Daniel Radcliffe doesn't believe in ghosts.
I'm not a believer in ghosts so I find it very unlikely that I'll ever see one.
The 22-year-old actor - who stars in new supernatural thriller 'Woman in Black' - doesn't believe he will ever share the experiences depicted in the movie because he doubts the existence of supernatural beings.
He said: "I'm not a believer in ghosts so I find it very unlikely that I'll ever see one."
While Daniel found shooting his new movie to be a relaxing appearance, he admitted he was occasionally "frightened" when he caught a glimpse of co-star Liz White, who plays the titular ghoul.
Speaking at the world premiere of 'The Woman in Black' at the Royal Festival Hall on Tuesday night (24.01.12), he told BANG Showbiz: "Other than being occasionally scared by Liz White who would just sort of sit around in the Woman in Black outfit - I'd just sort of catch a glimpse of her sort of half made up, that was kind of a bit frightening - it was quite a relaxed shoot, actually."
Daniel - who shot to fame playing the title character in the 'Harry Potter' franchise when he was just 11 years old - recently admitted he sometimes thinks he is a "fraud" and worries about his acting ability.
He said: "Sometimes I really feel like I'm getting the hang of it, because I never really had a process. My process was mainly that I hit my marks and I said my lines. So I'm kind of trying to find a process that allows me to find a sure fire way into a character, if it doesn't come easily.
"I'm working on that. And there are some days when I feel like, 'Yeah, God, I'm actually learning something, this is great!' And there are some days when I go, 'Oh God, I'm never going to feel good at this. I'm never going to feel like I'm not a fraud.' "