Most people are unaware Radcliffe was very close in securing the role of Mo in this year's remake The Three Stooges. It was a flop. The 23 year old bachelor, who has led the movie franchise to gross over 7 billion dollars, has recently spoken on the topic of his female costar, who portrays Hermione Granger in the series, at a charity function they all attended, the Festival of Carols at Christmas.
There, the trio was to make an appearance and answer a few questions from children who live at a local orphanage. Dinkledorf, pictured above, still believes that he will recieve his Hogwarts admittance letter when he turns 11, saving him from his "miserable orphanage. I am NOT in love with Emma. A man cannot love his sister?!
After an excruciatingly awkward silence not even a casted spell could fix, interviewers switched topics by asking Daniel about his time on Broadway, portraying the lead character, a boy who suffers from a sexual fascination with his horse, in the play Equus. I had to imagine that I was in love with a horse. Long, bushy brown hair… always tangled but somehow manages to fall perfectly in place… And brown eyes too. I liked to think that this horse was exceptionally smart and talented… That this horse had been acting since it was young, handling the pressures of growing up on film, I mean onstage..
Maybe even this girl, I mean horse, could like me back, even though we were only costars. Although the interview was conducted in the morning, it becomes very apparent that it has just become Midnight for Daniel.
Emma uncomfortably crosses her legs. At this point, the interview is forwarded along to the last of the audience questions, in a not so subtle effort to hurry up and finish it.
You know, between Ron and Hermione? Any chance you two run into each other under a mistletoe this year? That part was just acting. Some of the children in the front row are hit with Rupert's blood, while Dan storms off stage, stopping only once, as he passes Emma to let a single tear fall from his face.
He misses being Harry. Reporters eventually caught up with Emma, to hear her take on the incident.