In anticipation of the wonderful and charming romantic comedy "What If," HuffPost Entertainment spoke to Daniel Radcliffe about the way he chooses roles, how he survived child stardom and the few times he's disguised himself as a superhero in order to get away from everyone being so nice to him all the time.
You've chosen a lot of unconventional roles in recent years. What led you to the romantic male lead in "What If"? I was first drawn to Wallace on the second page of the script. There's this scene where he corrects somebody on their pronunciation of a word, something that's horribly annoying to do an...
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