'Kill Your Darlings' is obviously one we talked about at Sundance and is slightly better known, is about the story of Allen Ginsberg and the origins of the Beat Generation."
One thing these films do share in common? Let's just say Radcliffe is having a lot more on-screen sex since he's graduated from Hogwarts. (In fact, he even tried to teach our interviewer the fine art of "sex acting." It's a thing.)
Ready to get your fill of Radcliffe? "Kill Your Darlings" opens October 16, while dates for "The F Word" and "Horns" have yet to be announced.