My conversation with Daniel Radcliffe was so wide-ranging that we had to leave out some really fun stuff. Here's the best.
1. His love of 1950s musical satirist Tom Lehrer
"Tom Lehrer is sort of the original cool nerd. Like, now being nerdy is quite a cool thing to say you are, but it wasn't then, and he definitely was. The repartee with the audience about necrophilia [after the song I Hold Your Hand In Mine] - that's a necrophilia joke in the 1950s! I said to him [at their recent meeting], ‘You know, you were the first person who ever made me realize that being smart could go hand-in-hand with being funny,' like they were a part of each other. He sort of gave me permission to be."
2. How Gary Oldman gave him perspective
"He told me once that I had ‘fuck-you money.' We had a conversation once, just about careers and all that, and he said [slipping briefly into Oldman's accent], ‘You have fuck-you money. So use it.' It just means you get to make the kind of career for yourself that you want. Like, all my friends - you get an audition, it doesn't matter what the script's like. You're going in for it. And if you get it, you do it. And to be able to say no, to have some control over where my career is going - yeah, it's amazing."
3. How Zoe Kazan's role in The F Word is the harder one
"I have a much easier job than Zoe on this film! I'm not doing anything terrible; I'm not doing anything that could even be considered a little bit dodgy. I'm hanging out with a girl and I'm absolutely lying to myself about the fact that I'm falling in love with her and I'm denying that to myself... but Zoe had to show [her character's] dilemma between me and [her boyfriend] Ben, especially because Ben is not the usual romantic-comedy douchebag boyfriend. He's a really good dude and treats her very well."
4. The importance of the internet in his life
"There's an instructional video on how to do anything you want on YouTube. Like, I got stuck on a game once, on some level, and just typed it into YouTube, and literally someone was there, and I could watch the whole level be played through. I was like, ‘Ah, brilliant! Thank you! Someone's done this for me.' That's what I like about Google: someone's always asked the question before you get there. I like typing it in - when you think you've got a really weird question and you start typing and the rest of it comes up? You think, ‘Ah, I'm not the first one to ask this.'"
5.The insane scale of his fame
"Fame's weird and silly, and you just have to laugh at it whenever you can. Because it's ridiculous."