Daniel Radcliffe, Horns


Daniel Radcliffe is kinda perfect.

Not only is he cute, but he can also act, sing and dance.

Plus he's super nice—and super funny!

Just ask Juno Temple, one of his costars in Horns, an indie about a young man (Radcliffe) who wakes up one day with horns growing out of his head.

VIDEO: Daniel talks about the final Potter flick

Michael Cera, Juno Temple, Magic Magic

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"There was one take where there was quite a complicated shot and we had to keep redoing it to get the shot right," the British actress told me the other day while promoting the DVD release Magic Magic on Aug. 6. "We had to open with me laughing and Daniel must have told me 20 to 25 jokes. It was insane.

"I didn't know somebody had that many jokes," she said. "It was genius. He's a stand-up comic."

Also very funny, the t-shirt Temple received as a gift from her favorite vintage store to celebrate her role as late porn star Linda Lovelace's best friend in the soon-to-be-released bio-flick Lovelace.

Juno Temple

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"It's bright and yellow and it says in blue writing, 'I made Linda Lovelace gag,'" Temple said. "It's pretty cool. I have it on my wall at home."

In the creeptastic Magic Magic, Temple plays Alicia, a co-ed whose visit with her cousin in South America goes horribly wrong when they take a trip to a remote island. "I thought for a minute there was going to be a mass killing," she said of reading the script for thriller. "I thought Alicia was going to become this crazy serial killer and maybe eat the corpses. But it ended up being so much more nuanced than that."

Next up, Temple could be playing Queen Elizabeth II's sister, Princess Margaret, in Girls Night Out, about the teenage royal siblings sneaking out of Buckingham Place to celebrate V-E Day on May 8, 1945.

Temple, however, did not follow the birth of Prince George. "I'm happy for them, but I'm not really good at following tabloid stuff," she said. "Anyone having a baby is a magic moment in their lives so it's very exciting but no, I'm not a royal fanatic."

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