By Jessica Wedemeyer
We're not sure how it happened so quickly, but under our very noses, the Boy Wizard became a full-grown man. Daniel Radcliffe -- whose latest step in the path to breaking away from his "Harry Potter" alter ego is his romantic comedy debut, "What If" -- turned 25 in late July. In the lead up to the film's Aug. 8 release, the former child star chatted with Wonderwall about being too boring for the paparazzi, why his birthday is always kind of a bummer, his go-to romantic gesture, those horrible hair extensions and more. Keep reading for the highlights.
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Daniel Radcliffe on being too boring for the paparazzi:
"Going to a club filled with celebrities and with paparazzi hanging out outside is not my idea of fun. I wouldn't be able to have a good evening knowing that there are a lot of people waiting to take photos outside. So I guess I'm kinda selective about where I go. But other than that, there is no secret to [staying off the radar]. Sometimes paparazzi find out where you are or take pictures, but on the whole, generally I live sort of too low-key a life for them to be particularly interested in me -- which is great!"
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