Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe has opened up about having to use a fake penis on camera for a exposing urination scene in gritty film Guns Akimbo, admitting the prosthetic wasn't very good. Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe has opened up about using a dodgy prosthetic while filming for gritty film Guns Akimbo. The actor, admits that while the film contains a full frontal scene of him urinating, it wasn't actually manhood on show. In newly unearthed quotes, Daniel said: "I think if I'm correct you do not see any balls.
Daniel Radcliffe talks urinating on camera in awkward 'full-frontal' scene
Daniel Radcliffe talks urinating on camera in awkward 'full-frontal' scene - Daily Star
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Posted on Friday, July 1st, by Ethan Anderton. This was actually teased in the featurette released earlier this week about the creation of the dummy body used in the movie. Find out all about the magical appendage after the jump. Surely everyone has use for a penis controlled by a joystick, right? That just has to be something that technology will make possible down the road for our own personal, pleasure needs.
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