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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Daniel Radcliffe: I'm the boss

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe claims that he "survived" filming Horns because he's "a boss".

The British actor stars in the fantasy horror about a young man who finds himself sprouting mysterious horns after the death of his girlfriend.

The unusual film required the star to do some bizarre things, but Daniel took it all in his stride.

"A few weeks after we finished I woke up one morning thinking, 'What was that? What was that film I just did?'" he laughed to MTV News.

"It's so crazy. I feel like I have less concept of what it's going to be now than when I first started, which is bizarre, but it's very exciting... I got to have burn make-up on, and then I got to come out of the Pacific Ocean after having been burned alive and drowned - and I survived that, because I'm a boss."

Following the end of the Harry Potter franchise, Daniel has some more unusual projects lined up.

The 23-year-old star has confirmed his interest in Max Landis' adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and is also set to play a disfigured man in stage London show The Cripple of Inishmaan.

"My chiropractor is going to be very grateful," he quipped.

Horns has wrapped and hits cinemas later this year.

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