Daniel Radcliffe gushes over 'Stranger Things' kids | Inquirer Entertainment

Daniel Radcliffe gushes over ‘Stranger Things’ kids

/ 01:32 PM September 26, 2016

Hollywood celebrities, just like everyone else, can be fans of other celebrities, too.

In a BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show interview last Wednesday, Harry Potter alumnus Daniel Radcliffe gushed like a “crazy fan” upon hearing that the bubbly and adorable trio from “Stranger Things” would be guesting on the radio show the following day.

“Oh my God…Okay, can you, like, just tell them that I think they’re amazing and also just say, like, that as a person who started out acting really young, how are they so good?” he laughed. “I wasn’t that good when I was a kid. Have the decency to be less good at acting, please, when you’re so young,” he said, according to an Entertainment Weekly report.


In an amusing coincidence, child stars Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin declared their delight in knowing Radcliffe was one among the many stars who adored them.


“He says, ‘I wasn’t that good when I was younger,’—he was Harry Potter,” Brown emphasized. “Let’s just review…I think he was doing pretty fine.”

Listen to the voice clip below:

Meanwhile, in an interview with Digital Spy last week, Radcliffe admitted that he was interested in doing a stint for the HBO series “Game of Thrones.”

When asked if he wanted to appear in the series, he replied, “I would love to. If they want to just bring me in and f*cking kill me, I would be so happy to do that.”  Gianna Francesca Catolico


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TAGS: “Stranger Things”, Caleb McLaughlin, Daniel Radcliffe, Gaten Matarazzo, Harry Potter, Millie Bobby Brown

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