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Daniel Radcliffe discusses Harry Potter series, LGBT rights, Twitter, reviews with CBS
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Written by Red   
Friday, 11 March 2011 19:02

CBS Sunday Morning released a couple of teaser clips and quotes from Katie Couric's interview with Daniel Radcliffe, who discussed a variety of projects in his life, including the end of Harry Potter, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and his passion for LGBT rights and The Trevor Project. He also voiced his comments against Twitter and reading reviews about him. The interview clips can be viewed here; quotes are below. The full interview will air on Sunday, March 13th at 9am EST.

In an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric, to be broadcast this week on "Sunday Morning," the "Harry Potter" actor admits, "This is the joke about me that people have on set, is that I'm an old man in a young man's shell."

He says he avoids clubs and parties -"It's horrible. It's just horrendous. Noise. Ridiculous, rubbish."


He also says he avoids Twitter: "I think Twitter is a really strange thing, because there are certain people in the world who are naturally epigrammatic, and can say things very concisely, and very brilliantly, in natural space and time. But I think they are a very small number of people."

On reviews: "If you're going to read the good ones, you have to read the bad ones. And I certainly don't want to read the bad ones."