Daniel Radcliffe for Out

Daniel Radcliffe photographed by Kai Z Feng for Out magazine. 

Here is what the boy wizard had to share with Out.
On fans accepting him playing other roles 
I’ve always said that it’s a long process, and in a way it may be a lifelong one. It’s about proving to people that I’m in this for the long haul, and that I wasn’t just looking to get as famous as I could for as long as I could and ride that out. I love almost every aspect of this industry and I want to be in it, and if I could drop dead on a film set at 80, that’s how I’d want to go.
On his role as gay poet Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings
I thought to myself, this role is about a young man who has played the dutiful son his whole life, and who has only shown the world a certain aspect of his personality, and who, during the course of this movie, finds the strength to show the world so much more than they expect of him -- he becomes a young artist and a rebel. I can see why people are skeptical about me playing Allen Ginsberg. I don’t look like him, and I’m English and middle-class and not from New Jersey. But that’s what I think is so exciting about it, because people have no idea.
On being well liked on set
I’ve got great parents who would never have allowed me to become a cocky, obnoxious shit. The thing I learned, much more than learning about acting, was learning about on-set etiquette. As a lead actor on a film you have a tremendous opportunity to influence the entire process by virtue of the attitude you take toward it every day. If you come in raring to go, ready and energized, nobody else has any excuses.