Daniel Radcliffe Really is Magical

6/16/2014 3:00 PM PDT, by
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Don't you just absolutely adore Daniel Radcliffe and all of his smart, talented, adorable ways? Because in case you hadn't heard, he's the absolute best. He played the role of Harry Potter in "Harry Potter," of course, and he's also just so humble and precious and god, aren't you just painfully in love with him already?

Daniel did a new interview, and he talked about the whole Harry Potter phenomena and how he's been able to move past it, and his drinking issues that he's discussed before. Basically, it's going to make you love him even more than you already do, as if that was even possible.

On his relationship with alcohol:

"I would have benefited from not drinking as it was not making me as happy as I wanted to."

On his career after Harry Potter:

"It is not a real pressure, but it is a pressure of living with the thought, 'Oh, what if all these people are saying I am not going to have a career? What if they are all going to be right and will be laughing and I will be consigned to a bunch of 'Where are they now?' lists?'" 

On his love for Harry Potter:

"People don't shout 'Harry Potter' at me now. They tend to know my name, which is lovely. But I will always credit the opportunities I get to Harry Potter. I would not be a happy person if I was bitter about those ten years of my life." 

How wonderful, right? Don't you just want to hug him forever and watch every single movie he ever does for the rest of his life? Knew it!
Filed Under:  Daniel Radcliffe , Interview

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