Daniel Radcliffe sat, or walked rather, with ET Canada's Rick Campanelli, dishing on his new movie and revealing his real-life role as the shoulder to cry on for friends having relationship problems.
VIDEO: First ET Interview -- Daniel Radcliffe
"I'm very good at giving advice that I don't follow myself," said Radcliffe, whose character in The F Word, out soon, could use some advising.
The independent romantic comedy is the story of two friends -- Wallace (Radcliffe) and Chantry (Zoe Kazan) -- who develop romantic feelings for one another. The only problem is that Chantry happens to be married.
The Harry Potter star considers the movie a "refreshing change," saying, "This is the first time that I've done something contemporary ... It's nice to be in normal clothes and saying words that I might say."
Watch the video for more of Radcliffe's interview as well as behind-the-scenes looks at the film now shooting in Toronto.