Daniel Radcliffe & Zoe Kazan Get Goofy At TIFF

Daniel Radcliffe has three films screening at the Toronto Film Festival – The F Word, Horns, and Kill Your Darlings. ETalk posted a snapshot of Radcliffe with his F Word co-star Zoe Kazan acting goofy on Sunday (September 8).

The caption reads: “Daniel Radcliffe & Zoe Kazan just stopped by our Twitter Mirror! #etalkTIFF13”

According to The Toronto Sun – during his press conference Radcliffe said that the romantic comedy is not far from real life. He noted,  “Love is not fun. It might be for some people. It’s much more fun if you’re enjoying the person’s company that you’re with.”

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Referring to his character in F-Word he added, “This is the first time that I’ve been allowed to let more of my personality show through in a character.”

Asked if he would ever date he replied, “I think that would be weird of me, to do that.”

The 24-year-old star also joked about sleeping with his female friends.

He said, “Can men and women be friends? Absolutely. Do I have female friends? Yes. Have I slept with them all? Not yet!”

Talking about Harry Potter he shared, “It was 10 years and we had a fantastic time.  But it’s really exciting for me to have moved on and to be doing other things. I’m always going to be incredibly proud of it — and I wouldn’t be sitting here talking to you all if there wasn’t Harry Potter. I’m under no illusions about that. But I don’t particularly miss it (except friendships with cast & crew). I’m very happy doing other things now.”

Radcliffe also said he did not plan to have all three films being at TIFF.

“Ultimately, all I can base my decisions on are the scripts that I get and what I love and I respond to. It certainly wasn’t a strategy that they would all be at TIFF. Sometimes, things just work out that way. But I’m very glad they have because they are three such different films. And I’m excited that people will finally get the chance just to see me doing different stuff — absolutely!”

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