The actor reminisced his time spent with the late actor, who played Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter films, during an episode of Watch What Happens Live on November 7. Daniel gushed to Andy Cohen, “Robbie was excellent at keeping us entertained.” “Those movies aimed squarely at ten-year-olds were all about keeping them awake and ready for action.”
“he was making jokes and was very funny,” he said. In addition, Daniel recalled a scene from the third film, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, in which Robbie (who died on October 14 at the age of 72 due to organ failure) entertained the children on a rainy day.
The rain was so heavy that the 33-year-old said they stayed for twice as long as planned. “And we did nothing except hang out in Hagrid’s Hut, where he frequently entertained us and the rest of the team with jokes. It was beautiful, and I’m sad he’s gone.”
The Weird: The Al Yankovic Story star, who recently opened up about his experience working with the series’ producer Chris Columbus despite being so young, said that he had seen all eight films in the franchise.
Daniel recounted, “He was like, ‘you guys were all over the place.'” You know what I mean: “And if I could only get a take where one of you didn’t glance into the camera we were moving on.”
YES Daniel Radcliffe is playing it for laughs, but he’s also acting at an absurdist pitch that is — I’ll say it — Oscar-worthy. Because satire this off-the-rails demands SUSTAIN and if that sustain ever wavers? The movie collapses. And Radcliffe NEVER wavers… pic.twitter.com/PpsUxQ4ac0
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) October 30, 2022
Meanwhile, Daniel has been thinking a lot about how he doesn’t want his future children to experience the same kind of celebrity that he did thanks to his roles in those classic films.
Both Evan Rachel Wood and I, who became famous as children’s actors, said as much in an interview with Newsweek on October 24. “In fact, we’re still being so transparent; it was fun. The fact remains, though; I wouldn’t raise my child in the spotlight.”
If and when he has children, he said, “I would love for them to be around film sets.” “To go into a movie set and think, “God, you know, I’d love to work in the art department” would be a dream come true. I’d give anything to have a role on the crew. There’s a piece of this, but none of that.”
This article tells how Daniel Radcliffe Remembers “Amazing” Harry Potter Co-Star Robbie Coltrane’s Favorite Memory, he says “he was making jokes and was very funny,”.
Daniel recounted, “He was like, ‘you guys were all over the place.'” You know what I mean: “And if I could only get a take where one of you didn’t glance in the camera we were moving on.”
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