Daniel Radcliffe's Director Describes Just How Committed He Is to Sex Scenes
Daniel Radcliffe was very committed to his sexual scenes in 2013′s Kill Your Darlings, this according to the film’s director John Krokidas.
“Allen Ginsberg was one of the most renowned gay artists of the 20th century, and I felt that not including his sexuality as part of the story would be a crime…[He had] no issue doing the scene whatsoever,” John told Vulture. “His only question was, ‘Just so I know, how naked do you want me to be — movie-naked or Equus-naked?’ I said, ‘I hate when people block sex scenes in order to play hide-the-genitalia — that feels so forced. So let’s just block it, and if it falls into frame, we’ll shoot it.”
“But then I remember going, ‘Oh s***: You’re British, and Allen Ginsberg is one of the most famous Jews of the 20th century. On second thought, I don’t think we’re going to go Equus-naked.’ And Dan said, ‘John, my mother’s Jewish, and I’m circumcised. Play the scene any way you want.’ God bless Daniel Radcliffe — he commits to all of his actions,” John added in a humorous anecdote.
Also pictured inside: Daniel heading to the gym on Sunday (December 11) in Savannah, Ga.