What If Junket Interviews: Round-Up
In six new video interviews with Daniel Radcliffe, we hear more about what makes What If such a unique film compared to other romantic comedies, and even catch some behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the movie.
Speaking with FilmBeat at the London premiere, Dan called What If an “incredibly happy film” and praised the script for its realistic dialogue:
Some behind the scenes footage is included in this sit-down interview with Made in Hollywood. Dan also mentions the one thing that really bugs him about sitcoms like Friends and Frasier:
To Cinema Tradicional, Dan comments on the ‘fantastic grounding’ being friends adds to a relationship and how What If explores the traditional romantic montage:
A cute watch with Movie News explores the change of page the film has offered Dan, as well as what makes him ‘swipe right’ more-so on independent movies:
Dan also opens up to Ventaneando on the ‘guiding principles’ which Harry Potter offered, and how he’d be lost without the film industry:
Lastly, Magic talks to Dan about the benefits of not Googling himself and the unique position of being an actor:
ICYMI: Our post about Tuesday’s London premiere featuring the gallery (200+ pics!) and more interviews is available here.