‘Harry Potter’: Daniel Radcliffe admits he didn’t befriend an actor



For fans of the “Harry Potter” saga, one of the coolest aspects is that most of the actors have kept their friendship off the screen, like the trio of protagonists played by Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint.

Even Tom Felton, interpreter of Draco Malfoy, continues to keep in touch with his colleagues.

However, Daniel Radcliffe appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show and said he does not have a close relationship with Robert Pattinson, Cedric Diggory.

The stars acted together in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” and it seems like one movie wasn’t enough to bond them together.

“I would say our relationship is quite strange. I remember when I went to New York to do my play Equus, and I was on the Westside Highway and I turned around and saw a “Twilight” billboard and I thought, “Shit , I know this guy! I hadn’t heard of the books at the time; and was totally out of this phenomenon. So it’s a little weird. Robert and I are not close, we have a very strange relationship now because we only communicate through the media.

Despite this, he said he considered Pattinson a great person.

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“We have crossed paths for years. And everyone thinks we’re good friends, but I’ve met him, I’ve worked with him and that’s it. But I think he’s a lovely guy.

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Speaking of the franchise, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” celebrated 20 years since its first theatrical appearance in November and, to celebrate, Warner Bros. Pictures and HBO Max have given fans of the saga exclusive sessions of the film for the first time in 3D in theaters.

The action took place last Sunday, November 21, and the feature-length film topped the charts for most viewed films on Sunday, taking over 325,000 viewers to theaters across Brazil to relive the magic of the Harry Potter universe.

The film has screened in more than 900 theaters across the country, with a box office of over 6.6 million reais.

To give you an idea of ​​its success, the film won almost twice as much as the other big premiere of the week, ‘Ghostbusters: Mais Além‘ – which debuted in third place with BRL 3.1million.

The first place at the box office went to “Eternos”, which grossed R $ 7 million.

Discover the TOP 10, according to FilmeB:

Film income (BRL) 1 Eternal 7,073,000 2 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone 6,600,000 3 Ghostbusters – Beyond 3 110,000 4 Venom – Time of Carnage 783,000 5 The Addams Family 2 – Walking on the road 728,000 6 Marighella 715,000 7 Last Night in Soho 446,000 8 Dune 275,000 9 La Chronique française 250,000 10 God is not dead – The next chapter 207,000

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