‘There’s this idea that Emma, Rupert and myself are the best of friends who always hang out together.’I’m just going to put out there, Emma and I text all the time but Rupert and I never text each other, we never see each other,’ he revealed to the Daily Mirror.
He added: ‘If I see him every six months or so, it’s a friendly “hello, how’s things with you” but that’s about it.’While the news is bound to come as a disappointment to Harry Potter fans, Radcliffe’s comments aren’t that surprising given his recent attempts to distance himself from the franchise which made him famous.
Daniel Wroughton Craig was born on March 2, 1968, in Chester, England.
Craig grew up near Liverpool, and enjoyed going to the theater with his mother and sisters.
Last year Grint was even snapped wearing a t-shirt bearing Radcliffe’s face , supporting his co-star during Daniel’s stint in Broadway musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
But now it appears their perceived closeness is something of a myth, with Radcliffe admitting reports of their off-screen friendship have been exaggerated.
“Whereas Horns is more magical realism, where there’s one really f***ing weird thing happening in an otherwise normal world.” “Sorry,” he adds.
Currently starring as Arthur Kipps in the adaptation of Susan Hill’s The Woman In Black, Radcliffe has recently been cast as gay poet Allen Ginsberg in thriller Kill Your Darlings.
One of the most anticipated movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival also turned out to be among the most divisive.
Craig later described the project as "the first film I did that 'made me.'" That same year, Craig had a small role in the historical drama , adapted from the popular graphic novel of the same name.
Craig played Connor Rooney, the murderous son of a mob boss (Paul Newman).