When asked who he would like to work with, Radcliffe said: “George Clooney… Jennifer Lawrence… I just think they’d be really cool, Paul Rudd, I met him and was like “You’re awesome!” I just want to work with people you can get on with, and you have a good rapport with, and those are definitely some of them.”
Perhaps Katniss Everdeen and Harry Potter could exist in a realm outside fan fiction after all. Radcliffe also said he would like to work with filmmakers including Coen brothers, Wes Anderson, Paul Thomas Anderson and Christopher Nolan.
2. Russell Brand is his new best friend
As part of a conversation about what he enjoys watching on YouTube, Radcliffe revealed: “Normally I immediately distrust actors as soon as they are talking about politics, because I think it’s quite self-serving, but [Brand]’s very sincere, and I really got on with him when I met him.”
3. Alan Rickman was a bit like a real-life Severus Snape…
…as Radcliffe’s intimidating but ultimately kind mentor – Just without the fake allegiance to the Dark Arts. Radcliffe posted: “The first few years I was genuinely quite intimidated by Alan […] but as I grew up, I realised he was one of the kindest and most supportive members of that cast to me.
“Alan has cut short holidays to come and see me in plays, and take me out for dinner afterwards to talk to me about stuff, I think when he realised how serious I was about wanting to be an actor, and he knew what a particular world the Potter set was to grow up in – he just really wanted to help us all and has been very helpful to me, certainly.”
…albeit a practical-joking version of Snape
Writing about pranks pulled on set, Radcliffe disclosed that in the third Harry Potter film: “There’s a shot of all the kids sleeping in the Great Hall, and the camera starts very wide, and comes in so that it’s an inch from my face, a very long developing set. Alan Rickman decided he would plant one of those fart machines in my sleeping bag, and they waited until the camera had come in for this huge DRAMATIC developing shot, and then unleashed this tremendous noise in the great hall.
I immediately thought: ‘This is one of the other kids f—ing around, and we were going to get in trouble.’
But as it turns out, it was one of the members of Britain’s acting royalty.”
Read more at source: Telegraph