Daniel Radcliffe Reacts To Alan Rickman’s Unfiltered Diary Entries

Radcliffe was requested Tuesday on “Watch What Occurs Reside” with Andy Cohen how he felt about Rickman’s unfiltered diary, through which Rickman wrote: “I nonetheless don’t suppose [Radcliffe] is de facto an actor however he’ll undoubtedly direct/produce,” per The Guardian, which printed excerpts.

“I might like to, positively directing,” Radcliffe told Cohen. “Producing looks like all of the exhausting elements of the business with none of the enjoyable. So I don’t actually have an curiosity in doing that. However yeah, I might like to. And all of the stuff Alan wrote was very pretty and nostalgic studying.”

“His feedback about us being, like, ‘These youngsters have to study their traces, it’s sort of a nightmare proper now.’ All of that stuff via to us assembly after I was over right here doing a play and we met, yeah, it was very candy to learn all of that,” mentioned Radcliffe, who started his Harry Potter profession when he was 12.

Radcliffe’s emotions towards Rickman appeared unchanged since his 2016 demise.

“As an actor he was one of many first adults on Potter to deal with me like a peer reasonably than a toddler,” Radcliffe wrote on social media after Rickman died, per The Washington Post. “Working with him at such a formative age was extremely essential, and I’ll carry the teachings he taught me for the remainder of my life and profession.”

Radcliffe concluded: “Movie units and theatre levels are all far poorer for the lack of this nice actor and man.”

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