He's been immersed in promotions for his new movie "The Woman In Black," but Daniel Radcliffe made time to tend to cover duties for the March 2012 issue of Attitude.
The "Harry Potter" star was his typical vocal self, as he offered up a candid interview while calling for gay marriage, better education in schools and equality.
Highlights from Radcliffe's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to check out Attitude!
On being an energetic child:
"I don't think there's been a time in my life when I haven't gone up the stairs two at a time. I run everywhere. I didn't sleep a full night until I was about eight. If there was a sack race at school I's practice with a pillowcase on the stairs. It's why my parents didn't have any more kids. I was enough, a handful. I was very sweet, polite and loved the company of adults from a young age, but all my school reports said the same thing: 'Dan's lovely, but he's crap at the work and he talks too much."
On whether he ever wanted to end 'Harry Potter' prematurely:
"Not really. Even in the darkest moments of my teenage years there was never a time when I thought, 'I wish I'd never done this'. Okay, maybe once. Around the sixth film we found out my parents were being followed by a private investigator. That was a hard time and I thought, 'This wouldn't be happening if I wasn't who I was'. But other than that, no: it's given me everything, every opportunity I will ever get."
On whether he's ever had sex with, kissed or fancied another guy:
"No. I can quite happily say someone is handsome, good looking and I can see why someone would want to f*** them, but I've never felt that way about a man myself. There is that moment in your late teens when you ask yourself the question, 'Am I?' But I wasn't."
On a guy he's had a crush on:
"Well, this year I have a talent crush on Ryan Gosling. I think he's fantastic and you know he'd be nice afterwards. He seems smart. If I was gay I would go for a smart man."