Last Night on Colbert, Daniel Radcliffe Challenged Elijah Wood To a Fight
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Last Night on Colbert, Daniel Radcliffe Challenged Elijah Wood To a Fight

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | October 3, 2013 | Comments ()


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Daniel Radcliffe was on The Colbert Report last night, plugging his his movie, Kill Your Darlings, in which he plays Allen Ginsberg (the likeness is uncanny! Oh, wait, no it’s not). It was one of those terrific interviews where Colbert is on fire, Radcliffe is at his dapper, self-deprecating best, and there’s so much charm in the room that it almost makes you want to see a movie about beatniks. The interview starts out hilariously (Colbert admits to stalking Radcliffe, and Radcliffe gives his permission to continue), and crescendoes into Radcliffe talking about the inspiration for his American accent, then Stephen Colbert doing an impression of an English person’s American accent, and culminates in Daniel Radcliffe challenging fellow extremely short person, Elijah Wood, to a fight.

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