Daniel Radcliffe: ‘I can’t get enough of going nude on film’

Joseph McCormick August 9, 2014
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Daniel Radcliffe has joked that he “can’t get enough” of going nude on film.

Discussing his performance as gay poet Allen Ginsberg in ‘Kill Your Darlings’, and going nude in stage play ‘Equus’, Radcliffe made the comments at the screening of his new film ‘What If’.

“I can’t get enough of it!” he joked at the IvyConnect screening.

“It’s not something that I’m trying to achieve. It’s something that I don’t have a problem with. I did the play where I got naked when I was 17, once you do that you don’t really care. It immunes you to any inhibitions. Again, not something I seek out but never something I’m going to shy away from.”

He also joked that he ran out of room whilst trying to write a message on his bare bum whilst filming naked swimming scenes with co-star Zoe Kazan.

The actor recently told OUT magazine that he is a big American football fan, commenting on out NFL player Michael Sam and his career, and saying anyone who had a problem with Sam kissing his boyfriend on screen can’t say they are not anti-gay.

Last year he said in an interview that he has been told gay sex “is really f*cking painful”, especially for the first time.


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