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Daniel Radcliffe on the Netflix sports documentary that made him cry ‘three times in 40 minutes’

Daniel Radcliffe has admitted that he cried watching an unexpected Netflix documentary.

The Harry Potter star said that although he rarely cries, he could remember the first movie that made him cry with his girlfriend of 10 years, actress Erin Darke.

“The first movie where my girlfriend remembers me crying (we had been together for a year and a half and she had never seen me cry in any context at that time because it doesn’t happen a lot) was when I saw a documentary called unbeaten about a high school football team in Tennessee,” said Term.

Released in 2011, the Academy Award-nominated documentary follows three young sports stars from disadvantaged backgrounds in inner-city Memphis and the volunteer coach who tries to motivate them.

“I cried three times over three completely different things in the last 40 minutes of the movie,” Radcliffe said. “So that’s a long way of saying that sports movies and sports documentaries in particular make me cry.”

Radcliffe can currently be seen in the biopic. Weirdin which he plays comedy musician “Weird” Al Yankovic.

The former child star’s performance has been praised by critics (you can read the independent‘s review here), as well as Yankovic himself, who said that Radcliffe “absolutely nailed” the role.

In another part of Term interview, Radcliffe said that Weird had been the most fun he had ever had while making a film.

“The fight scene in the restaurant Weird it was just amazing,” he said. “We only had four hours to shoot everything and the stunt team was absolutely incredible.

“I had to jump in and do parts, and when you’re doing that kind of thing and it’s chaos and you’re against the clock, but it’s going really well, that’s very, very exciting.”

The 33-year-old man said that swiss army manin which he had played a zombie, it had also been “incredibly fun” as he had been able to work with everything everywhere The directors of All At Once “the Daniels” (Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan).

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