'Harry Potter' Star Daniel Radcliffe Calls Robert Pattinson A 'Sex Symbol!'

Sun, July 17, 2011 1:36pm EDT by 33 Comments

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Really

Posted at 3:04 PM on July 18, 2011  

Um I’ve read all the interviews lately and the only time Radcliffe mentions Pattinson is to say he’s more of a sex symbol. I think you and your readers are just implying Radcliffe is talking about Pattinson when he says things like actors shouldn’t be singers. Until I read it here, I had no idea Robert Pattinson sang. Never. Heard. It. Ever. I’m sure Daniel Radcliffe had no idea either (not that I can speak from experience of his knowledge). I seriously doubt Daniel Radcliffe gives a flying fart about what Twilight fans think of him. As a matter of fact I’ve read several articles where he flatly states that he doesn’t read stuff like this about anyone so there’s no way his comments could have been malicious.

Daniel Radcliffe has been saying for years to everyone who’ll listen that he doesn’t see himself as a sex symbol and that he thinks Robert Pattinson is one. To say he’s backpedaling from an article posted a month ago is ridiculous.

As far as Twilight’s fanbase being more sexual than Potters, that’s a given. There’s a difference between 100+ year old vampires and teenage school children. There are child pornography laws in just about every country. Sure, teenagers have sex, but they don’t do it on a movie screen for a story about kids growing up at boarding school. Potter isn’t Lolita.

I think these articles are juvenile and the writer should seriously consider talking to a grown up before putting them up on a website.

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