Daniel Radcliffe’s wants to write a movie

The ‘Swiss Army Man’ star is keen to pen a movie of his own and is working on a couple of projects.

A screengrab of Daniel Radcliffe from the ‘Swiss Army Man’ trailer. Picture: YouTube.

LONDON - Daniel Radcliffe is "trying" to write a film as he admits it's what every actor wants to do.

When asked if he wants to write a film, Daniel told the _Guardian _newspaper, "I'm trying to, but isn't every actor? I'm doing one thing on my own, which needs a lot of work. I'm also writing a really weird comedy with a couple of friends. We've just realised that we've written the most expensive film ever made."

In Swiss Army Man, Daniel portrays a flatulent corpse opposite Paul Dano as a suicidal man and he admits it's hard that the only thing people want to talk about is his gassy character.

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Speaking about appearing on TV shows to discuss it, he said, "You've only got three minutes to talk. You can't give an accurate impression of Swiss Army Man in three minutes. And people fixate on the farting, which makes you want to go: 'Yeah, but it's also really beautiful and weird, and there's nothing else like it.'

However, it admits he doesn't really break wind himself in public.

When asked about the loudest fart he'd ever done, he replied, "Oh, God. In real life? I don't know. There's obviously not been a moment that was embarrassing enough to lodge permanently in my memory."

The Harry Potter star recently admitted that the movie started as joke but turned into something else.

He revealed, "It started as a joke. The directors said, 'Wouldn't it be funny if someone used a dead body as a fart-powered jet ski?' And they started writing around that.

"They make it utterly beautiful and more poignant than it has a right to be."