Daniel Radcliffe dressed up as Spider-Man so he didn't cause mayhem with fans at San Diego Comic-Con.
Daniel Radcliffe dressed up as Spider-Man so he could explore San Diego Comic-Con undetected.
The 25-year-old actor is promoting his new movie 'Horns' at the annual gathering and since it was his first time there he came up with a novel way of exploring his surroundings without causing a fan frenzy.
Daniel told MTV News: ''You don't go to Comic-Con without going down on the floor and seeing it all. And the way I came up with doing it was Spider-Man.'
Explaining his reasons for choosing that particular comic book character, he said: ''It's a great superhero and covers the face, so it was perfect.''
Daniel also revealed that he has been working hard to move on from 'Harry Potter' although he acknowledged that some people will never see him as anything other than the famous fictional wizard.
He said: ''There may have been, and I'm sure there still are, a lot of people who just see me as Harry, but it only takes one director to not. And I've been lucky so far in that I've had four or five directors who have taken a chance on me and wanted to see me do something different.''
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