Daniel Radcliffe on 2 Dope Queens with Fantastic Beasts’ Jessica Williams


Both the Harry Potter franchise and Fantastic Beasts franchise came together as one when Daniel Radcliffe appeared on 2 Dope Queens with Jessica Williams.

We always knew that the world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts would crossover with one another when Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was launched. However, I don’t think anyone ever predicted it would crossover in the form of Daniel Radcliffe appearing on HBO’s 2 Dope Queens alongside Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams.

With both Daniel Radcliffe and Jessica Williams connected to the Wizarding World. Radcliffe as The Boy Who Lived in Harry Potter and Jessica Williams as Professor Eulalie Hicks in Fantastic Beasts. It wasn’t surprising the episode of 2 Dope Queens, with Radcliffe guest starring, featured an element of magic to it.

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During the episode, which showcased some unique and energetic wandwork, Radcliffe asked if Williams was using the wand that she will be using in Fantastic Beasts. It turns out it is not, explaining that she is currently designing her wand for her character.

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A fact that made Radcliffe a little bit jealous. It sounds as though he didn’t get the chance to design his own wand when appearing in Harry Potter. Although he does admit, the fact that he was 11 might have had something to do with that decision.

"You get to design your own? Wow, things have really changed. Although, to be fair, you wouldn’t ask an 11-year-old kid. They wouldn’t have asked me, ‘What do you want?’ And I would’ve been like, ‘Flames down the side!’ No. That would not have been good."

I bet he has one at home with flames down the side of it which he made himself.

Check out a clip of the episode just below.

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