Daniel Radcliffe would use his 'Horns' character Ig Perrish's mind-reading capabilities to find out what Justin Bieber's secrets are.
Daniel Radcliffe would use his 'Horns' character Ig Perrish's mind-reading capabilities to find out what Justin Bieber's secrets are.

Daniel Radcliffe wants to know Justin Bieber's secrets

DANIEL Radcliffe wants to find out what Justin Bieber's secrets are.

The 25-year-old actor plays Ig Perrish - who grows horns that can help him read other people's minds - in fantasy thriller 'Horns' and would love to use them on the 'Baby' hitmaker.

When asked who he'd like to use Ig's power on, he told MTV UK: "Maybe Justin Bieber. Just because you hear so much stuff about him that you are just like, 'I want to really know, I want to get to the bottom of this!' And with horns, I would be able to."

Meanwhile, Daniel recently revealed that his girlfriend Erin Darke is a big fan of the horns he wore in the movie.

He recently said: "She loves them. How could you not?

"They're glorious and I hope very attractive."

According to Daniel, things are going "great" between the couple, who met in 2012.

For his part in 'Horns', the 'Harry Potter' star had to film a sex scene with Juno Temple and he revealed that it was easier to film with his co-star because they had gotten to know each other well.

He said: "My previous sex scene was with a man. And also with a man who was not a principal cast member of the film, so I didn't know him that well.

"At least with Juno we had a lot of time to know each other well. I can't imagine shooting one of those scenes with someone you hate. It would be horrible!"



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