“Harry Potter” Star Listens To Metal Now
I’d argue that, compared to the rest of us, he likely doesn’t have the same definition or conception of what metal is, but he claims to be listening to metal to help him prepare for a role.
I betcha he’s listening to Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria, and thinks he’s bad-ass.
Daniel Radcliffe — the “Harry Potter” kid — says that for his new role in the film “Horns,” which isn’t about a kid who throws horns but grows horns, he listened to metal to get in the right mood.
“I’m listening to a lot of metal and allowing that slightly demonic rock ‘n’ roll spirit out,” says Danny. “There’s nothing else like it.”
I’d love to know what he’s been listening to. Love.
I’m not sure why he didn’t namedrop bands in his interview with The Sun, but clearly, that would have been my first follow-up question.
I won’t be seeing “Horns.” Not even when it comes out on Netflix.