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As the world's most famous boy wizard becomes a man — and a more accomplished actor, too, branching out from the "Potter" films to Muggle roles onstage in "Equus" and in the forthcoming movie "December Boys" — he's shepherding his signature character into manhood as well.
And Harry feels like he was the driver and Cedric was taken along with him, so there's a huge amount of pain and guilt.I often wonder, if Harry hadn't been related to James, would Sirius actually give Harry the time of day? Radcliffe: The kiss, a lot of people want to know about the kiss, which is understandable. Harry is this iconic figure of sorts of his generation, and people want to know how that's gone.And I don't think he would have, which shows how sad this has the potential to be as a story. I mean, she's crying when you kiss her (see " 'Phoenix' Trailer Reveals A Harry Potter Who's Ready To Fight — And Kiss"). Radcliffe: [To publicist sitting nearby] Vanessa, timing? Radcliffe: We've been timing how long it took for people to ask about the kiss. Radcliffe: No, I didn't bring it up, I said it in passing! [He grimaces.] I know you don't care, but I'll tell you anyway. We did it a number of times, and Katie [Leung, who plays Cho] and I were very nervous at first, but we quickly got over that and started to enjoy it by the fifth take.Before Ginny, Harry Potter didn’t have much luck with love.Nearly showing up to the Yule Ball dateless, talk about social suicide!Think about it: There are seven books, seven Horcruxes (possibly), and now, for Daniel Radcliffe, seven years of playing the Boy Who Lived.
Though the rest of the wizarding world has been eagerly awaiting this seventh month because it brings the fifth movie in the "Potter" saga (see " 'Harry Potter' Set Visit: Go Inside The Ministry Of Magic In This Peek Behind The Scenes"), as well as the final book of the series (see " 'Harry Potter' Roundtable: Experts Battle Over Theories On How Series Will End"), Radcliffe has another magical date marked on his calendar — his 18th birthday on July 23.I'm less inhibited now, so I can look at it with more excitement than trepidation. MTV: Didn't you say before you wanted to beat him up already?MTV: Do you have theories about what will happen in "Deathly Hallows"? Rowling would have gone down that route, possibly not — possibly he is pure evil — which we'll find out in less than a month, actually. Rowling would read all the scripts, and if she said that you have to have something in, that it's vital, well, she would tell us. Radcliffe: No, I said I would break his legs, that's totally different.He's becoming aware that there are bad people in the wizard world that aren't Voldemort, in a less obvious, more insidious way, like [Minister of Magic] Cornelius Fudge and [Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher Delores] Umbridge.That's what the films are about for me: a loss of innocence, going from being a young kid in awe of the world around him, to someone who is more battle-hardened by the end of it. Radcliffe: Toward the end of the film, there is a massive fight sequence, but his fight is a more silent, underground fight this time.But with Cedric [who dies at the end of "Goblet of Fire"], he's encountered that happening, and he's got a terrible survivor's guilt.