If Daniel Radcliffe were your boyfriend, there would be a much higher concentration of show tunes in your life. If Daniel Radcliffe were your boyfriend, you would give him so much shit for liking Bulgakov. ” you’d ask, your feet tucked under his thigh as you lounged on the couch together. If Daniel Radcliffe were your boyfriend, he would love that you hate walking in high heels — not just because of , but also because he feels very strongly about messed-up beauty standards and believes in bucking them whenever possible — and the one time his stylist insisted you wear heels to Cannes, you would take them off halfway down the red carpet and Daniel Radcliffe would hold them for you while you went the rest of the way barefoot.
If Daniel Radcliffe were your boyfriend, he’d always want to hold hands.
He inspired my career more than he ever knew and I'll miss him.
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This was due to the strict legislation on how many hours children could work.
So in many of the scenes where we see only the backs of their heads, we probably aren’t looking at the actual actors.
If Daniel Radcliffe were your boyfriend, he would beg you, from the bottom of his heart, never to make Harry Potter spell jokes in bed.
But Alan Rickman has just proven us all wrong with a mind-blowing set secret that will change the way you view Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone forever.
Giving a Bafta talk, Rickman revealed that often Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson were replaced by very small adult actors wearing wigs.
From her seductress dance in The Bling Ring to her very grown-up red carpet fashion to her romantic vacation with boyfriend Matthew Janney, Emma Watson has proven that she has fully shed her witchy robes and become a full-fledged adult. ' I've never felt so confident as I did with short hair — I felt really good in my own skin." "I'm a feminist, but I think that romance has been taken away a bit for my generation.
As a 24-year-old woman, Emma is no longer frizzy-haired Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter films — a role she played for nearly a decade. I think what people connect with in novels is this idea of an overpowering, encompassing love — and it being more important and special than anything and everything else.