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- Daniel Radcliffe and Sandra Bullock star in ‘The Lost City’.
- The couple were asked to share their first experiences on the red carpet in an interview for the film.
- They described stress as “sweat” and a strong “pee factor”.
Daniel Radcliffe and Sandra Bullock shared their first red carpet appearance in a new interview with PopSugar.
“I remember feeling like I had to pee,” Radcliffe recalled. “There’s always a pee factor,” Bullock added.
“I remember being really unhappy,” said Radcliffe, who became an instant child star after being cast in the first film adaptation of the “Harry Potter” series.
He was only 11 when he first took on the role of the boy wizard and went on to star in each of the eight fantasy films in the series, becoming a household name in the process.
“The first premiere I ever went to was just terrifying,” he continued. “It’s really terrifying,” Bullock agreed.
Although Bullock was older than Radcliffe when she came on the scene, she starred in a series of high profile films that attracted a lot of media attention throughout her career, which was stressful for her as a newcomer.
She recalled “the judgment and looks like they haven’t done what they want you to do” and “answering a question the wrong way,” which caused “sweating, a lot of shvitzing.”
“I remember my whole body shaking,” Radcliffe said.
“For a child, it’s traumatizing,” Bullock said.
“The Lost City” is now in theaters.