Daniel Radcliffe dropped by BuzzFeed today to join us for the latest BuzzFeed Brews.
When asked about his new rom-com What If, in which he plays a guy who falls for a girl in a relationship, he talked about his issues with the "friend zone."
"Friendzoning is a terrible thing. The idea of a friend zone is like a terrible, male...have you ever heard a girl say she's in the friend zone? It's a thing I think men need to be really careful about using. When they were kicking around titles for What If, before What If was chosen, I think that came up, and I was like, 'No! Don't do that!' Do I think men and women can be friends? Yes, absolutely. Do I think men and women who are sexually attracted to each other can just be friends? Eh, it will probably become an issue at some point whether you deal with it, and talk about it and just move on, but it will always sort of get dealt with eventually...I definitely think the idea of friend zone is just men going, 'This woman won't have sex with me.'"
Watch him talk about his new movie What If and his theories behind male/female friendships here:
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